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Delhi polls: First-timers turn up in large numbers to 'get counted'
Delhi polls: First-timers turn up in large numbers to 'get counted'

 Brimming with pride and expectations, first time voters today thronged the polling booths to exercise their franchise in Delhi, which has seen parties going all out to woo the youths during campaigning.

DNA: Delhittes will cast their vote on these eight issues

Here are eight issues that will play a crucial role as Delhittes cast their vote on Saturday.

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Indians largest foreign voter group in UK

 Over six lakh India-born migrants form the UK's largest foreign-born voter population and they could play a decisive role in certain constituencies in the general election in May.

Delhi polls: BJP to woo voters by installing 'water ATMs'?

BJP manifesto for the Delhi assembly elections is likely to a make a slew of promises for the people from all sections. One of it will be setting up of 700 'water ATMs' for dispensing cheap drinking water.

Delhi polls: Political parties' creative ways to attract voters

With the announcement of election dates in Delhi, different political parties are planning unique ways to reach the masses effectively. BBV brings you some such creative ways the parties use to attract voters.

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Rise in number of voters in West Bengal

The number of voters in West Bengal has gone up to 6.37 crore, an increase of 13.14 lakh, according to the final electoral roll released this week.

Jharkhand polls: PM Narendra Modi slams Congress for ignoring tribals

Launching a scathing attack on the Congress, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday said that the former holds meetings everyday to churn out strategies to spread lies and mislead the voters.

PDP files complaint with EC over name of bogus voters

 Opposition PDP candidate from Amirakadal constituency Altaf Bukhari today filed a complaint with Election Commission alleging that some bogus voters have figured in the electoral rolls of his constituency, which goes to polls on Sunday.

Jammu and Kashmir polls: Undeterred by militant attack, voters throng poll station

The daring militant attack on an Army camp here last Friday shook the people of this town, situated close to Line of Control in Kashmir, but it did not deter them from exercising their franchise as voters thronged the polling station this morning.

Turnout in large numbers, Modi urges voters

Prime Minister Narendra Modi Tuesday urged voters in Jammu and Kashmir and Jharkhand to turnout in "record numbers" and cast their ballot in the ongoing Assembly Elections.

Bahrain voters cast ballots in runoff election

Bahraini voters are returning to the polls for a runoff election being boycotted by the opposition for the country's first new parliament since widespread Arab Spring-inspired protests nearly four years ago.

Uttar Pradesh CM Akhilesh Yadav thanks voters

Thanking the voters, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav on Tuesda and said that SP government will continue the work of development in the region.

Amit Shah asks BJP MPs to remain connected with voters

New BJP president Amit Shah Thursday warned party MPs against any disconnect with voters and asked them to remain connected ahead of the forthcoming Assembly Elections in four states and bypolls in some other states.

Voters still bank on agriculturists as their representatives in Parliament!

In the current Lok Sabha, 63 people are from political and social work backgrounds.

Voters lured by money sent in bank accounts during polls: EC

Innovative methods like transfer of funds through the RTGS banking system and concealment of currency wads inside car bonnets were detected by EC as it took steps to curb the use of black money during the just-concluded LS polls.

95 percent of registered Syrian expats voted in embassies: Committee

Syria`s electoral commission said on Saturday that 95 percent of registered expatriate voters took part in a presidential election expected to return incumbent Bashar al-Assad to power, state media said.