Saturday 24 February 2024

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Politics | Assembly 12

Historic turnout of 82%, Youth break record of Opinion Poll

Goa created a record electoral history by recording 82 per cent turnout for the Assembly poll this time, almost 10 per cent more than in 2007. READ

Goa creates history by crossing 50% polling by 1 pm

Goa is today witnessing historic voters’ turnout, crossing 50 per cent by 1 pm, which has never happened in the electoral history of Goa. READ

EC to probe PM's rally for "communal" propaganda

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's election meeting in Goa on Wednesday has got embroiled in a controversy with the Election Commission launching a probe into alleged distribution of 'communal material' at the venue. READ

10.25 lakh to elect 40 MLAs tomorrow

Elections to the 40-member Legislative Assembly in Goa would be held tomorrow, where 10.25 lakh voters will decide the fate of 215 candidates, including nine women and 74 independents in the fray. READ

Congress shaken up in Salcete

Congress, for the first time in the history of elections in Goa, is struggling hard to retain its hold in most of the total eight constituencies. READ

Will BJP benefit from anti-Vishwajeet-Babush wave?

Goa Assembly poll is definitely hit with a strong wave against Family Raj and for a change. Equally strong is the wave against Vishwajeet Rane and Babush Monseratte, felt in many constituencies of Goa. READ

EC to act if voter gets candidate's voter's slip

Election Commission is planning to act against the voters if they come with a slip provided by the candidate. READ

MGP-BJP alliance claims 25 seats

The alliance of the Bharatiya Janata Party and the Maharashtrawadi Gomantak Party has claimed that it would win not less than 25 seats, with absolute majority. READ

"Send back persons of unknown origin": BJP

With two more days to go for Goa assembly polls, the BJP has requested the Election Commission to ask persons with unknown origin and those not linked to their constituency to vacate the area in ... READ

Development; but not by environment destruction: PM

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Wednesday said the ruling Congress wants development of Goa but not at the cost of environment, which has emerged as a key issue in the coastal state going to the ... READ

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