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Final voter turnout in Bihar recorded at 56% |Voting ends in Chhattisgarh with 62% voter turnout | Udhampur, J&K records 61% voting | 62% final vote turnout in Jharkhand |61 percent polling in Karnataka, 50 percent in Bangalore | Around 52% voting witnessed in Madhya Pradesh by 5:00 PM | Around 48% voting witnessed in Maharashtra by 3:00 PM | Manipur records 74 percent polling | Odisha voter turnout reaches 70% |Over 63 percent vote in Rajasthan | Uttar Pradesh records around 58.86% polling | 78% poll recorded till 5.30 pm in West Bengal |Phase 6 of General Elections 2014 will be held on 24-04-2014 in Assam |Final voter turnout in Bihar recorded at 56% |Voting ends in Chhattisgarh with 62% voter turnout | Udhampur, J&K records 61% voting | 62% final vote turnout in Jharkhand |Around 52% voting witnessed in Madhya Pradesh by 5:00 PM | Around 48% voting witnessed in Maharashtra by 3:00 PM | Phase 6 of General Elections 2014 will be held on 24-04-2014 in Puducherry |Over 63 percent vote in Rajasthan | Phase 6 of General Elections 2014 will be held on 24-04-2014 for 39 seats in Tamil Nadu |Phase 6 of Assembly Elections 2014 will be held on 24-04-2014 for 1 seats in Tamil Nadu |Uttar Pradesh records around 58.86% polling | 78% poll recorded till 5.30 pm in West Bengal |Phase 5 General (Lok Sabha ) Elections ended in all 12 states | Kumar Vishwas files nomination from Amethi | Kejriwal target of stones in Varanasi | Trinamool captured 147 polling booths in Bengal: Left Front | Congress heads likely to roll in Kerala
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UP advocate general hauled up for campaigning for SP


The Election Commission Has Indicted The Advocate General Of Uttar Pradesh For Using The State Chopper And Addressing An Election Rally Favouring The Ruling Samajwadi Party. The Poll Panel Has Also Ordered That The Charges Of The Helicopter Service Will Be Deducted From The Salary Of The Law Officer, V.C. Mishra. Source: IANS  

High polling gives new hope to INLD in Haryana


Pollsters May Not Be Giving Too Many Seats To The Indian National Lok Dal (INLD), Haryana's Main Opposition Party, In The State's Recently Held Lok Sabha Elections, But The Turnout Of Voters In Assembly Constituencies Of INLD Legislators Is Making The Party Upbeat About The Results. Some Of The Biggest Turnouts In The April 10 Lok Sabha Polling Were In Constituencies Where The INLD Dominates. Haryana's 10 Lok Sabha Seats, With Nearly 16.1 Million Voters, Recorded Over 72 Percent Polling This Time.

Ajit Pawar forces to vote for Sule, claims AAP


The Aam Admi Party (AAP) Has Released A Video Which Shows Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar Threatening The Villagers To Vote For His Cousin Supriya Sule, The NCP Candidate From Baramati Else He Will Cut Off Their Water Supply. Suresh Khopde, The AAP Candidate From Baramati Has Filed A Police Complaint.

BJP asks for re-polling in Pune


The General Elections 2014 In Pune Were Filled With Unwanted Incidents. Several Voters Complained That The EVMs Were Not Working Properly. Many People Also Alleged That Their Names Were Not There In The Voters List. As A Result, The BJP Has Asked For Re-polling In Pune.

Kejriwal target of stones in Varanasi


Aam Aadmi Party Leader Arvind Kejriwal Faced A Barrage Of Stones And Brickbats Thrown At Him By Over A Dozen Youth Shouting "Har Har Modi, Ghar Ghar Modi" Slogans Near The Banaras Hindu University Campus Thursday Evening, Police And Eyewitnesses Said. One Unidentified Youth Was Arrested. Source: IANS  

Thundering Thursday for poll rallies in Tamil Nadu


It Was A Thundering Thursday In Tamil Nadu With Political Leaders Carrying Out No Holds Barred Oral Fights On The Election Arena. Retaliating To BJP Prime Ministerial Candidate Narendra Modi's Constant Jibe At Him As "recounting Minister", Union Finance Minister P.Chidambaram, Who Is Not Contesting Himself And Has Fielded His Son In The Election, Termed Modi An "encounter Minister" Referring To The Alleged Staged Killings By Police In Gujarat. Source: IANS

65 percent polling in Karnataka's 28 LS seats


An Estimated 65 Percent Polling Was Recorded In All The 28 Lok Sabha Constituencies Across Karnataka, With 54 Percent Average Voting In The Three Bangalore Seats, A Senior Official Said. "Polling Was By And Large Peaceful In The State Barring Minor Incidents. At The End Of Polling 6 P.m., Around 65 Percent Of Votes Were Cast In All The 28 Parliamentary Seats. As Many Voters Were In Polling Booths At Closing Time, The Overall Voting Percentage Is Likely To Go Up By Couple Of Points," State Chief Electoral Officer Anil Kumar Jha Told Reporters Here Late Thursday. Source: IANS

NDA's economic policy to focus on job creation, says Modi


BJP's Prime Ministerial Candidate Narendra Modi Thursday Hit Out At A Congress Woman Minister From The State For Stalling Infrastructural Projects In Tamil Nadu, And Promised An Economic Policy That Would Provide Jobs To The Youth. Addressing An Election Rally In Erode Town, Known For Its Textiles And Turmeric, Around 400 Km From Chennai, The Bharatiya Janata Party Leader Said: "The Economy Would Be Reoriented With Job Creation At The Centre." Source: IANS

Andhra industrialist files nominations as candidate of BJP, TDP


An Industrialist In Andhra Pradesh Has Filed Nominations For Narsapur Lok Sabha Constituency As The Candidate Of Both BJP And TDP, Which Have Entered Into Electoral Alliance. Raghurama Krishnamraju Filed Two Separate Set Of Nominations Each As The Candidate Of The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), To Which He Belongs, And Also Of The Telugu Desam Party (TDP), Whose President N. Chandrababu Naidu Is Considered Close To Him. Source: IANS

FIR against Rakhi Birla for poll violation


An FIR Has Been Filed Against AAP Candidate Rakhi Birla For Violating The Model Code Of Conduct, The Election Commission (EC) Said Thursday. "Rakhi Birla Was Spotted On The Premises Of A Polling Station In Mangolpuri April 10 With The Party's Cap On. This Was In Violation Of The Model Code Of Conduct. We Complained To The Delhi Police And An FIR Has Been Lodged Against Her," Said Ankur Garg, Chief Nodal Officer At The EC In Delhi.   Source: IANS

Rahul Gandhi accuses BJP of dividing country


Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi Thursday Accused The BJP Of "dividing" The Country Into Two Parts And Said His Party Wants A "united" India. "If The BJP (Bharatiya Janata Party) Comes To Power, The Country Will Fall In The Grip Of Only Five To Six Very Rich People," Gandhi Said While Addressing A Rally Here. Source: IANS

Manipur records 74 percent polling


Around 74 Percent Of The 874,000 Voters Cast Their Ballot Thursday For The Second Lok Sabha Seat In Manipur, Officials Said. An Election Commission Official Said Polling Took Place Peacefully For The Inner Manipur Seat, And No Untoward Incident Was Reported. "Balloting Was Completely Peaceful," He Added. Source: IANS

61 percent polling in Karnataka, 50 percent in Bangalore


Around 61 Percent Voting Was Reported Across Karnataka Where Polling Was Held In All The 28 Lok Sabha Constituencies, While It Was About 50.6 Percent In The Three Seats In Bangalore. "Polling Ended Peacefully At 6 P.m. In All The 28 Parliamentary Constituencies Across The State. As Per The Provisional Figures Available With Us, An Average Of 60.75 Percent Voting Took Place Till 6 P.m.," Chief Electoral Officer A.K. Jha Told IANS Here. Source: IANS

Over 63 percent vote in Rajasthan


Over 63 Percent Of 34 Million Eligible Voters Cast Their Ballot In Rajasthan's 20 Lok Sabha Constituencies That Went To The Polls Thursday. Voting Took Place In Jaipur, Jaipur Rural, Sikar, Jhunjhunu, Churu, Bikaner, Nagaur, Jodhpur, Barmer, Jalore, Udaipur, Chittorgarh, Sri Ganganagar, Bhilwara, Ajmer, Rajsamand, Pali, Kota, Jhalawar And Banswara Constituencies. Source: IANS

Trinamool captured 147 polling booths in Bengal: Left Front


West Bengal's Opposition Left Front Thursday Accused The Ruling Trinamool Congress Of Capturing Nearly 150 Polling Booths During The First Phase Of Lok Sabha Elections In West Bengal. It Also Thanked The Election Commission For Taking Steps After Receiving Complaints Of Electoral Malpractices. Source: IANS

Mamata safe after fire breaks out in her hotel room


A Fire Broke Out In West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee's Hotel Room In Malda District Thursday Evening But She Was Evacuated In Time And Is Safe, Party Leaders Said. "She Was In The Room When The Fire Broke...She Is Safe," Tweeted Trinamool National Spokesperson Derek O'Brien. Banerjee, Who Was In Malda For The Election Campaign, Had Stayed At A Private Hotel Called Golden Park In Narayanpur.  Source: IANS

Never extended favour to Himachal cricket body: Dhumal


 BJP Leader Prem Kumar Dhumal Thursday Dismissed The Allegations That He Extended Favour To The Himachal Pradesh Cricket Body During His Tenure As Chief Minister. Dhumal, Also Leader Of The Opposition, Said The Charges Were "politically Motivated". Source: IANS

Congress heads likely to roll in Kerala


Heads Could Soon Roll In The Congress In Kerala After An Assessment Of The Party's Lok Sabha Election Performance And Action Against Errant Leaders. Party Sources Said State Congress President V.M. Sudheeran This Week Asked All The 14 District Presidents To Submit A Detailed Report By Mondayof The General Elections Held April 10. Source: IANS

Now, Jayalalithaa debunks Modi's Gujarat growth


An Angry Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J. Jayalalithaa Thursday Debunked Gujarat's Growth Story As A Marketing Hype Following BJP Leader Narendra Modi's Criticism Of Her Party/government. Modi, The BJP's Prime Ministerial Candidate, Sunday Charged The AIADMK And DMK For Taking People For Granted And Not Bothering About Their Welfare. Source: IANS

Uma Bharti slams Modi in video


The Congress Thursday Released A Video That Showed BJP Leader Uma Bharti As Describing Her Party's Prime Ministerial Candidate As "vinash Purush" (man Of Destruction). "Innocent Hindus Are Languishing In Jail In Gujarat. Has Narendra Modi Done Anything About It?" Uma Bharti Is Seen Asking In The Video Which Congress Spokesman Abhishek Singhvi Said Was Recorded In Gujarat A Few Years Back. Source: IANS
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