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The missing link in political empowerment of women

If 2024 tells us one thing about sharing power then it is this: The men won’t give it up until they have to. Women will just have to wait.

As voters, women aren’t a homogeneous block.(HT FILE PHOTO)
Published on Apr 12, 2024 11:00 PM IST

EC asks Bihar officials to boost voter turnout in low-percentage LS seats

The Election Commission directed this effect at a conference chaired by Chief Election Commissioner Rajiv Kumar in New Delhi on Friday.

The parliamentary constituencies in Bihar where voter turnout was lower than the national average in the last Lok Sabha polls include Patna Sahib (45.80 per cent), Nalanda (48.79 per cent), Karakat (49.09 per cent), Nawada (49.73 per cent), Jahanabad (51.76 per cent) and Arrah (51.81 per cent). (File)
Published on Apr 05, 2024 09:49 PM IST

EC convenes meeting to boost Maharashtra's urban voter turnout

Election Commission to hold conference with municipal commissioners and district officers from 11 states to address low voter turnout in upcoming polls.

Maharashtra will vote in all five phases of the Lok Sabha election.(HT File for representation)
Updated on Apr 05, 2024 09:46 AM IST

Campaign launched to drive up voter turnout to 70% in Lucknow

In a meeting attended by district-level, LMC, LDA, culture department, GST, education and other government agency officials here on Sunday, discussions on how to motivate people through posters, flexes, and social media to exercise their franchise were held.

Jamui: An election officer puts an indelible ink mark on the finger of a voter after she cast her vote during the first phase of the general elections, at a polling station in Jamui disrtict, Thursday, April 11, 2019. (PTI Photo)(PTI4_11_2019_000078B) (PTI)
Updated on Apr 01, 2024 07:18 AM IST
By, Lucknow

Awareness camp held in industrial units to encourage workers to vote

The eligible first-time voters are being apprised of the “Voter Helpline” mobile application and “National Voter Services Portal” (NVSP), which can be used for enrolling. The residents can also visit to register.

The aim is to achieve the target of more than 70 per cent voter turnout during the Lok Sabha 2024 elections. (HT photo)
Published on Mar 31, 2024 11:33 PM IST
By, Ludhiana
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