West Bengal Election 2021: Voting for Phase 8 slated to be held today; steps to locate polling station
A polling station is a designated place where electors go to cast their vote. A polling booth, on the other hand, is set up by parties and candidates beyond a distance of 200 meters from the polling stations
West Bengal Election 2021 Voting: Don't have a Voter ID card? You can still vote if you have these documents
Don't have your Electors Photo Identity Card or EPIC or Voter's ID? Here's a list of documents that a voter can used a photo identity proof to cast their vote
Each citizen of India who is over 18 years of age and is a domicile of the respective state/UT is ideally eligible to cast their vote in the Assembly polls
Assembly Elections 2021 Updates: EC officials to submit report on Mamata's Nandigram plaint before 6 pm tomorrow
Assembly Elections 2021 LIVE Updates: Rangja Khungur Basumatary told a local TV channel that he had decided to resign from BPF as the party did not lend any helping hand to him during the campaign.
Assembly Election 2021 Phase 2 voting percentage Updates: West Bengal witnesses 80.43% polling, Assam sees 76.96% turnout
Assembly Election 2021 Phase 2 voting percentage LIVE Updates: As per latest figures from the EC's voter turnout app, in Assam, Nalbari district, with 86.69 percent, witnessed the highest turnout while Cachar registered the lowest turnout at 72.28 percent
Bengal Assembly election 2021: Nandigram among 30 seats to vote in Phase 2; full list of constituencies, key candidates in fray
There are a total of 171 candidates in the fray for the 30 seats in phase two of West Bengal polls, including chief minister Mamata Banerjee who is up against BJP's Suvendu Adhikari in Nandigram
West Bengal Election 2021 2nd phase: Voting for 30 seats to begin at 7 am today, all eyes on Nandigram
The EC has deployed around 651 companies of central forces to provide security to 10,620 polling stations, all of which have been declared sensitive
Apparently stung by TMC MLA Tapas Roy's attack on the Left Front-Congress alliance in West Bengal, both the parties walked out of the House separately in protest against Roy's words.