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57% polling in Ph IV
5 killed in violence in West Bengal, Rajasthan New Delhi, May 7
An estimated 57 per cent of the voters today cast ballots in the fourth and penultimate round of polling in the general elections, amid claims by both the Congress and the BJP that they would emerge as the single largest group in what is widely expected to be a hung Lok Sabha.
turnout in Malwa Majithia under EC
scanner for ‘firing in air’ Chandigarh, May 7
Paramilitary forces coupled
with the will of Punjabis to cast their votes fearlessly won the
day for Punjab with elections to the four parliamentary
constituencies of Patiala, Sangrur, Bathinda and Ferozepur
recording a poll percentage of 68 per cent even as sporadic
incidents of violence left more than 20 persons injured.
Women stand in a queue to cast their vote outside a polling booth in the Sangrur Lok Sabha constituency
on Thursday. Tribune photo: Manoj Mahajan
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relaxed Malwa seals fate of its MPs Chandigarh, May 7
It was more of a holiday
than a polling day for the Malwais as they chose forenoon and
late afternoon to exercise their franchise to seal the fate of
70-odd contestants for four Lok Sabha seats from their region.
pc vote in Haryana Chandigarh, May 7
Haryana broke the trend of low
polling witnessed during the first three phases of General Election this
year in certain states when it reported about 64 per cent voter turnout
for the 10 Lok Sabha seats today.
voting despite I-cards Chandigarh, May 7
A large number of voters across the
state complained that they could not vote despite possessing voter
identity cards. They reached the polling booths but returned
disappointed when they found that their names had been struck off from
the electoral rolls.
polling in Srinagar Srinagar, May 7
While situation remained overall
peaceful and incident free, the Srinagar Lok Sabha constituency recorded
about 24 per cent of polling in the fourth phase today amid bandh in the
Kashmir valley on the call of separatists.
Maya govt, have my support: Mulayam New Delhi, May 7
Faced with a piquant situation
after Samajwadi Party president Mulayam Singh made it clear that he
would only support the party that promised to dismiss Bahujan Samaj
Party (BSP) chief Mayawati's “unconstitutional” government in Uttar
Pradesh, the Congress party on Thursday tried to play safe on the issue.
remain: Hillary Persuading Pakistan about the
urgency to shift focus to the real problem of Taliban President Barack Obama's
administration appears to have made little headway in persuading the
Pakistani government about the urgency to shift focus away from a
perceived threat from India toward a more real problem of the Taliban.
offensive against Taliban 14 militants, including a son
of a hardline cleric, killed Islamabad, May 7
Pakistan tonight announced a fresh
"decisive" military offensive against the Taliban and pressed
ahead with air and ground operation in northwestern tribal belt where
fierce fighting killed nine soldiers and 14 militants, including a son
of a hardline cleric who negotiated the Swat peace deal.
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