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Jobs, education priority for first-time voters

Gurugram, May 14 -- Excited about finally being able to cast her franchise, and in turn, be part of the process of choosing the country's next Prime Minister, 19-year-old Meghna said she voted in favo... Read More


Lok Sabha Elections 2019: What do Delhi women want? A safer city, they reply

India, May 13 -- For Delhi's women, strict measures to ensure their safety remained the primary expectation from the new government, followed by access to better health-care facilities, more women col... Read More


Lok Sabha Elections 2019: Jobs, better education facilities top wish list of most first-time Delhi voters

India, May 13 -- Visibly excited on getting inked for the first time, Aditi Mishra, 21, a fresh graduate said she is hoping that the next government will provide more jobs. "I have completed my engin... Read More


Lok Sabha elections 2019: Muslims hope their vote will translate into better facillities

India, May 13 -- Muslim voters, whose votes play a decisive role in at least three parliamentary constituencies in the national capital, on Sunday said they hoped that the winning candidates address i... Read More


67% vote in Gurgaon, down from 71% in '14

Gurugram, May 13 -- The Gurgaon parliamentary constituency witnessed a voter turnout of 67.38% in the sixth phase of the 2019 Lok Sabha polls on Sunday, according to the10pm report shared by the Elect... Read More


Many left dismayed due to snags in voting machines

India, May 13 -- As the Gurgaon constituency went to polls in the sixth phase of the Lok Sabha elections, many voters were left dismayed, with complaints about malfunctioning of electronic voting mach... Read More


New sector residents vote for better public transport, safe city

Gurugram, May 13 -- The general elections 2019 on Sunday was the first time many residents in sectors 58-115, the newer sectors, voted in Gurugram. Residents of condominiums along the Dwarka Expresswa... Read More


Jobs, education top priority for first-time voters

Gurugram, May 13 -- Excited about finally being able to cast her franchise, and in turn, be part of the process of choosing the country's next Prime Minister, 19-year-old Meghna said she voted in favo... Read More


Party banners, flags spotted near several polling booths

Gurugram, May 13 -- Banners, flags, and scarves bearing symbols of political parties were carried within 100 metres of several polling booths in Gurgaon Lok Sabha constituency Sunday, despite their pr... Read More


Scores of elderly, differently abled voters come out to make voices heard

Gurugram, May 13 -- For 21-year-old Sarijna, who suffers from a rare genetic disease called Osteogenesis Imperfecta or brittle bone disease, casting her franchise this year was important. "I voted to... Read More