Thursday, April 17, 2014

Record 63.25% Polling, peaceful voting on 20 Seats of Rajasthan

Rajasthan recorded its highest ever polling turnout of 63.25% as compared to 48.09 per cent in the Lok sabha Election 2009. Today's turnout is 16 per cent more than the turnout in the 2009 Lok Sabha elections High turnout was witnessed in 121 constituencies which went to polls across 12 states in the fifth phase of Lok Sabha elections on Thursday in which the political fate of leaders like CP Joshi, Sachin Pilot, Nandan Nilekani, Maneka Gandhi, M Veerappa Moily and Jaswant Singh is at stake.
Voting % in Rajasthan during Lok Sabha Election 2014 - Seat-wise:
1. Ganganagar (SC) Seat Voting % in Lok Sabha Election 2014: 73.02%
2. Bikaner (SC) Seat Voting % in Lok Sabha Election 2014: 58.3%
3. Churu Seat Voting % in Lok Sabha Election 2014: 64.89%
4. Jhunjhunu Seat Voting % in Lok Sabha Election 2014: 60%
5. Sikar Seat Voting % in Lok Sabha Election 2014: 60.48%
6. Jaipur Rural Seat Voting % in Lok Sabha Election 2014: 59.96%
7. Jaipur Seat Voting % in Lok Sabha Election 2014: 65.92%
8. Ajmer Seat Voting % in Lok Sabha Election 2014: 68.73%
9. Nagaur Seat Voting % in Lok Sabha Election 2014: 59.44%
10. Pali Seat Voting % in Lok Sabha Election 2014: 57.36%
11. Jodhpur Seat Voting % in Lok Sabha Election 2014: 62.23%
12. Barmer Seat Voting % in Lok Sabha Election 2014: 71.44%
13. Jalore Seat Voting % in Lok Sabha Election 2014: 59.57%
14. Udaipur (ST) Seat Voting % in Lok Sabha Election 2014: 64.55%
15. Banswara (ST) Seat Voting % in Lok Sabha Election 2014: 67.12%
16. Chittorgarh Seat Voting % in Lok Sabha Election 2014: 63.66%
17. Rajsamand Seat Voting % in Lok Sabha Election 2014: 57.81%
18. Bhilwara Seat Voting % in Lok Sabha Election 2014: 63.15%
19. Kota Seat Voting % in Lok Sabha Election 2014: 66.96%
20. Jhalawar - Baran Seat Voting % in Lok Sabha Election 2014: 68.71%

Come out & Cast Your Vote

Come out & Cast Your Vote ‪Today, a Humble appeal to all people of Rajasthan. You can also share Photos, News on social media with Hash tag #‎VoteRajasthan‬. Here is some Live updates from 20 seats of Rajasthan where polling in under way.

- Record 63.25% Polling in Rajasthan (Final)

- 50% voting in Rajasthan till 4 PM

- 40% voting in Rajasthan till 3 PM

- 26% voting in Rajasthan till Noon

Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Campaigning ends on 20 Seats of Rajasthan, polls tomorrow

Campaigning ends on 20 Seats of Rajasthan, Polling on 17th April, tomorrow. Rajasthan has total 25 seats in Lok sabha Election on 17th April, 2014 which includes 20 Seats (Ganganagar, Bikaner, Churu, Jhunjhunu, Sikar, Jaipur Rural, Jaipur, Ajmer, Nagaur, Pali, Jodhpur, Barmer, Jalore, Udaipur, Banswara, Chittorgarh, Rajsamand, Bhilwara, Kota, Jhalawar-Baran) while on Phase-6 on 24th April 2014 5 Seats( Alwar, Bharatpur, Karauli-Dholpur, Dausa, Tonk-Sawai Madhopur) will cast their vote. 
Top leaders of political parties made their last ditch effort to woo the voters as the deadline to wind up the campaign ended at 5 PM. Campaigning for 77 Odisha Assembly seats also ended Tuesday evening and voting will be held on 17th April along with the Lok Sabha polls. This phase of polling will witness votes being cast for the maximum number of seats in the ongoing general elections. While, seven seats of Bihar is going to polls on Thursday, 3 constituencies of Chhattisgarh will exercise their franchise. Whole Karnataka state will cast their votes on this day. 20 seats of Rajasthan, 19 of Maharashtra, 11 each of Uttar Pradesh and Odisha, 10 of Madhya Pradesh, six of Jharkhand, four of West Bengal will also witness polling on this day. Udhampur constituency of Jammu and Kashmir and Manipur's lone parliamentary constituency will also exercise their franchise on 17th April.

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Monday, April 14, 2014

123rd birth anniversary of B.R Ambedkar today

Today is the 123rd birth anniversary of Dr. Bhim Rao Ambedkar, observed as Ambedkar Jayanti every year in India. On this day homage is paid to Babasaheb’s statue at the Parliament by the President, Prime Minister and other dignitaries. Ambedkar was born on April 14, 1891 to the Ramji Maloji Sakpal and Bhimabai in a poor Mahar family in Mhow, Central Provinces, British India (Madhya Pradesh). He died on December, 6 in 1956 at the age of 65. 
He was popular among the people by the name ‘Babasaheb’ because of his great contribution towards the Indian society. He served throughout his life as a jurist, philosopher, social activist, politician, historian, anthropologist and economist as well as revivalist for the Buddhism in India. He became the first law minister of the Independent India and drafted the Constitution of India. He struggled throughout his life for eradicating the casteism and social discrimination in India. He converted to Buddhism to inspire the lower group people for which he was addressed as a Bodhisattva by the Indian Buddhists.