Small Political Parties Fail to Campaign Adequately

Small political parties have failed to campaign on a large scale when compared to that of the national party. By Rohit Chatterjee Bengaluru April 10, 2019 The election campaign for the first phase of the Lok Sabha poll has ended. National parties have campaigned to attract voters in every possible way. However, the small parties […]

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Election Duties Conflict with Christian Teachers’ Prayers

Christian government teachers on election duty request leave to offer prayers on Maundy Thursday and Good Friday. By Lanka Samanth Bangalore, April 9, 2019 Some 195 teachers from Bangalore North have submitted a letter to Sanjiv Kumar, Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) of Karnataka, and requested the CEO to exempt them from the election duty on […]

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Former Chief Minister Answers Live on Twitter

The former Chief Minister of Karnataka Siddaramaiah was live on Twitter – answering questions that were posted using the hashtag ‘AskSiddaramaiah’. The Leader of Congress Legislative Party in Karnataka touched on many topics ranging from the Rafale planes deal to questions about Narendra Modi, to his expectations of the upcoming 2019 elections. Siddaramaiah says”We are […]

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Static Surveillance Teams Keep an Eye on Election Month

The Lok Sabha elections are just a few days away and the government has deployed teams to keep surveillance in every possible area. The 2019 Lok Sabha election is going to begin from on April 11. The election is a very complicated process that needs to be looked after every second in order to make […]

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