As voting began on Saturday for the 70-member Delhi Assembly, long queues of voters, including first-time voters, were seen at Shaheen Bagh, the site of the anti-CAA protests.672 candidates are contesting the Delhi polls.
On the polling day, Delhi has witnessed a verbal spat of a political leader. Ex-AAP MLA Alka Lamba had a verbal spat with an Aam Aadmi Party worker at polling booth number -126 and 123.
BJP leader Ram Madhav arrives at a polling station in Jhandewalan area, in Karol Bagh assembly constituency. AAP has fielded its sitting MLA Vishesh Ravi from here. BJP's Yogendra Chandolia and Congress' Gaurav Dhanak are contesting from here
Voting for DelhiElections 2020 to take place today, 70 assembly constituencies to undergo polling. Voting to begin at 8 AM.
Delhi election 2020: The Delhi poll is just a day away and around 2 crore voters will vote to choose their representatives and decide the fate of the three major parties – Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and Congress in the national capital.
Delhi Assembly Election 2020: The voting of Delhi assembly election is scheduled for February 8. While having a valid and functional voter identity card is of prime importance, people need to ensure their respective names are on the voter list and all their details are up to date.
Union Home Minister and former Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) chief Amit Shah has instructed all party cadres to ensure that they cast their votes by 10 a.m
A day before the Delhi Assembly polls, the Shiv Sena on Friday heaped praises on Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal for his government's "ideal" work in the last five years. replicated the 'Delhi model' of development in other states
The Delhi Police is appealing to people to ensure that their protests do not hamper the polling process and cause inconvenience, a senior officer said on Wednesday.
In a first, the February 8 Delhi Assembly polls will have 11 Artificial Intelligence (AI) equipped polling constituencies, one from each district in the national capital, the Delhi Election Commission said on Tuesday, adding that QR code enabled digital photo voter slips will save a lot of time which goes in finding out voters' names in the electoral rolls.
Polling will be held from 8 am to 5 pm, he added. Over 10,000 candidates are in the fray, while the number of eligible voters is 40,05,353, including 20,00,303 women and 443 third gender persons.
An estimated 62.54 per cent of over 47 lakh electorate cast their votes in the fourth phase of Jharkhand Assembly elections to 15 seats on Monday, Election Commission (EC) officials said.
Polling in 15 constituencies including 5 naxal affected constituencies of Bagodar, Jamua (SC), Giridh, Dumri and Tundi will begin at 7 am. While the polling in the 5 naxal affected constituencies will end at 3 pm, in other constituencies, voters will be able to cast their votes till 5 pm.
A total of 47,85,009 electorate, including 22,44,134 women and 81 third gender voters, are eligible to cast their franchise in the fourth round of the Assembly elections.
Former Union Minister & BJP MP Jayant Sinha at a polling booth in Hazaribagh to cast his vote. Polling is underway in 17 constituencies in the state for the third phase of Jharkhand elections.
The Election Commission and police have made elaborate arrangements for the smooth conduct of the bypolls in all the 15 constituencies in Karnataka. Out of a total 42,509 personnel deployed for election management, 19,299 are polling personnel.
"The average voting percentage was 75.48 per cent. The turnout was 77.17 per cent in Kaliaganj, 67.62 in Kharagpur Sadar and 81.23 in Karimpur," the EC said.
A group of unidentified gunmen open fire on two buses on two buses carrying voters in Sri Lanka's Mannar district on Saturday as polling was underway for the island nation's presidential election
In the first phase, polling will take place in 13 Assembly seats -- Chatra, Gumla, Vishunpur, Lohardagga, Manika, Latehar, Panki, Daltanganj, Vishrampur, Chatarpur, Harwah, Hussainabad and Bhavanathpur