Many people from several walks of life came together to vote in the last leg of Lok Sabha Elections on May 19.
Violence broke out in several parts of West Bengal in the last phase of elections on May 19.
Mirzapur is out of the last 13 seats in Uttar Pradesh that went for polls on May 19.
West Bengal witnessed violent clashes in the last leg of elections on May 19.
Odisha saw a voter turnout of 53.61% in the fourth phase of the Lok Sabha Elections on April 29. Reidents of Ramnagaer travelled to Batighar by boat to cast their votes.
Voting for phase four of the General elections is underway in 72 constituencies across nine states. 26 seats in Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, and West Bengal are scheduled to vote in the fourth phase.
Voting in Tripura’s Charilam Assembly constituency, which was deferred following the death of Communist Party of India (Marxist) candidate Ramendra Narayan Debbarma, was conducted on Monday.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi urged the voters, particularly the youngsters, to cast their votes in the first phase of Gujarat assembly elections.
Congress President Sonia Gandhi’s residence in the national capital, the Congress party on Monday conducted a press conference led by Congress senior leader Mullappally Ramachandran.
Voters head to the polls in an independence referendum in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq, ignoring the threats and fears of further instability.
After the demonstration, some of the officials from the manufacturing firm ECIL rubbished rumours which claimed that these machines could be tampered.
Amidst the talk of EVM tampering now the Election Commission has taken a call to buy next generation electronic voting machines that become inoperable when tampered with.
As per the new constitution of the Indian Cricket Board finalized by the COA appointed by the Supreme Court of India, Indian cricket’s power centre Mumbai have lost their permanent voting status.