The Association for Democratic Reforms (ADR) is an Indian non-partisan, non-governmental organization which works in the area of electoral and political reforms. Along with National Election Watch (NEW), which is a conglomeration of over 1200 organizations across the country, ADR aims at bringing transparency and accountability in Indian politics and reducing the influence of money and muscle power in elections.
Andhra Pradesh's main opposition YSRCP figures among the top five regional parties with highest donations received during the year 2017-18. The donations do not include individual payments below Rs.. IndiaTimes - Published
In a release issued on Tuesday, the Association of Democratic Reforms (ADR) said the affidavits filed by AAP nominee Valmiki Naik for the 2017 state Assembly elections and the upcoming bypoll show a.. DNA - Published
As per self-sworn affidavits filed by candidates for phase I of the Lok Sabha polls, nearly one-third of the candidates have some sort of criminal cases against them, while over 400 candidates have.. IndiaTimes - Published
A survey by the Association for Democratic Reforms among 2.7 lakh citizens who are 18 and above found that better employment opportunities is the topmost priority of voters in the country, barring some.. IndiaTimes - Published