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The villagers are boycotting the bypoll to press for their demands of construction of roads, school and other developmental works, Madhya Pradesh's chief electoral officer Salina Singh.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday urged the people of Himachal Pradesh to come out and vote in "record numbers" for the assembly election underway in the state.
Himachal Pradesh Congress chief Sukhvinder Singh Sukkhu is leaving no stone unturned to avenge his 2012 poll defeat from the Nadaun Assembly constituency in Hamirpur district.
Gujarat polls: Voters' names will not be deleted from final list like 2015, assures Election Commission
During the local bodies elections in the state in 2015, a massive controversy erupted after a large number of voters across the state found that their names had been deleted from voters' list.
The person, named Ismail, was staying in a small hut here for a long time and used to survive on daily wages.
The poll panel has asked the law ministry to replace the term 'wife' with 'spouse' in the provision in the R P Act related to service voters.
Earlier in May, the Election Commission had clarified that future elections would be conducted using both EVMs and VVPATs.
The panel was set up after Trump made unsubstantiated claims that his loss of the popular vote in the November elections was caused by voter fraud.
District collector B Lakshmikanthan said that a special drive for enrollment of new voters would be taken up from July 1 to 31 in Krishna district before summary revision of the voter list.
This is the first time Facebook's voter registration reminder has been rolled out across India.
CM K Palaniswami was responding to M K Stalin who raised the issue of EC asking the state chief electoral officer to lodge a police case on the alleged bribing of voters in R K Nagar.
The bypoll slated for April 12 was cancelled subsequently following allegations of large-scale distribution of money to voters, entailing raids by the tax authorities.
Violence in three municipalities of the plains and an average turnout in four municipalities of the hills defined the Bengal civic polls.
Asian Olympic leader Sheikh Ahmad Al Fahad Al Sabah of Kuwait has denied claims made in a U.S. federal court that he paid six-figure bribes to FIFA voters.
This would be the first civic poll after the latest delimitation which has redrawn the civic wards.