Yeshwanthpur divided on issues

  Voters are voting to mend problems such as water scarcity and unemployment. By Swagata Banerjee and Rudrankar Raha Bengaluru, April 18, 2019 Yeshwanthpur, which comes under the Bangalore North Parliamentary constituency, witnessed a lower voter turnout this time compared to the previous Lok sabha election. The presiding officers were of the opinion that voter […]

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Voter Turnout: Bangalore Rural Parliament constituency

Bangalore Rural constituency saw a voter turnout of 32.36 per cent till 1 pm on Thursday, 18th April, 2019. A few voters spoke to the NewsNet team about the various issues that have been concerning them in their constituency. Water shortage has hit the city, said Chandana R, a second time voter. “The next government […]

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Voter Turnout: Bangalore South Parliament constituency

As of 1.pm on Thursday, 18th April, 2019,  voter turnout in Bangalore South Constituency was 30.70 per cent, according to updates by the Election Commission. A few voters spoke to the NewsNet team about the various issues that have been concerning them in their constituency. In certain assembly constituencies in Bangalore South, voters names have […]

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Voter Turnout: Bangalore Central Parliament constituency

Till 1 p.m. on Thursday, 28.65% per cent of the electorate turned up to vote in the Bengaluru Central Parliamentary constituency. A few voters, after casting their votes, talked to the NewsNet team about the issues which they felt were the most pertinent in this election season. Prateek Desai, a resident of Malleshwaram said, ‘I […]

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Voter Turnout: Bangalore North Parliament constituency

Up until 1 p.m on Thursday, 29.69 percent of the electorate turned up to vote in the Bengaluru North Parliamentary constituency. A few voters, after casting their votes, talked to the NewsNet team about  issues which they felt were the most pertinent in this election season. Priyanka, a 19-year-old first time voter from Bengaluru North […]

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Students help election commission

College students from BMS Institute and St. Joseph’s work towards conducting a peaceful election in Shantinagar. This is being done under the supervision of Mirza Mohammed Ismail, central division warden in Karnataka Civil Corp. Around 500 students have participated in the program and they go about different polling booths to check if the elections are […]

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