Counting for lone Mizo LS seat tomorrow

Elaborate arrangements have been made for counting of votes tomorrow for the lone Lok Sabha seat in Mizoram.

BJP urges EC to deploy Paramilitary forces during counting

BJP on Tuesday urged the Election Commission to deploy Central Paramilitary forces and install closed circuit cameras at the counting stations, apprehending rigging during counting of votes by SP in Uttar Pradesh.

Bengal panchayat polls: CPI(M) alleges malpractices in counting of votes at Burdwan, Howrah

As the ruling Trinamool Congress is on its way to capture majority of the gram panchayats in rural Bengal, the opposition CPI(M) alleged "large-scale malpractices" during counting of votes in Burdwan and Howrah districts.

Panchayat polls remain peaceful in Punjab, counting on

Polling for elections to 13,080 gram panchayats in Punjab was peacefully held on Wednesday with more than 80 per cent electorates exercising their franchise.

Andhra bypolls: Big win for TRS, Congress wiped out

In a setback to the Congress in Andhra Pradesh, the ruling party on Wednesday failed to open its account in the recently held Assembly bypolls counting for which was held on Wednesday.

Counting in Manipur tomorrow

Counting of votes in the 60-member Assembly in Manipur will be taken up at 8 am tomorrow in all the nine districts of the state, Election Commission sources

Counting India`s poor begins on Wednesday

A nationwide census to identify Indians living below the poverty line (BPL) and help determine those eligible for social welfare schemes meant for the poor begins with Tripura on Wednesday.

Counting for West Bengal Assembly polls to take 10 hours

Counting for West Bengal
Assembly polls tomorrow will take ten hours approximately,
Chief Electoral Officer Sunil Gupta said on Thursday.

TN polls: Stringent security arrangements in counting centres

Police on Wednesday said stringent security
arrangements have been made in four centres in the city were
counting of votes of 17 assembly constituencies would be held
on Friday.

55 observers arriving in TN on May 12 to monitor counting

Ahead of counting of votes on May 13,
Tamil Nadu Chief Electoral Officer Praveen Kumar today said
55 external observers will arrive in the state on May 12 to
monitor the process.

Vote counting underway amid Opp protests in Egypt

Counting of votes was underway amid Opposition charges of ballot fraud.

Counting for Bihar elections from 8.00 am on Wednesday

Counting of votes for all the 243
Assembly constituencies in Bihar will take place at 8.00 am
on Wednesday amidst tight security arrangements.

Counting for Bihar elections from 8 AM Wednesday

Counting will be held at 42 counting centres, mostly
in the district headquarters towns, where exclusive deployment
of central para-military forces has been made.

Lalu now claims exit polls meant to influence counting

Lalu claimed that Assembly elections
will put the RJD-LJP alliance in power with two-thirds

Vote counting completed in Tanzanian polls

Tanzania today awaited poll results with federal President Jakaya Kikwete, likely to clinch re-election on the mainland and the ruling party candidate leading in early results in Zanzibar.

TRS sweeps Telangana by-polls, Cong chief loses

TRS swept the by-polls in the region winning six of the 12 seats & leading in five others.

Why counting calories doesn’t help you lose weight

Trying to loose weight? Well, then counting how many calories you consume in a day might not help you get rid of those love handles.

Why counting calories doesn’t help you lose weight

Trying to loose weight? Well, then counting how many calories you consume in a day might not help you get rid of those love handles.

Counting sea life, sometimes little things are big

If the Census Bureau thinks it has its hands full counting Americans, imagine what scientists are up against in trying to tally every living thing in the ocean, including microbes so small they seem invisible.

Sudan begins counting in polls marred by boycotts

Sudan began counting millions of ballots on Friday after five days of voting in the first open polls in 24 years, tainted by boycotts and accusations of fraud.