27 May 2012
With the issuance of notification for local urban body polls, the Ghaziabad district administration is all set to conduct free and fare elections.
27 Dec 2015
Bhopal: After spectacular success in Ratlam-Jhabua Lok Sabha seat, Congress today won five out of eight local body elections for which polls were held recently.
22 Oct 2015
Gandhinagar: Even as the Gujarat government's ordinance to delay the local bodies polls was yesterday quashed by the High Court, the state clarified that these elections could only be held after Diwali, as it would be difficult to conduct them during the festival due to lack of manpower.
04 Dec 2015
Mumbai: Describing the results of Gujarat local body polls as a win for Congress despite losing, NDA ally Shiv Sena said it indicates that people of Gujarat do not stand behind the Prime Minister completely and the BJP needs to evaluate why alarm bells have started ringing on Narendra Modi's home pitch.
02 Dec 2015
Ahmedabad: Counting of votes for the crucial local bodies polls in Gujarat, a litmus test for the ruling BJP against the backdrop of Patel quota agitation, will be conducted today.
30 Nov 2015
Ahmedabad: Overwhelmed by the high voter turnout till noon across Gujarat for the second phase of local body elections, senior Congress leader Ahmed Patel expressed confidence of winning the polls and termed the trend as a 'wave for change'.
30 Oct 2015
Ahmedabad: The Gujarat High Court today directed the State Election Commission (SEC) to include the option of NOTA (none of the above) in the upcoming local body polls in the state.
24 Oct 2015
Gandhinagar: As many as 323 local self-government bodies in Gujarat, including six municipal corporations, will go to polls on November 22 and 29, the State Election Commission (SEC) said yesterday.
07 Dec 2015
Ahmedabad: The Congress hopes to maintain their winning streak in rural areas during local body polls in 2017 Gujarat Assembly polls, while result has come as a wake-up call for the ruling party.
05 Nov 2015
Thiruvananthapuram: Over 30 percent polling was recorded in the initial five hours in the second phase of local body polls in Kerala in seven districts today, even as malfunctioning of EVMs affected voting in certain areas.