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ends on a high note 62 pc polling in last
2 killed in WB
l Scramble for allies on New Delhi, May 13
Curtain rang down on the
massive exercise of voting in the Lok Sabha elections today with
nearly 62 per cent of electorate casting ballots in the fifth
and final phase. Polling was largely peaceful, barring stray
incidents in West Bengal in which two people were killed.
Voters stand in a queue to cast their vote in the Lok Sabha elections at Hoshiarpur on Wednesday. Tribune photo: Manoj Mahajan
keeps all options open Chennai, May 13
AIADMK supremo J
Jayalalithaa, leading the Third Front in Tamil Nadu today said
she was ďkeeping all options open" and will take a
decision after the election results were announced, in
consultation with her allies.
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mars elections in HP Shimla, May 13
The fate of 31 candidates from four
parliamentary constituencies was locked in electronic voting machines as
the hill state recorded a moderate turnout with 58 to 60 per cent of the
electorate exercising their franchise. Polling began on a low key and
only 10 to 12 per cent votes were cast in the first three hours.
Assembly Election Post polls, AP
parties in anti-poaching mode Hyderabad, May 13
With pollsters predicting a hung
Assembly, the political parties in Andhra Pradesh have started
organising camps for their candidates to prevent poaching by rivals.
Particularly, smaller parties feel vulnerable to poaching as their
legislators will be among the most sought-after by major contenders for
power to touch the magic figure of 148 in the 294-member Assembly.
sworn in Meghalaya CM Guwahati, May 13
Senior Congress leader and former
Chief Minister DD Lapang was sworn in as the Chief Minister of Meghalaya
today in the wake of the Centreís decision to withdraw the
Presidentís Rule in the hill state. Governor Ranjit Sekhar Mooshahary
administered the oath of office and secrecy to Lapang at a function in
incidents of violence in Punjab PTC channel telecast stopped by
EC Chandigarh, May 13
An assertive Election Commission
today intervened to stop telecast of a controversial programme on a
television channel during polling in Punjab. The Commissionís
attention was drawn to a panel discussion being aired by PTC channel.
The discussion centred around the Prime Ministerís reported statement
that the Sikh community needed to move on while speaking about the 1984
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