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Election Commission wants <strong>electoral</strong> rolls to be error free: CEC

Election Commission wants electoral rolls to be error free: CEC

24 May 2015

New Delhi: Seeking to check multiple entries in electoral rolls and to make them error-free, the Election Commission has embarked on an ambitious project to link Aadhar numbers with voters' electoral data.

Election Commission,   CEC,   Aadhar numbers,   Chief Election Commissioner,   Nasim Zaidi,   Aadhar card,   ,  
'India Inc expects more <strong>reforms</strong> in major areas from Modi government'

'India Inc expects more reforms in major areas from Modi government'

24 May 2015

New Delhi: As the Modi government completes one year in office, India Inc expects major initiatives in the next two quarters along with forward movement in key sectors like road, power, coal, non-renewable energy, mainly led by public sector investment, industry body Assocham said on Sunday.

India Inc,   Modi Government,   Assocham,   Rana Kapoor,   Jan Dhan Yojana,   GST Bill,   Monetisation of Gold,   Latest Business News ,  
No consensus among parties on disclosure of donations: Election Commission

No consensus among parties on disclosure of donations: Election Commission

17 Apr 2015

New Delhi: Political parties have failed to arrive at an agreement on a Law Commission recommendation making it mandatory to disclose donations less than Rs 20,000 if the total amount exceeds Rs 20 crore.

Consensus,   Political Parties,   Disclosure of donations,   Election Commission,   Law Commission recommendation,   Electoral reforms,  
India Inc expects more <strong>reforms</strong> in major areas from Modi government: Assocham

India Inc expects more reforms in major areas from Modi government: Assocham

24 May 2015

New Delhi: As the Modi government completes one year in office, India Inc expects major initiatives in the next two quarters along with forward movement in key sectors like road, power, coal, non-renewable energy, mainly led by public sector investment, industry body Assocham said on Sunday.

Modi government,   India Inc,   road,   power,   coal,   non renewable energy,   public sector investment,   industry body Assocham,   Latest News,  
Voters decrease in Bihar <strong>electoral</strong> roll

Voters decrease in Bihar electoral roll

15 May 2015

Patna: Bihar witnessed a decline of 70,000 voters in the draft electoral roll, published by the Election Commission here on Friday, as part of its preparations for the Assembly elections scheduled later this year. The total number of electorate in the second most populous state now stands at 6.57 crore with 3.51 crore male and 3.06 female electors - spread over 62,779 polling stations across 38 districts.

Bihar Electoral Roll,   Voters,   Election Commission,   Assembly Elections,   Latest State News ,  
No state funding of polls without radical <strong>reforms</strong>: Election Commission

No state funding of polls without radical reforms: Election Commission

23 Mar 2015

New Delhi: Election Commission on Monday opposed the idea of state funding of elections saying unless "radical reforms" are carried out in electoral campaign and political finance, it should not be allowed.

state funding,   polls,   electoral campaign,   Election Commission,  
UK votes as Conservative, Labour in dead heat <strong>electoral</strong> battle

UK votes as Conservative, Labour in dead heat electoral battle

07 May 2015

London: The UK went to polls on Thursday with incumbent Prime Minister David Cameron's bid for a second term on knife-edge as his ruling Conservative Party was locked in a tense electoral battle with the opposition Labour in the country's closest election in decades.

United Kingdom,   Conservative Party,   Labour Party ,   Electoral Polls,   Prime Minister David Cameron,   Online Voting,   Latest World News ,  
Sensex tanks 630 points on worries over land, tax <strong>reforms</strong>

Sensex tanks 630 points on worries over land, tax reforms

12 May 2015

Mumbai: The benchmark BSE Sensex plunged by 630 points on Tuesday to below 27,000-level on across-the-board selling over concerns that key reform bills may get delayed, while weakness in global bond markets also hit sentiment. Mumbai: The benchmark BSE Sensex plunged by 630 points on Tuesday to below 27,000-level on across-the-board selling over concerns that key reform bills may get delayed, while weakness in global bond markets also hit sentiment.

Sensex,   BSE Sensex,   NSE,   Nifty,   Stocks,   latest business news,  
CPI to expand its <strong>electoral</strong> base in Hindi belt

CPI to expand its electoral base in Hindi belt

30 Apr 2015

New Delhi: The CPI, whose presence in Lok Sabha has been reduced to a lone MP, has decided to work towards expanding its electoral base in the country with a renewed focus on politically crucial Hindi belt.

CPI,   Hindi belt,   Lok Sabha,   Rajya Sabha,   MP,   Shameem Faize,   National Executive Meet,   Latest Nation News,  
Prominent citizens urge Modi to bring in police, <strong>electoral</strong> <strong>reforms</strong>

Prominent citizens urge Modi to bring in police, electoral reforms

10 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Prominent persons from various walks of life have urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to bring about police reforms to end "executive stranglehold" over it and enable its transformation from a "ruler's police" into "people's police".

Narendra Modi,   Ram Jethmalani,   police reform,   Election Commission,   Law Commission ,  

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