10 April, 2014 – Election updates from India

10 April 2014 – Indian Election 2014

1. Live: Pace of Delhi polling picks up, over 50 percent votes recorded An impressive 52 percent polling was recorded till 3 pm in the Lok Sabha election for the seven seats in the national capital even as long queues of people were seen at the booths across the city. “52 percent of the 1.27 crore eligible voters cast their votes till 3 pm,” a senior official of Delhi Election Commission said.  http://www.firstpost.com/politics/live-delhi-on-course-to-beat-2013-assembly-polls-record-turnout-1473449.html?utm_source=ref_article

2. Delhi records 40% voters’ turnout till 1 pm http://www.thehindubusinessline.com/news/politics/delhi-records-40-voters-turnout-till-1-pm/article5894752.ece

3.  25% Delhiites cast vote in first four hours of polling http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/home/lok-sabha-elections-2014/news/25-Delhiites-cast-vote-in-first-four-hours-of-polling/articleshow/33549181.cms?

4. Live: Delhi records 52% voting till 3pm, crosses 2009 mark: http://www.hindustantimes.com/elections2014/state-of-the-states/delhi-records-25-turnout-till-11am-sonia-rahul-cast-votes/article1-1206443.aspx

5. Live: 59% polling in Naxal-hit Gadchiroli-Chimur seat: http://www.firstpost.com/politics/live-delhiites-gather-at-poll-booths-to-vote-turnout-over-50-1468459.html?utm_source=ref_article

6. Jaitley is a sinking ship: Capt. Amarinder: http://www.newkerala.com/news/2014/fullnews-36840.html#.U0aSMtL_BOI

7. Impressive voter turnout in most regions: http://www.thehindu.com/news/national/impressive-voter-turnout-in-most-regions/article5894715.ece


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Intercultural Resources is a forum for research and political intervention on issues related to the impacts and alternatives to destructive development. Our effort draws upon the social, cultural, material and intellectual resources that have been generated in the course of dialogues between people of different cultures on questions of social justice, development and self-rule. We are of the view that dialogue can sustain plurality and open possibilities for recovery of the ground lost on account of inter-cultural alienation, which is manifest in a variety of forms of violence that we encounter everyday at different levels of social life. Intercultural Resources is based in Delhi, India. Email: ihpindia@gmail.com

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