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BJP urges thorough probe into Kandhamal by-poll by EC

BJP urges thorough probe into Kandhamal by-poll by EC

20 Oct 2014

Bhubaneswar : Alleging vote rigging, misuse of official machinery and pumping of money by ruling BJD in Odisha to win Kandhamal Lok Sabha by-election, BJP today urged the Election Commission to conduct a thorough probe and make a case study of the by-poll.

BJP,   BJD,   Odisha,   Election Commission,   Probe,  
Andhra police to check Maoists-villagers clash <strong>report</strong>

Andhra police to check Maoists-villagers clash report

20 Oct 2014

Hyderabad: Andhra Pradesh Police sent teams to a tribal area in Visakhapatnam district on Monday following reports that three Maoists were killed by the villagers after the extremists eliminated a tribal on suspicion that he was acting as a police informer.

Andhra police,   Andhra Pradesh Police,   Maoists-villagers clash,   Visakhapatnam,   three Maoists killed,   ,  
60 percent Haryana candidates fail to garner even 1,000 votes

60 percent Haryana candidates fail to garner even 1,000 votes

20 Oct 2014

Chandigarh: Over 60 percent of Assembly election candidates in Haryana, where BJP is all set to form the government on its own for the first time, have failed to garner even 1,000 votes.

Haryana candidates,   Assembly election candidates,   Haryana,   BJP,   Election Commission ,  
7th Central Pay <strong>Commission</strong> visits Ladakh, Siachen

7th Central Pay Commission visits Ladakh, Siachen

14 Oct 2014

Jammu: The seventh Central Pay Commission is on a four-day visit to Ladakh region, particularly world's highest battlefield at Siachen glacier to meet soldiers performing their duties in challenging operational conditions.

7th Central Pay Commission,   Ladakh,   Siachen,   soldiers,   Justice A K Mathur,   Leh,  
Japan PM Abe suffers setback as two ministers quit

Japan PM Abe suffers setback as two ministers quit

20 Oct 2014

Tokyo: Japan's new Trade and Industry Minister quit over a funding scandal on Monday and the Justice Minister resigned after being accused of violating electoral laws, dealing Prime Minister Shinzo Abe his biggest setback since taking office in 2012.

Japan,   PM Abe,   Trade minister,   Scandals,   Japan ministers resignation,   Trade and Industry Minister,   funding scandal,   Justice Minister,   electoral laws violation,   Shinzo Abe,   Yuko Obuchi,   Midori Matsushima,   Obuchi and Matsushima resignation,  
EC wants debarring of candidates charged with heinous offences

EC wants debarring of candidates charged with heinous offences

20 Oct 2014

New Delhi: After Supreme Court's intervention instantly disqualifying those convicted of serious offences, the Election Commission (EC) now wants debarring of a candidate from elections on framing of charges in cases of heinous offences.

Indian Election Commission,   Candidates disqualification norms,   Chief Election Commissioner,   V S Sampath,   Criminal charges against politicians,   ,  
 BJP vote share doubles from 2009

BJP vote share doubles from 2009

20 Oct 2014

Mumbai: The vote share of BJP in Maharashtra Assembly elections doubled compared to that in 2009 to help catapult its tally from 46 to 122 seats in a five-cornered contest and it was also marginally higher than it got in the May Lok Sabha polls.

tags: BJP,   Maharashtra Assembly polls,   Narendra Modi,   Modi wave,   Lok Sabha polls,   Election Commission,   NCP,   MNS,   Shiv Sena,   Congress,   Prithviraj chavan ,  
EC 'censures' Raj Thackeray over his reported remarks against non-Maharashtrians

EC 'censures' Raj Thackeray over his reported remarks against non-Maharashtrians

19 Oct 2014

New Delhi: The Election Commission on Sunday "censured" Maharashtra Navnirman Sena chief Raj Thackeray for his reported remarks against non-Maharashtrians and asked him to be more circumspect in his public utterances in the future.

Election Commission,   Maharashtra Navnirman Sena,   MNS,   Raj Thackeray,   Non-Maharashtrians,   Marathi,   Maharashtra elections,   Assembly elections ,  
Not many takers for NOTA in Maharashtra, Haryana polls

Not many takers for NOTA in Maharashtra, Haryana polls

19 Oct 2014

New Delhi: There were few takers in the Maharashtra and Haryana Assembly polls for the 'None of the Above' option which was introduced by the Election Commission last year following a Supreme Court judgement.

NOTA,   Maharashtra results,   Haryana results,   Assembly polls,   Assembly results,   None of the Above,   Election Commission,   Supreme Court,  
Facebook may become top video sharing site: <strong>Report</strong>

Facebook may become top video sharing site: Report

18 Oct 2014

New York: Videos on Facebook are fast catching up with YouTube in terms of number of shares and the social networking site may overtake YouTube in video sharing through its news feed soon, say researchers.

Facebook,   Facebook videos,   YouTube,   top video sharing site,   social networking site,   video sharing,   Socialbakers,  

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