Also see: A 'Disciplined' Democracy? The Election Commission H S Brahma, in an interview to the Indian Express said that according to him the Gujarat government's move to make voting compulsory in elections to local bodies "may not be correct". ... Outlook India, 1 week ago
Express 5: Compulsory voting may not be correct says EC Brahma; Congress Abhishek Singhvi in tax case - Indian Express, 1 week ago
ECI announces 5 phase polls in J - Daily Excelsior.com, 4 weeks ago
3 images for "ec h s brahma"
In the general elections held six months ago, only 55.38 crore out of the 83.41 crore registered voters cast their votes — which means some 28 crore stayed away from polling stations. Election Commissioner H S Brahma told The Indian Express on ...Indian Express, 1 week ago
Election Commissioner H S Brahma later told reporters that in case the SC or the Delhi Lt Governor deciding to dissolve the Delhi Assembly, the EC notification regarding the bypolls would be withdrawn. (Photo: PTI/File) New Delhi: The Election ...Deccan Chronicle, 4 weeks ago EC announces schedule for Delhi by-elections Millennium Post, 4 weeks ago EC Announces Bypolls to Three Assembly Constituencies in Delhi Outlook India, 4 weeks ago EC Seeks Parties' Views on Schedule for J and K Polls New Indian Express, 1 month ago
Ranchi, Nov. 13: Assembly elections in Jharkhand will be held under the strict vigil of security forces numbering three times more than the 40,000 policemen and paramilitary troops that oversaw the April general elections. Disclosing this, chief ...Calcutta Telegraph, 1 week ago
Strongly condemning the Gujarat government's move to make voting compulsory, Janata Dal (United) today termed it as "undemocratic and infringement" in the liberty of the citizen. Parliament should take note of this and prevent it from happening, ...Outlook India, 1 week ago JD(U) condemns Gujarat govt's move to make voting compulsory The Hindu, 1 week ago JD(U) condemns Gujarat govt's move to make voting compulsory Deccan Herald, 1 week ago JD(U) condemns Guj govt's move to make voting compulsory Economic Times, 1 week ago
Election Commission (EC) may be credited for free and fair polls in India, but not all are impressed. A new book on the challenges faced by India says that the functioning of the Election Commission has not kept pace with the voters' increasing expectation of ...Deccan Herald, 3 weeks ago
NEW DELHI: A decision on the polls in flood-hit Jammu & Kashmir is likely to be taken by the Election Commission by month-end. Chief Election Commissioner V S Sampath and Election Commissioners H S Brahma and S N Zaidi will visit Srinagar on ...New Indian Express, 1 month ago EC has open mind on J&K polls: CEC Daily Excelsior.com, 1 month ago EC Has Open Mind on Jammu and Kashmir Polls: CEC New Indian Express, 1 month ago
The Election Commission is likely to decide on Jammu and Kashmir Assembly elections on Saturday as a team of officials will visit the flood-ravaged state to review whether the polls could be conducted on schedule. The officials would meet ...India Today, 1 month ago All except NC want polls, EC team heads to Valley today Indian Express, 1 month ago EC publishes J&K electoral rolls The Hindu, 1 month ago Situation in J-K not conducive for Assembly polls: Omar The Echo Of India, 1 month ago
Sanjeev Pargal/PTI JAMMU/ NEW DELHI, Oct 17: Full Election Commission is visiting Srinagar, the summer capital of Jammu and Kashmir tomorrow, to take a final decision on holding Assembly elections in the State by meeting stakeholders, top brass ...Daily Excelsior.com, 1 month ago Full EC likely to visit Srinagar on Oct 18 Kashmir Times, 1 month ago J & K polls: EC to visit on Saturday The Statesman, 1 month ago J-K polls: Election Commission to visit Srinagar on Saturday Deccan Chronicle, 1 month ago
Even as sharp differences continued between the National Conference — in power in Jammu and Kashmir — and the other political parties on whether or not to postpone Assembly elections in the State, the full Election Commission is travelling to ...The Hindu, 1 month ago
on your WebpageAdd Widget >Get your members hooked!