Tag: Mysuru Lok Sabha Polls

Traffic diversion and parking facilities
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Traffic diversion and parking facilities

May 21, 2019

Mysore Police diverts traffic near counting centre on May 23 Mysuru:  As the counting of votes polled in the Assembly election for Mysuru-Kodagu Constituency will be taken up on May 23 at Maharani’s Commerce and Management College on Valmiki Road, City Traffic Police have diverted traffic from 6 am to 10 pm on that day….

Election result by 6 pm on May 23, says DC
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Election result by 6 pm on May 23, says DC

May 9, 2019

Mysuru: In all probability, the official result of the Mysuru-Kodagu LS Constituency will be declared by 6 pm or 7 pm on May 23, said Mysuru Deputy Commissioner (DC) Abhiram G. Sankar, who is also the Returning Officer for the Constituency. Speaking to reporters at Maneyangala in Kalamandira premises here this morning after participating in…

EVMs under 3-tier security
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EVMs under 3-tier security

April 19, 2019

Mysuru: Three-tier security has been provided at Maharani’s College of Commerce and Management in Vinayakanagar (Paduvarahalli) where the Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs), Voter Verifiable Paper Audit Trial (VVPAT) machines and the Control Units are stored in strong rooms. Votes were polled across eight Assembly segments (Chamaraja, Narasimharaja, Krishnaraja, Chamundeshwari, Hunsur, Periyapatna, Virajpet and Madikeri) that…

LS Polls: Mysuru region sees marked increase in voter turnout
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LS Polls: Mysuru region sees marked increase in voter turnout

April 19, 2019

Mysuru:  With the polls for 14 Lok Sabha (LS)  Constituencies in the southern part of the State ending yesterday, the figures after the end of the polling show a marked increase in poll percentage in Mysuru-Kodagu, Hassan, Chamarajanagar and Mandya LS segments of  Mysuru region as compared to the previous Lok Sabha polls in 2004…

Missing names leave many mysuru residents dejected
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Missing names leave many mysuru residents dejected

April 19, 2019

State Chief Electoral Officer to order probe into deleted names from voters list Mysuru:  The issue of voters’ names going missing, a common complaint, returned to haunt this Lok Sabha elections too, particularly in several areas of Mysuru. A substantial number of voters holding ID cards issued by the Election Commission could not exercise their…

Deleted names disappoint voters  in Mysuru
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Deleted names disappoint voters in Mysuru

April 18, 2019

Mysuru: In spite of the relentless efforts of the Election Commission and the District Administration to enhance poll percentage, there was a flip side too as there were reports about many enthusiastic voters returning disappointed after finding their names deleted from the list. Nagesh and Jayalakshmi, residents of CFTRI Employees Layout, Bogadi, R. Vijayakumar, a…

Chaos at Chamundeshwari JD(S) meeting in city
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Chaos at Chamundeshwari JD(S) meeting in city

April 5, 2019

Party workers say they will not canvass for coalition candidate in Mysuru-Kodagu GTD tries to placate agitated party workers and requests to follow ‘coalition dharma’ Mysuru: A day after JD(S) leader and District Minister G.T. Devegowda (GTD) and former Chief Minister Siddharamaiah let bygones be bygones and broke the ice by holding talks to strategise…

JD(S) will not be accountable if coalition candidate loses: GTD
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JD(S) will not be accountable if coalition candidate loses: GTD

April 5, 2019

Mysuru:  After the JD(S) party workers meeting at a private hotel in city this morning, Mysuru District Minister G.T. Devegowda (GTD) reportedly said that JD(S) leaders will not be held responsible if coalition candidate C.H. Vijayashankar loses the election. He, however, denied the statement later and said that his words have been misconstrued. When a…

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