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Odisha chief electoral officer holds preparatory meeting for simultaneous elections

Odisha chief electoral officer holds preparatory meeting for simultaneous elections

BHUBANESWAR: Chief electoral officer (CEO) of the state Surendra Kumar on Saturday started preparation for upcoming elections and conducted an orientation programme for police, crime branch, excise and income tax officers. Kumar said special teams will be formed for smooth conduct of the elections. ?The main objective of the orientation […]

Polls to 3 autonomous councils on January 21

Polls to 3 autonomous councils on January 21

GUWAHATI: State Election Commission on Friday announced that elections to the (RHAC), Sonowal Kachari Autonomous Council () and (MAC) will be held on January 21. Counting will be held on January 28. The last date for filing nomination for the upcoming autonomous council elections is January 11. Candidatures can be […]

Woman defeats mother-in-law

Woman defeats mother-in-law

JALANDHAR: Kamaljeet Kaur, who faced her mother-in-law in elections to the post of in Begampura village, won by a comfortable margin. Out of 160 votes polled, Kamaljeet got 88 votes, while her mother-in-law got just 41 votes. The remaining 31 votes went to a third candidate. Kamaljeet was supported by […]

Nominee‘s hubby booked for fake votes

Nominee‘s hubby booked for fake votes

PATIALA: SSP MS Sidhu said police booked two people, Nirmal Kumar and Ram Singh, residents of Hari Majra for allegedly casting fake votes during panchayat polls. He said both were arrested after the registration of a case against them at Ghanaur police station. The case had been registered under various […]

Inderjit loyalists gun for CM, bare rift in state BJP

Inderjit loyalists gun for CM, bare rift in state BJP

GURUGRAM: There could be revolt brewing within the state unit. A set of loyalists of Gurugram MP and Union minster Singh on Monday launched a scathing attack on chief minister , accusing him of bias and of purposefully neglecting Gurugram and its representatives. Four MLAs, including state public health engineering […]