Association for Democratic Reforms

46 per cent MLAs in Odisha have criminal cases: ADR

Of the MLAs with serious criminal cases, two have cases related to murder and 11 have declared attempt to murder cases against them, the report said.

published on : 27th May 2019

Jharkhand performs low on jobs, health and policing: Survey

Conducted between October 2018 and December 2018, the survey provides an analysis of 10 most important governance issues as rated by the voters.

published on : 25th April 2019

24 candidates have criminal cases in Uttar Pradesh third phase: ADR

The ADR report said that 35 out of the 120 candidates have completed matriculation while 3 are illiterates.

published on : 22nd April 2019

84 candidates declare criminal cases in Odisha: ADR

In terms of age, 57 candidates have declared their age to be between 25 to 40 years while 147 candidates are between 41 to 60 years of age.

published on : 16th April 2019

43 per cent voters in Pondicherry partial to ‘gifts’?

According to a survey, while the vote depends on the basis of candidate mostly, the inducements play a major role.

published on : 14th April 2019

ADR rates Vijay Rupani-led Gujarat government 'below average'

Performance of the Vijay Rupani-led Gujarat government is below average on most of voter concerns, including employment, drinking water and healthcare.

published on : 12th April 2019

Karnataka High Court reserves verdict on PIL against gag order in Tejasvi Surya’s case

New Delhi-based Association for Democratic Reforms had filed a petition against the injunction order after a business woman tweeted against Tejasvi.

published on : 12th April 2019

39 out of 59 newly-elected MLAs in Meghalaya are 'crorepatis': Report

According to the Meghalaya Election Watch and the Association for Democratic Reforms, the Congress that emerged as the largest party with 21 seats has 15 or highest number of rich MLAs.

published on : 4th March 2018

Gujarat polls: 21 per cent of phase 2 candidates of Congress, 15 per cent of BJP face criminal cases

The Gujarat Election Watch and the ADR analysed the affidavits of 822 out of 851 candidates, who are contesting in the second phase of the assembly election starting from December 14.

published on : 7th December 2017