Councillor's election cancelled for hiding information in Bihar

State Election Commission has cancelled the election of a councillor of Sasaram in Bihar for hiding information about his children.

Voting for 46 civic bodies in Rajasthan tomorrow

Jaipur: Forty six civic bodies, including six municipal corporations, in Rajasthan will go to polls Saturday, a State Election Commission (RSEC) official said today.

Rajasthan civic body polls: 1,121 nominations found invalid so far

 As many as 1,121 nominations filed for the Rajasthan civic body polls have been found to be invalid so far, leaving a total of 5,563 candidates in the fray as of now.

Filing of nominations for civic polls ends in Rajasthan

Filing of nomination papers for 46 civic bodies, including six municipal corporations, in Rajasthan for which elections are scheduled to be held on November 22 ended on Tuesday, an official of State Election Commission (RSEC) said.

Gujarat Lok Sabha polls: Security watch on anti-social elements

Elaborate security arrangements have been made for peaceful conduct of Lok Sabha elections in Gujarat, where for the first time paramilitary forces have been given the responsibility to keep a tab on anti-social elements in sensitive areas.

SEC orders transfer of police officer on code violation charge

The State Election Commission Odisha on Tuesday ordered transfer of a police inspector as both the ruling BJD and opposition Congress lodged allegation and counter allegation against each other on charge of model code of violation.

ECI extends last date to Nov 2 for changes in electoral rolls

The Election Commission of India has extended the last date from today to November 2 for filing claims or objections to changes in the electoral rolls in Jammu and Kashmir.

Assembly elections: Delhi Police on vigil to check model code of conduct violation

Delhi police is on its toes ahead of the upcoming assembly elections as it has the double responsibility of ensuring that the model code of conduct is not violated and providing up-to-date security at all polling booths when the elections take place.

Some issues before NOTA implementation: Bengal poll panel

Voters in West Bengal will have to wait bit longer to exercise their "None of the Above" option to reject all candidates, as the State Election Commission said there were issues to be resolved before the move can be implemented.

No urban polls in 9 western Odisha districts: SEC

The State Election Commission announced not to conduct elections to urban local bodies in the nine Western Odisha districts.hat region.

Samabalpur bandh on August 20 in Odisha

The Sambalpur District Bar Association on Saturday called a Sambalpur bandh on August 20 to demand a permanent bench of the Orissa High Court here.

West Bengal panchayat poll: Two dead, 70% turnout in last phase

Two people died while an average 70 percent voters exercised their democratic rights amid reports of sporadic violence during the fifth and final phase of the West Bengal panchayat polls Thursday.

Seven killed in violence-hit Bengal panchayat polls` fourth round

Kolkata: West Bengal`s countryside bled Monday as seven people were killed and scores - among them four children - injured in the penultimate round of the panchayat polls marred by bomb blasts, firings, violent clashes and allegations of rampant electoral malpractices.

WB panchayat polls: Repolling ordered in 21 booths

State Election Commission ordered re-poll in 21 booths of Burdwan district on 18 July on the basis of the reports of presiding officers of the panchayat polls.

21,441 Gram Panchayats in AP go to polls this month

As many as 21,441 Gram Panchayats in Andhra Pradesh will go to polls later this month.

WB panchayat polls: Mamata targets poll panel`s `gameplan`

Claiming she had not wanted panchayat election to take place during Ramzan and monsoon, Mamata Banerjee targeted the State Election Commission again, saying her government had been compelled to accept the SEC`s "game plan".

Trinamool slams SEC says it will have to hide after polls

Continuing its tirade against State election Commission, Trinamool Congress leader and minister Madan Mitra said the SEC will have to "hide behind a veil and wear bangles" after panchayat elections.

Attacking SEC similar to insulting Constitution: Union minister

Referring to West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee`s attacks against State Election Commission (SEC), Union minister Abu Hasem Khan Chowdhury said "insulting" it was similar to insulting Constitution.

Maha poll panel to test `voting day result` plan

The State Election Commission will tomorrow launch a pilot project to declare result on the same day of voting.

WB AG`s `beautiful lady` remark generates controversy

WB Advocate General Bimal Chatterjee`s remark in the Calcutta HC likening the SEC to a beautiful women on Tuesday generated controversy.