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Cash for vote: EC to recommend cancelling of polls

Updated : Jun 06, 2016

By : PTI

Category : Politics

Cash for vote: EC to recommend cancelling of polls

The Election Commission (EC) is considering asking the government to change the electoral law to allow it to cancel polls on the ground of 'cash-for-vote' #NewsTracker #Election Commission #Cash-for-vote #Thanjavur #Representation of the People Act #Tamil Nadu Assembly Election 2016 #Aravakurichi
Majority of candidates 'under-report' election expenses, says Election Commission

Updated : Dec 15, 2015

By : hidden hidden

Category : Politics

Majority of candidates 'under-report' election expenses, says Election Commission

The majority of candidates contesting polls in India are "under-reporting" their expenses and inadequate laws to regulate political funds may lead to a "fearful" situation where institutions go under the "control of money" and holding fair polls becomes difficult, Chief Election Commissioner (CEC) Nasim Zaidi said on Tuesday. #NewsTracker #Election Commission #Chief Election Commissioner #Lok Sabha #parliament #Nasim Zaidi #EC #general elections #Representation of the People Act
Bill to negate SC verdict on convicted lawmakers gets Rajya Sabha nod

Updated : Aug 27, 2013

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Category : Politics

Bill to negate SC verdict on convicted lawmakers gets Rajya Sabha nod

Representation of the People (Amendment and Validation) Bill, 2013 provides for a change in the Act of 1951. #Rajya Sabha #NewsTracker #Supreme Court #Representation of the People Act #SC verdict on MPs MLAs
Electoral reforms and India: Two PILs that you should keep your eye on

Updated : Jan 14, 2013

By : Shining Path

Category : Politics

Electoral reforms and India: Two PILs that you should keep your eye on

These two PILs could have far-reaching implications on the quality of politics as well as politicians in India. #ThingsWeLike #Crime #Electoral reforms #PILs #Representation of the People Act