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Wednesday, April 28, 2004
DC transferred for conducting exit polls
RAIPUR, APRIL 27. The Election Commission today transferred the Mahasamund District Collector in Chhattisgarh, for conducting exit poll during April 20 Lok Sabha polls for the seat from where former Chief Minister Ajit Jogi of Congress is pitted ...
Chautala to complain against Governor
NEW DELHI, APRIL 27.Peeved at Haryana Governor Babu Parmanand's alleged speech seeking votes for BJP, Chief Minister Om Prakash Chautala will write to President A P J Abdul Kalam in a day or two complaining against the Constitutional head of the ...
CPI (M) offers issue-based support to Congress
SHIMLA, APRIL 27. The State Committee of Himachal Pradesh CPI (M) will extend a critical and issue-based support to the Congress candidates in all the four Lok Sabha constituencies in the State. This was disclosed by the State Secretary of the ...
EC seeks explanation from officers for calling on Advani
BHOPAL, APRIL 27.The Chief Election Commissioner today sought explanation from four senior officers of Madhya Pradesh for calling on the BJP stalwart and Deputy Prime Minister, L. K. Advani, here during his campaign tour and asked the bureaucrats ...
SP rejects Congress demand
BHOPAL, APRIL 27. Attacking senior Congress leader Arjun Singh for asking Samajwadi Party to withdraw all its candidate for Lok Sabha polls in Madhya Pradesh, party's national secretary Sunilam today said Mr. Singh's appeal is `meaningless' as ...
The Balmiki factor in Ambala
AMBALA, APRIL 27.Would the Balmiki factor become the deciding issue in the outcome of the poll result for the Ambala Reserved constituency? A debate is raging in intellectual and political circles whether the "support'' extended by a prominent ...
New turn to Chandigarh Club row
CHANDIGARH, APRIL 27.The prestigious Chandigarh Club here has been embroiled in yet another controversy even as the results of the election of the executive body have been stayed by the Punjab and Haryana High Court. Polling had taken place on ...
Shift seen in BJP's core vote base in U.P.
LUCKNOW, APRIL 27. Polling trends in the first phase of elections in 32 of the 80 seats in Uttar Pradesh indicate that the fears of the BJP about a considerable loss in its core upper caste vote base is turning into reality. In all the elections ...
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