The Election Commission needs to act, and act fast, not just to save its own credibility, but to restore the wavering faith of the people in the institution of democracy.
Gujarat election: With polling underway in first phase, voters complain of EVM, VVPAT glitches across state
As of 12 pm on Saturday, Gujarat recorded 31 percent voting as in the first phase of the state Assembly election amid reports of EVM and VVPAT glitches
Gujarat Assembly Election 2017: Congress urges EC to look into EVM malfunctioning as first phase of polling begins
The Congress party on Saturday urged the Election Commission to look into the malfunctioning of Electronic Voting Machines as Gujarat began its first phase polling.
VVPAT row: SC declines to pass 'advance ruling' on plea challenging discretionary power of returning officers
Ahead of the Gujarat Assembly polls, the Supreme Court on Monday refused to pass any order on a plea challenging the discretionary power of a returning officer to refuse counting of the paper trail from VVPAT machines.
Virginia agreed to stop using paperless touchscreen voting machines that had been flagged by cyber security experts as potentially vulnerable to hackers.
AAP welcomed Election Commission's decision to verify five percent of EVMs with VVPAT but urged it to increase this to 25 per cent.
The EVM challenge to be conducted by the election commission will be held as scheduled on Saturday, after the Uttarakhand High Court rejects stay
The EC on Thursday rejected the demand of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) to allow them to tamper with the motherboard of the EVM's during the challenge.
Senior AAP leader Kumar Vishwas, skipped a major party event, sparking whispers that the truce in the organisation may be short-lived.
Election Commission says EVM challenge will start from 3 June, assures that machines are tamper-proof
The challenge to prove that EVMs can be tampered with will start from 3 June, the Election Commission announced on Saturday.
It may come as a surprise but electronic voting is not the prevailing choice among the world's democracies, though most forward-looking nations are aspiring to go electronic to cast ballots.
The best way is to accept the challenge of the AAP and ask it to change the motherboard in 90 seconds to manipulate test voting and results. It would not only settle the doubts over EVMs once for all, but also save the commission from unnecessary criticism.
New Delhi: Amid an intense debate on whether EVMs were tamper-proof, the AAP on Tuesday held a "live demonstration" in the Delhi Assembly on how the voting machines can be rigged, a claim trashed by the Election Commission, which said a "duplicate" gadget was hacked.
AAP gives demonstration of 'EVM tampering'; BJP says 'drama' to avert attention from Arvind Kejriwal
New Delhi: The AAP on Tuesdsay "demonstrated" ways to "rig EVMs" in the Delhi Assembly, which the BJP said was an attempt to divert attention from charges of "bribery" against Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal.
New Delhi: Delhi BJP president Manoj Tiwari on Tuesday demanded that the Election Commission of India derecognise the Aam Admi Party for allegedly providing "wrong information" to various authorities about donations received by it.
Arvind Kejriwal frequently refers to Aam Admi Party as a 'movement'.
Trust Arvind Kejriwal to invent new theories to protect his moral halo, charisma and integrity.
Though the CEC did not specifically mention the recent controversy, he was apparently referring to Opposition parties questioning the reliability of the EVM
On Wednesday, the EC has thrown an open challenge to political parties doubting the veracity of the recently conducted Assembly elections, especially in UP, where the BJP has secured a massive win.
Election Commission to send team of top officials to MP to supervise bypolls after row over 'faulty' EVM
The Election Commission on Saturday decided to send a team of top officials to Madhya Pradesh following media reports that EVMs deployed for an assembly bypoll was only dispensing slips of the BJP symbol during a demonstration exercise.