The full bench of the Election Commission of India on Thursday met representatives of civil society organisations, who demanded necessary
The Supreme Court on Wednesday sought Centre’s response on a PIL seeking to restrict a candidate from contesting from more than one constituency
The Election Commission has ordered a probe into the Karnataka Assembly election dates being tweeted allegedly even before it had announced it.
The Election Commission on Tuesday announced the polling schedule for 224-member Karnataka assembly. The state will vote in single phase
Sitting on a keg facing disqualification of 20 MLAs in the office of profit case, the Aam Aadmi Party on Friday got a major reprieve by Delhi
An Election Commission’s directive restricting selling of EVMs by two designated public sector undertakings was objected to by state
The Election commission has recommended disqualification of 20 MLAs of Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), accuse of holding the office of profit. The issue
The fate of 337 candidates including Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh and his predecessor Prem Kumar Dhumal will be known by Monday afternoon.
The Election Commission on Sunday withdrew notice to Congress president Rahul Gandhi over his TV interviews during Gujarat polls, and said it
One hour after start of counting of votes in Gujarat, arch rivals BJP and Congress seemed locked in a neck to neck race for the seats in this
The Supreme Court has refused to entertain a plea of the Gujarat Congress seeking counting of at least 20 per cent of the paper trail slips or
EC said it violated the election law and directed the Gujarat poll authorities to lodge FIR against anyone for infringement of legal provisions.
After its proposal to bar candidates from contesting for failure to clear utility dues, the Election Commission now wants a similar treatment to
The Election commission will hear the final arguments on the possible disqualification of 21 AAP MLAs in the office of profit case. The hearing