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Soldiers <strong>vote</strong> to 'guard' democracy even after hanging uniforms

Soldiers vote to 'guard' democracy even after hanging uniforms

20 Dec 2014

Hiranagar (Kathua): Retired servicemen, who had fought Indo-Pak wars in this border constituency of Jammu and Kashmir, on Saturday braved the winter chill for their "national duty" to caste votes and strengthen democracy in the state, in their bid to counter the ongoing Pakistan-sponsored proxy war.

Soldiers vote,   guard democracy,   Jammu assembly elections,   assembly elections,   polls,   voting,   J&K polls,  
Congress minister asks for <strong>vote</strong> on development work basis

Congress minister asks for vote on development work basis

18 Dec 2014

Akhnoor (Jammu):Asserting that development and performance is his agenda in the state, Congress candidate and sitting MLA from Akhnoor  Sham Lal Sharma on Thursday said he is seeking votes on the basis of the work done by him in the constituency.

Congress Minister,   Sham Lal Sharma,   development work,   Akhnoor,  
BJP wrests Haryana; Congress, INLD decimated

BJP wrests Haryana; Congress, INLD decimated

19 Oct 2014

Chandigarh: Stamping its authority in Haryana politics, the BJP on Sunday stormed to power in the state, getting a majority on its own for the first time, dislodging Congress and equally decimating Indian National Lok Dal.

Counting,   vote counting,   Haryana assembly,   elections,   voting polling,   bhartiya janta party,   congress,   BJP,  
BJP single-largest in Maharashtra, Shiv Sena comes second

BJP single-largest in Maharashtra, Shiv Sena comes second

19 Oct 2014

Mumbai: Falling short of a majority, BJP is emerging as the largest party in Maharashtra assembly and Shiv Sena is finishing second, triggering conciliatory noises from the two former allies over government formation but each appeared to be waiting for the other to blink first.

Counting,   vote counting,   Maharashtra,   assembly elections,   voting,   elections,   polling,   assembly elections,   bhartiya janta party,   congress,   BJP,   Shiv Sens,   INLD,   MNS,  
Aiyar accuses Government of playing <strong>vote</strong> bank politics

Aiyar accuses Government of playing vote bank politics

13 Dec 2014

New Delhi: Accusing Narendra Modi government of playing "vote bank politics" to garner Hindu votes under the "mask of pro-development", Congress leader Mani Shankar Aiyar on Saturday claimed the ploy is to bring religion into politics.

Mani Shankar Aiyar,   Government,   vote bank politics,   politics,   Congress,   BJP,  
AP: Ruling TDP wins Nandigama Assembly by-poll

AP: Ruling TDP wins Nandigama Assembly by-poll

16 Sep 2014

Vijayawada: Giving the ruling party a boost, Telugu Desam Party's Tangirala Sowmya won the Nandigama Assembly bypoll in Andhra Pradesh by 74,827 votes.

Counting begins,   Medak Lok Sabha,   Nandigama Assembly by-polls,   voting,   vote counting,   elections,   polling,   BJP,  
Assembly passes Himachal Pradesh Lokayukta Bill by voice <strong>vote</strong>

Assembly passes Himachal Pradesh Lokayukta Bill by voice vote

12 Dec 2014

Dharamshala: On the last working day of the winter session, the Assembly here on Friday passed the Himachal Pradesh Lokayukta Bill 2014 with a voice vote.

Himachal Pradesh,   Lokayukta Bill,   High Court,   corruption,   winter session,   ,  
J&K elections: Pargwal residents to <strong>vote</strong> for change

J&K elections: Pargwal residents to vote for change

09 Dec 2014

Molu LoC (PARGWAL): Displaced thrice by cross border firing and devastating floods that hit Jammu and Kashmir, border residents of Pargwal sector say their compensation claims are yet to be heard and they will vote for change this time.

J&K elections,   Pargwal residents,   vote for change,   assembly elections,   elections,   voting,   vote,   polls,   ,  
Rajapaksa's government in Lanka loses two-third majority

Rajapaksa's government in Lanka loses two-third majority

10 Dec 2014

Colombo: Ahead of next month's snap polls, Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa today suffered another political setback as he lost his government's two-thirds majority in Parliament after two ministers from parties representing Indian-origin Tamils defected to the opposition.

Rajapaksa's government,   Lanka,   two-third majority,   elections,   voting,   polling,   vote,  
Ex-president Jugnauth wins Mauritius Parliament polls

Ex-president Jugnauth wins Mauritius Parliament polls

12 Dec 2014

Port Louis: Former Mauritius president Anerood Jugnauth and opposition leader Anerood Jugnauth has secured majority in the country's parliamentary polls.

Ex-president,   Jugnauth,   wins election,   Mauritius parliament polls,   election,   voting,   polling,   vote,  

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