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Microsoft Tests Software Called “Election Guard” To Make Voting Secure

Microsoft has begun testing its free open-source software called "ElectionGuard" in a small Wisconsin town in the US that aims to make voting more...

Over 81% Delhiites Received Fake News On Social Media During Assembly Elections, Reveals Survey

Over 81 per cent of Delhi's population received fake news through various social media platforms as the Assembly elections neared, according to a new...

Blockchain to Support User Voting on the Fight to Fame Show

At some point in our lives, you’ve probably voted for our favorite contestant in some competition or reality show. While not necessarily understanding how...

The Modi Analysis: CVOTER Claims Most of The People Satisfied With The Prime Minister

Narendra Modi continues to come up to the expectations of voters as there has been no change in the high satisfaction level with Prime...

Twitter’s New Tool Will Help Reporting Misleading Information About Voting

In an attempt to bar people from using its services for the purpose of manipulating the Lok Sabha elections, Twitter on Wednesday announced a...

Entire Hindus of a Village Barred from Voting

Salil Gewali What has been happening in the West Bengal during the TMC rule is beyond what one really can imagine. The Mamata government has...

Vote Amid Tight Security, Indonesia Elections Witness Higher Youth Participation

Indonesians voted in national and regional elections Wednesday with President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo widely expected to win a second term. However, late reports suggest...

2019 Elections in India: Good Economics Makes For Good Politics

BY: AMIT KAPOOR The Indian elections that kicked off on Thursday are a democratic exercise the likes of which the world has never seen. In...

Thailand Voters Get To Vote For The First Time Since 2014 Coup

  Voters in Thailand were heading to the polls Sunday in the country’s first election since the military ousted an elected government in a 2014...

No Right to Vote for Kashmiri Pandits? Voting Difficulties to be discussed with Election Commission of India

New Delhi, May 11, 2017: A BJP delegation on Thursday apprised the Election Commission of the deletion of names of Kashmiri Pandits from the electoral...

64% Voters cast their vote in the First phase of UP Elections

New Delhi/Lucknow, February 11, 2017: The first phase of the UP assembly elections passed off “peacefully” on Saturday with over 64 per cent polling recorded,...

Fourth phase of Bihar polls ends with 58 per cent vote

Additional Chief Electoral Officer R Lakshmanan said the fourth phase of Bihar polls passed off peacefully, including in Maoist strongholds.

An Odium towards Compulsory Voting

By Vishakha Mathur From the power in the hands of the people to being the very basis of democracy, voting has time and again been...

Voting in Sri Lanka parliamentary polls shows upward trend

Colombo, Voting in Sri Lanka parliamentary polls on Monday showed an increase compared to previous turnouts, poll monitors said. “It is a good sign to see...

Kerala parties mull online voting for expatriates

Thiruvananthapuram: An all-party meeting here on Thursday discussed the issue of extending online voting facility to the Kerala expatriates. All parties, save for the Communist Party...

Compulsory voting : How far is it feasible?

By Dr. Munish Kumar Raizada In November last year, Gujarat became the first Indian state to pass a bill making voting in the local body...

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