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60 candidates in second phase of Jharkhand polls face criminal charges: Association for Democratic Reforms
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60 candidates in second phase of Jharkhand polls face criminal...

Sixty candidates, including a minister and two formers ministers, in fray for the second phase of assembly polls in Jharkhand on December 2 are facing criminal charges like rape, murder and communal disharmony, according to an analysis. Analysing the ... DNA, 15 hours ago
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Devendra Fadnavis faces 22 riot cases, crime accused pack state assembly

A report by New Delhi based Association for Democratic Reforms states that out of 2,336 candidates of various parties, 798 had criminal cases against them.
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StatsGuru: A closer look at the profile of MLAs in Assembly elections

The Association for Democratic Reforms, or ADR, has swiftly come out with an examination of the recently elected Assemblies in Maharashtra and in Haryana. Interestingly, the trend in MLAs with criminal cases is very different in the two states. As ...
 Business Standard1 month ago M'rashtra reaps rich crop of MLAs  Deccan Herald1 month ago Maharashtra assembly elections: Know about qualification of MLAs  One India1 month ago
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MLAs getting richer faster than MPs

Net worth of many MPs has grown in excess of 200 per cent, says Association for Democratic Reforms Mayank Mishra | New Delhi November 1, 2014 Last Updated at 00:56 IST PC Mohan, Member of Parliament (MP) from Bangalore Central, saw his assets grow from Rs 5 ...
 Business Standard4 weeks ago How MLAs are getting richer faster than MPs  Rediff.com3 weeks ago

5 months in power sees increase in crorepatis in the cabinet

The Association for Democratic Reforms (ADR) has faulted the format for declaration of assets adopted by the government saying it did not provide a correct indicator of the ministers’ wealth and defeated the exercise towards transparency.
 Times of India1 month ago Crorepati mantris: Jaitley with Rs 114 crore is richest in Modi’s Cabinet  One India1 month ago Five months in power sees increase in crorepatis in Union Cabinet: Association for Democratic Reforms  Economic Times1 month ago
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Haryana polls: 67 MLAs' average assets more than doubled

e last election five years ago. Haryana Election Watch and Association for Democratic Reforms (ADR) has come to this conclusion after analysing affidavits of 1,343 candidates contesting in the Haryana State Assembly Elections. 67 re-contesting MLAs in the ...
 Business Standard1 month ago 216 MLAs grew richer by Rs 8.17 crore since last Maha polls: Study  Rediff.com1 month ago In Haryana, richer nominees in the fray  Asian Age1 month ago

77% MLAs got less than 50% votes

The Association for Democratic Reforms (ADR) and Maharashtra Election Watch have analysed the percentage of votes won by the outgoing MLAs of the state in previous Assembly elections held in 2009 and their representation among the total number of registered ...
 Asian Age2 months ago
Media-News

8 of 21 new ministers in Cabinet have criminal charges against them: Association for Democratic Reforms

While Ram Kripal Yadav, Rajiv Pratap Rudy and Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi have one case pending against them as claimed by ADR. NEW DELHI: The number of tainted ministers in the government increased from 12 to 20 with Sunday's Cabinet expansion exercise according to ...
 Economic Times2 weeks ago The Prime Minister meets with the President of Fitch Ratings  Media-News3 days ago Towards a more mature relationship with India  Melbourne Age1 week ago Assets of 7 new faces in Modi cabinet rose in last 5 yrs  Deccan Herald2 weeks ago
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JKEW, ADR release analytical data of contesting candidates

Excelsior Correspondent JAMMU, Nov 18: Jammu and Kashmir Election Watch (JKEW) and Association for Democratic Reforms (ADR) today released the analytical data compiled by them from the affidavits and undertakings submitted by the contesting ...
 Daily Excelsior.com1 week ago 9 candidates in Phase-III have criminal background  Daily Excelsior.com5 hours ago Assurance of good governance exposed: ADR  Kashmir Times4 days ago In Jharkhand, Many Candidates Face Charges  NDTV5 days ago

Timblo donated 9 times to BJP, thrice to Congress, claims ADR report

The NGO Association for Democratic Reforms ADR made major revelations claiming Timblo Private Limited had donated huge amounts of money to the Bharatiya Janata Party BJP and the Congress Source The Sangai Express Agencies
 E Pao!1 month ago Timblo donated money to BJP, Congress  Deccan Herald1 month ago Timblo, Lodhia made donations to BJP, Congress  Deccan Herald1 month ago
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