Monthly Archives April 2016

Phase V of West Bengal polls: 20% voters

All eyes will be on Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee who is contesting from the Bhawanipur Assembly seat in the fifth phase of the West Bengal Assembly polls that will take place on Saturday. The Trinamool Congress (TMC) supremo is pitted against Congress heavyweight and former Union Minister Deepa Dasmunsi. The other important candidate in Bhawanipur is Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose’ grand nephew, Chandra Bose of Bharatiya Janata Party [BJP]. BJP was in lead in the Bhawanipur Assembly segment in 2014 Lok Sabha election.

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The phase — with 53 seats spread over three districts — may finally decide the winner like in previous elections...

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Puducherry polls News: CM Rangasamy files Nomination for 16 May election

Puducherry: All India NR Congress (AINRC) leader and Puducherry Chief Minister N Rangasamy on Friday filed his nomination papers for the 16 May Assembly polls seeking re-election from the Indira Nagar constituency.

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He was elected in the 2011 Assembly polls simultaneously from the Indira Nagar and Kadirkamam constituencies. However, he vacated the Indira Nagar seat and retained Kadirkamam.

AINRC stormed to power in the 2011 Assembly polls in alliance with AIADMK months after it was founded by Rangasamy, who broke away from Congress.

But the alliance did not last long as Rangasamy ditched the AIADMK and formed the ministry with outside support of a lone ...

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Heavy security deployment for fifth phase of polls in West Bengal

To pre-empt chances of violence during fifth phase of polling in West Bengal tomorrow, a strong contingent of 90,000 personnel of central and state police forces have been deployed in three poll-bound districts of the state.

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Kolkata, Apr 29: To pre-empt chances of violence during fifth phase of polling in West Bengal tomorrow, a strong contingent of 90,000 personnel of central and state police forces have been deployed in three poll-bound districts of the state...

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General Elections 2016 to the Legislative Assemblies of Assam, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, West Bengal and Puducherry. State

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West Bengal Assembly Election 2016

first phase:- 80% polling in West Bengal first phase

Second phase:- As it happened: West Bengal Phase II polls records 79.70 p.c.

Third phase:-  polls, 79.22 per cent voter turnout recorded

Forth Phase:-  A total of 67 percent polling was recorded till 3 p.m. in two districts of West Bengal where fourth phase of Assembly elections were held on Monday, Indo-Asian News Service reported.

Assam Assembly Election 2016

78% polling in Assam first phase

First Phase:- Sixty-five of the 126 Assembly constituencies in Assam go to the polls today, deciding the fate of 539 candidates, including high-profile ones like Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi and the BJP’s Chief Ministerial candi...

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