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UP Panchayat Elections: Police lathi charge polling agents in Firozabad, counting begins late in many places

The Police in Firozabad, Uttar Pradesh were forced to lathi charge polling agents during the counting of the Panchayat Elections.

As Allahabad HC issues notice over Covid-19 deaths in UP panchayat polls, read how the same court had ordered the polls, dismissed PIL to...

Allahabad HC had ordered to conclude the UP Panchayat polls by 30 April, and dismissed a PIL to postpone them due to Covid-19

Wife of former MLA and convict Kuldeep Sengar not to contest Uttar Pradesh Panchayat polls after BJP cancels ticket

Sangeeta, the wife of suspended MLA Kuldeep Sengar had been earlier fielded from Ward No. 22 of the Fatehpur Chaurasi seat

BJP leading in Rajasthan rural body polls, party president Nadda says results show farmers and poors trust PM Modi

Bharatiya Janata Party is leading in the Panchayat Samiti and Zila Parishad elections held in 21 districts of Rajasthan

Maharashtra: NCP demands Rs.11,000 as ‘donation’ from aspirants to consider them for Gram Panchayat administrator posts

The NCP leaders in Pune have asked aspirants of the post to pay Rs 11,000 donation to the party to be eligible for the Panchayat Administrator post.

Watch: Congress workers fight amongst each other during election for Zila Panchayat President in Chhattisgarh

The two factions of Congress party workers got into the fight during an election for Zila Panchayat President in Baloda Bazar-Bhatapara district in Chhattisgarh.

Meet Neeta Sodha: Granted Indian citizenship 18 years after she came from Pakistan, contesting Panchayat elections in Rajasthan

18 years after she migrated to India, Neeta Sodha was finally granted citizenship in September 2019.

J&K Block Development Council polls: Voting percentage crosses 98%, Srinagar records highest with 100% voting

The Block Development Council elections were the first elections in J&K abrogation of Article 370

“Muslim law permitting polygamy does not make it mandatory”: Uttarakhand HC says 2-child norm for Panchayat elections is not anti-minoritarian

Uttarakhand High Court ruled that barring candidates having more than 2 children from contesting in elections for Panchayat Raj institutions is not anti-minority

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