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How to get digital voter ID card? Who is eligible? All your questions answered

DNA Monday, 25 January 2021
The ECI will formally launch the e-EPIC (Electronic Electoral Photo Identity Card) today, i.e. January 25, on the National Voters' Day.
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WB polls: EVMs found at TMC leader residence, ECI assures action [Video]

WB polls: EVMs found at TMC leader residence, ECI assures action

In a shocking incident, the EVMs and VVPATs were found at the residence of a TMC leader in Uluberia at Howrah district of West Bengal amid Assembly elections. According to Election Commission of India (ECI), "The Sector Officer has been suspended in the matter. It was a reserved EVM that has been removed from the election process and severe action will be taken against all involved. ECI stated, "Tapan Sarkar, sector officer of Sector 17 in AC 177 Uluberia Uttar at Howrah district, went with Reserve EVM and slept at a relative's house. This is a gross violation of EC's instructions for which he has been suspended and charges will be framed for major punishment. The Sector Police attached to Sector Officer has also been directed to be suspended. The said EVM and VVPAT have been taken out of the stock and shall not be used in the polls. General Observer Neeraj Pawan has checked the intactness of all seals. These EVMs have now been stored in a separate room in Observer's custody."

Credit: ANI    Duration: 01:20Published

'Factually incorrect': EC rejects Mamata's allegations over 'vote-cheating' at Nandigram booth

In a big blow to TMC, the Election Commission has rejected the allegations made by West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee regarding the entry of outsiders..
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Union minister on EC campaign ban on BJP leader after 'NIA threat' | Assam polls [Video]

Union minister on EC campaign ban on BJP leader after 'NIA threat' | Assam polls

Union minister Anurag Thakur reacted to the campaign ban imposed by the Election Commission on Bharatiya Janata Party leader Himanta Biswa Sarma. He was barred from campaigning, initially for 48 hours, and then 24 hours after an 'unconditional apology'. Sarma allegedly threatened Bodoland People's Front chief Hagrama Mohilary with jail through the National Investigation Agency (NIA). Watch the full video for more.

Credit: HT Digital Content    Duration: 01:42Published

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