2008, Chandigarh, India
Updated at 3:00 am (IST)
About 65% turnout Srinagar, November 23
About 65 per cent of polling was registered in six constituencies of Ganderbal and Rajouri districts in the second phase of elections today, which passed off peacefully barring stray incidents of stone pelting in Ganderbal area.
Women wait in a long queue outside a polling station at Lar to cast their vote during the second phase of the Jammu and Kashmir assembly elections in Ganderbal district, some 40 km from Srinagar, on Sunday. Tribune photo: Amin War
Annual conference of
DGPs and IGPs
PM calls for setting up task force Police should gather active intelligence
in a way not detrimental to their image
Must be seen to be fair to minorities. Cautions
that scale of terror likely to grow in future New Delhi, November 23
The Prime Minister Manmohan Singh did some tough talk with the country’s top police forces on Sunday while speaking at the annual conference of Director-Generals and Inspectors Generals of police in the Capital.
He was addressing the police top brass on the concluding day of the
Rajasthan BSP to contest all 200 seats
Banks on social engineering formula
Keeping in view the historical background of politics in the desert state of Rajasthan, it appears to be a straight fight between the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the Congress in the ensuing assembly elections.
holds the key Days of Raj not over in this part of India
A king is a king and he also remains the ruler. The fact that for 14 centuries the family of Maharaja Vishvender Singh ruled over Bharatpur is the only fact that the voters of this constituency need to
Madhya Pradesh Rewa’s ‘white tiger’ fights for survival Bhopal, November 23
The white tiger happens to be Rewa’s gift to the nation. It was Maharaja Martand Singh, the erstwhile ruler of Rewa in Madhya Pradesh, who bred the first white tiger in the early 1950s. Thanks to inbreeding, the white tiger is, today, fighting a grim battle for survival.
Rajasthan EC appoints micro-observers
With a view to increase independent monitoring at the polling station level, the Election Commission of India has introduced the concept of “micro-observers”.
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