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Chhattisgarh tape controversy: Congress expels Amit Jogi for six years

Chhattisgarh tape controversy: Congress expels Amit Jogi for six years

Amit Jogi, the legislator from Chhattisgarh's Marwahi Constituency, has been expelled from the Congress for six years.

Relief for Sharif as probe rejects rigging in 2013 polls

 In a huge relief for Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, a high-level probe by the Supreme Court on Thursday absolved his party of allegedly rigging the 2013 general election which the PML-N won by a landslide.

Khan`s lawmakers to resign in Pakistan poll row

Pakistani opposition politician Imran Khan`s party announced on Monday it is to renounce all its parliamentary seats, in a bitter row with the government over alleged poll rigging.

CPI(M) alleges unfair means in polls, TMC denies

The Opposition CPI(M) on Wednesday alleged intimidation and booth capturing by the Trinamool Congress in the fourth phase of elections in six parliamentary seats in West Bengal.

EC rejects AAP complaints of booth capturing in Amethi

Aam Aadmi Party on Wednesday complained to the Election Commission that several booths in Amethi in UP have been captured, but the poll panel found the charge to be unfounded after verification and said voting there was progressing peacefully.

BJP complains to EC over booth rigging, poll violence

A day after Bharatiya Janata Party`s (BJP) prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi hit out at the Election Commission of India for failing to curb alleged rigging during polls in some states, the party on Monday lodged a complaint with the poll watchdog.

Arunachal BJP claims rigging in polls

BJP in Arunachal Pradesh has alleged massive rigging in polls in the state and has demanded in writing from the chief electoral officer about breakdown or failure of CCTV recordings if any.

Philippines` Arroyo pleads not guilty to poll rigging

Former Philippine President Gloria
Arroyo on Thursday pleaded not guilty to rigging the 2007 senatorial

Campaigning wraps up ahead of Tunisia`s landmark elections

Campaigning closes in Tunisia two days before its first democratic elections, as the
birthplace of the Arab Spring celebrated the fall of its
latest victim, Libya`s Muammar Gaddafi.