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After Delhi Assembly polls, AAP's Sanjay Singh claims EVMs being moved in 'unauthorised manner'; shares videos on Twitter
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After Delhi Assembly polls, AAP's Sanjay Singh claims EVMs being moved in 'unauthorised manner'; shares videos on Twitter

AAP leader Sanjay Singh alleged that EVMs were being taken from polling booths in an unauthorised manner

Devendra Fadnavis likens Opposition with 'dim-witted child' over EVM charge at Solapur rally; one Congress, two NCP MLAs join BJP
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Devendra Fadnavis likens Opposition with 'dim-witted child' over EVM charge at Solapur rally; one Congress, two NCP MLAs join BJP

Maharashtra chief minister Devendra Fadnavis on Sunday took a dig at the Congress and the NCP over their EVM tampering allegations by equating them with a 'dim-witted child, who blames it on a faulty pen for failing in an exam'

EC yet to receive final tally of matched VVPAT slips, EVM votes; official says no discrepancy reported from 542 seats
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EC yet to receive final tally of matched VVPAT slips, EVM votes; official says no discrepancy reported from 542 seats

The Election Commission has yet to receive a final tally of mandatory matching of paper trail machine slips with EVM results of five randomly picked polling booths in each Assembly segment across all constituencies.

BJP chief Amit Shah claims Opposition is raising questions on EVMs as it is 'rattled by likely defeat'
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BJP chief Amit Shah claims Opposition is raising questions on EVMs as it is 'rattled by likely defeat'

Slamming Opposition parties, Amit Shah said in tweets that they started protesting against EVMs only after sixth phase of polling

Why is EVM manipulation issue being mixed with Lok Sabha exit poll discourse, asks Karnataka Congress’ K Sudhakar
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Why is EVM manipulation issue being mixed with Lok Sabha exit poll discourse, asks Karnataka Congress’ K Sudhakar

Karnataka Congress MLA K Sudhakar questioned why the issue of alleged EVM manipulation was being brought into the discourse about the Lok Sabha exit poll predictions

EC rejects Opposition request for change in counting system; 22 parties wanted VVPAT slips at five polling stations tallied first
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EC rejects Opposition request for change in counting system; 22 parties wanted VVPAT slips at five polling stations tallied first

The Election Commission rejected the Opposition's request to count and tally the EVMs votes with VVPAT slips of five randomly identified polling booths in an Assembly segment before counting officially begins.

Lok Sabha Election Results 2019: Counting of votes involves guarding EVMs, tallying VVPATs and postal ballots, sealing machines
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Lok Sabha Election Results 2019: Counting of votes involves guarding EVMs, tallying VVPATs and postal ballots, sealing machines

The use of EVMs in the Lok Sabha election means the count itself should be simple enough, claims of fraud could make it a laborious affair that could delay the final result.

EC sets up 24-hour control room to monitor complaints related to EVMs, says all lapses will be investigated
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EC sets up 24-hour control room to monitor complaints related to EVMs, says all lapses will be investigated

A 24-hour EVM control room has been made functional in New Delhi at the Nirvachan Sadan to monitor complaints related to EVMs, the Election Commission said.

AAP volunteer tweets clip on EVM 'hack': Sharing unverified news while questioning EC weakens Opposition's narrative
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AAP volunteer tweets clip on EVM 'hack': Sharing unverified news while questioning EC weakens Opposition's narrative

Sharing verified news at this time, such as on EVM tampering, damages the gravity of the Opposition far more than the Election Commission and parties they are attempting to question.

Count VVPAT slips first in five polling stations in each seat, all in case of discrepancies, say Opposition parties to Election Commission
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Count VVPAT slips first in five polling stations in each seat, all in case of discrepancies, say Opposition parties to Election Commission

Leaders representing 22 Opposition parties met the Election Commission in Delhi on Tuesday, demanding that the counting of VVPAT slips at five polling stations be done before the counting of votes

EVM transfer allegations: EC refutes Opposition claim that voting machines being moved around unprotected before counting day
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EVM transfer allegations: EC refutes Opposition claim that voting machines being moved around unprotected before counting day

The Election Commission of India (ECI) on Tuesday dismissed claims by Opposition parties that Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs) are being moved around unprotected ahead of the counting of votes for the ongoing Lok Sabha election 2019 on 23 May. It also rejected allegations of discrepancies at the strong rooms where the EVMs have been kept prior to the announcement of the results on Thursday.

UP CEO says EVMs stored in 'sealed strong rooms', advises against panic as rumours of tampering spread on social media
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UP CEO says EVMs stored in 'sealed strong rooms', advises against panic as rumours of tampering spread on social media

The Chief Electoral Officer of Uttar Pradesh on Tuesday reiterated that polled EVMs are safe in the sealed strong rooms which are under surveillance and also urged people to keep faith in the poll commission.

Daily Bulletin: Shah, Modi to meet BJP ministers, NDA leaders; Opposition team to knock on EC's doors, day's top stories
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Daily Bulletin: Shah, Modi to meet BJP ministers, NDA leaders; Opposition team to knock on EC's doors, day's top stories

Today's top stories: BJP chief Amit Shah and Prime Minister Narendra Modi will meet BJP ministers, NDA leaders today; an Opposition team will knock on the EC's doors again with complaints on EVM tampering; the Maharashtra women's panel has called Vivek Oberoi's tweets disrespectful; and more.

Ex-Assam DGP Harekrishna Deka alleges EVM tampering after casting vote in Gauhati, says didn't complain fearing punishment
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Ex-Assam DGP Harekrishna Deka alleges EVM tampering after casting vote in Gauhati, says didn't complain fearing punishment

Former Assam DGP Harekrishna Deka has alleged that the voter-verifiable paper audit trail (VVPAT) machine at a polling booth had malfunctioned as the machine displayed some other name and not the one he had voted for. Deka, however, said he did not lodge a formal complaint fearing punishment if the claim is not proved.

Supreme Court seeks EC's response after hearing 21 Opposition parties' plea for audit of 50% of EVMs with VVPAT
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Supreme Court seeks EC's response after hearing 21 Opposition parties' plea for audit of 50% of EVMs with VVPAT

A Supreme Court bench comprising Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi, Justice Deepak Gupta and Justice Sanjiv Khanna listed the plea on EVM audits, filed by the opposition leaders for 25 March and asked the EC to depute an officer to assist the court.

Tampering charge against EVMs part of a motivated slugfest, says CEC Sunil Arora; claims 'most parties' find machines trustworthy
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Tampering charge against EVMs part of a motivated slugfest, says CEC Sunil Arora; claims 'most parties' find machines trustworthy

Chief Election Commissioner Sunil Arora said on Tuesday that "most parties" have reposed their faith in Electronic Voting Machines, but expressed regret that some sections made it part of a "motivated slugfest".

EVM tampering: Case pertaining to Syed Shuja’s allegations at London event transferred to Delhi Police’s Special Cell
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EVM tampering: Case pertaining to Syed Shuja’s allegations at London event transferred to Delhi Police’s Special Cell

The EVM tampering case pertaining to Syed Shuja's allegations at a London event, attended by Kapil Sibal, was transferred to Delhi Police Special Cell

Lok Sabha poll results 2019: Former AAP polling agent and techie explains why EVMs can't be scammed
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Lok Sabha poll results 2019: Former AAP polling agent and techie explains why EVMs can't be scammed

In the poll season, claims of EVM manipulation have become part of our everyday news cycle — science be damned.

EVM hacking charge: CEC Sunil Arora says India 'won't be intimidated, bullied' into going back to ballot papers
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EVM hacking charge: CEC Sunil Arora says India 'won't be intimidated, bullied' into going back to ballot papers

Three days after self proclaimed cyber expert Syed Shuja claimed that EVMs could be hacked, Chief Election Commissioner Sunil Arora said there is no way the country will be "intimidated, bullied or coerced" into going back to the ballot paper system.

Kapil Sibal lends London 'hackathon' undeserved gravitas, gives BJP opportunity to corner Congress on EVMs
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Kapil Sibal lends London 'hackathon' undeserved gravitas, gives BJP opportunity to corner Congress on EVMs

Kapil Sibal’s presence also raises the question whether the Congress endorses such wild conspiracy theories