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Indelible ink mark on voter's forefinger to be bigger

Now the proof that you have voted is set to get bigger and bolder.

J&K polls: Home delivery of voter enrolment service launched in Kathua

To provide a last chance to voters in Kathua district who have so far not enrolled their names in the voter list, the election commission has launched a home delivery of voter enrolment service for them.

MLA booked, two aides arrested for alleged attack on voter in Bihar

Police were looking for JD(U) MLA Amrendra Kumar Pandey and arrested his two aides after they were booked for alleged attack on a voter in Bihar`s Gopalganj today.

SC to examine if right to vote distinct from right to contest

The Supreme Court Wednesday said it would examine if right to vote was distinct from right to contest an election.

Voter ID to be valid as address proof: Poll panel

The Elector`s Photo Identity Cards (EPIC) will be treated as residential proof of a citizen in India, an Election Commission official said on Tuesday.

Voter to get paper receipt after casting ballot: EC tells SC

EC told SC that it would soon incorporate a paper trail & issue a paper receipt to each voter after ballot is cast through Electronic Voting Machine.

Independent India`s first voter casts ballot in HP

HP`s oldest voter Shyam Saran Negi exercised his franchise along with his wife.

Voter details may soon be available on Google Map

The next Delhi assembly election may see the electorate accessing google maps for various poll related information like location of polling booth and checking their names in the electoral rolls.

No voter without photo ID in Ahmedabad

Ahmedabad district has become the first in the country where every registered voter will have an EPIC before the next state Assembly elections.

Two held with haul of fake voter identity cards

Two persons were arrested with a haul of fake voter identity cards, seals and scanned signatures of officials from different places.

Over 70% voter turnout in 13th phase of J&K panchayat polls

Polling for the 13th phase of
panchayat elections in nine blocks of Jammu and Kashmir ended
on Thursday with 73.18 per cent voters casting their ballot, an
official spokesman said.

Tamil Nadu voter seeks leniency for Kanimozhi

With DMK MP Kanimozhi`s bail
plea to be decided a day after the results of Tamil Nadu polls, a voter from the state moved a Delhi
court saying an adverse order against her would affect the
rights of citizens represented by her.

70% turnout in by-poll to decide Jharkhand CM`s fate

About 70 percent polling took place in Jharkhand`s Kharsawa assembly by-election that will decide whether Chief Minister Arjun Munda will remain in the post or not.

Massive voter turnout in Phase I of HP panchayat polls

Polling for the first phase of
panchayat election in Himachal Pradesh was held peacefully
today with enormous voter turnout in many places.

82 Assam seats recorded very high voter rise: BJP

Claiming that 82 of the 126 assembly constituencies in Assam have registered record growths of voters, the BJP on Wednesday accused the Congress governments of failing to delete the names of illegal voters from electoral rolls.

Myanmar says voter turnout was 77 per cent

Myanmar`s Election Commission
announced voter turnout, a month after widely criticised
elections, saying 77 per cent of the country`s 29 million
eligible voters cast ballots.

Nigeria to start voter registration in January

Nigeria`s election commission has
stepped up preparation for the presidential polls slated to
take place next year in April as the it will start registering
voters by January.

Guj Cong alleges irregularities in voter list, complains to EC

Congress on Friday alleged that there
were severe irregularities in the electoral rolls in Gujarat
and the sheer numbers of "bogus voters" could affect the
results of elections in the Narendra Modi-ruled state.

Brown calls voter `bigoted` in campaign gaffe

Prime Minister Gordon Brown was caught out calling a voter a "bigoted woman" Wednesday, in an embarrassing gaffe on the campaign trail barely a week before the general election.

UN data shows huge discrepancies in Afghan voter turnout

United Nations data on Afghan voter turnout kept confidential substantiates allegations of fraud with estimated number of voters in some provinces exceeding by 100,000 votes or more.