Chandra said that among the 95.1 crore voters as on date, 49 crore were male and 46.1 crore female, 1.9 crore senior citizens above 80 years of age, 81.4 lakh persons with disabilities and 19.2 lakh from the services.
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Suneel Darshan's movie Ek Rishtaa - The Bond Of Love completes 21 years
After working with Akshay Kumar in Jaanwar (1999), filmmaker Sunee lDarshan pitted him against veteran actor Amitabh Bachchan for the first time in his directorial venture Ek Rishtaa – The Bond Of Love (2001).
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Mathura court allows lawsuit seeking Shahi Idgah 'removal'
Overturns Its Dismissal From Two Years Ago
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Maruti Suzuki India chairman RC Bhargava and Haryana CM ML Khattar in Gurugram
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Small bowel transplants rare, focus on cadaver donations
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Count Me Out
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Governments in 42 countries use Scytls election software.
Voting for an assembly that might never even assemble
The recent 25th anniversary of New Labour's election triumph served as a reminder that the Good Friday Agreement celebrates its own silver jubilee next year.
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पश्चिम बंगाल की सत्ता में ममता बनर्जी के दस साल पूरे हो चुके हैं। ऐसे में, सवाल उठता है कि क्या राजधर्म के तहत एक नेता की कोई जिम्मेदारी नहीं बनती ?
उपचुनाव : पिछले चुनाव के मुकाबले कम पड़े वोट
आसनसोल में 64.03 % व बालीगंज में 41.10 % पड़े वोट