Polling for the fourth phase of the Lok Sabha polls began on Monday in 71 Lok Sabha constituencies spread across nine states including Maharashtra, which is home to Bollywood industry. Kick-starting the day by exercising their franchise, scores of B-Town celebrities arrived at their designated polling stations.
CHITWAN, Dec 7: Excited voters reach early morning at polling centers to cast their votes for the historical elections of House of Representatives and provincial Assembly, today.
Voters were visible queuing before 6:00 AM in Chamelidevi Piya Aadharbhut School polling center, of Bharatpur-3, Chitwan.
DHANGADHI, Dec 7: Locals of five districts of Province-7 are eagerly waiting to cast their ballots in Thursday's elections. Election officers have reached their respective constituencies by Monday evening while security personnel were deployed few days earlier.
POKHARA, Dec 5: Carrying 66 types of election materials, returning officers and security personnel have headed for their destinations to hold the parliamentary and provincial elections slated for Thursday.
SAPTARI, Dec 3: As many as 207 polling centers in Saptari district have been categorized as very sensitive in the election being held here under the second phase of election to the House of Representatives and State Assemblies on coming December 7.
KATHMANDU, Dec 3: With the completion of all logistical and administrative preparations, poll officers are heading toward their assigned election constituencies to conduct the parliamentary and provincial assembly elections scheduled for December 7.
RUKUM, Dec 1: The polls that were postponed on November 26 in two polling centers in Rukum (West) are being held on Friday. The polls were postponed after the ballot papers were burnt by the use of acid. The Office of the Chief Election Officer said that entire preparation was completed for the re-polling in each center of Bafikot Rural Municipality and Athbiskot Municipality.
KATHMANDU, NOV 29- Ballot boxes used during the first phase of the House of Representatives and State Assemblies elections held Sunday (November 26) in 32 districts have already been collected safely in the respective district headquarters, the Election Commission said.
KATHMANDU, Nov 28: Ballot boxes of 71 polling stations of six districts used for the elections to the House of Representatives and State Assemblies held on November 26 are yet to be brought to the district headquarters.
PAANCHTHAR, Nov 27: With a significant number of female election officers and security personnel, the polling center at Sumnima Chowk of Phidim-3 was considered an exemplary polling center of the district until the political parties played the spoilsport.
DOLPA, Nov 26: Two polling centers in upper Dolpa still remain out of contact. Contact with the Gherang polling center in Charkatangsong rural municipality and Kalang polling center of Dolpo Buddha rural municipality has not been established, the District Police Office said.
Two polling centers of Myagdi district have been made 'disable friendly' for the elections to the House of Representatives and Provincial Assemblies. The two polling centers were developed disable friendly to ease voters with different disabilities to cast ballots.
JHAPA,Nov 24: Forty-nine polling stations have been identified as 'highly sensitive' from security aspect in Jhapa in view of the upcoming elections to the House of Representatives and State Assemblies, the District Police Office Jhapa informed.
BAJURA, Nov 23: The assistant polling officer Bindeshwar Prasad Yadav was beaten black and blue on his way to Nandeshwari Secondary School polling center of Kotila in Budhi Nanda Municipality-5 on Wednesday.
BAJURA, Nov 13: The District Security Committee (DSC), Bajura, has listed 31 of the 70 polling stations in the district as highly sensitive. The committee headed by the chief district officer (CDO) has categorized 31 polling stations as sensitive in terms of security in view of the parliamentary and provincial assembly elections scheduled for November 26.
KATHMANDU, Nov 7: Acting on a writ petition demanding arrangements for civil servants and security personnel deployed on election duty to cast their votes, the Supreme Court on Monday asked the Election Commission (EC) to take an appropriate decision in line with the constitution.
KATHMANDU, August 30: The Election Commission has fixed 3,578 polling centers for the third-round of elections taking place at 136 local levels of eight districts in Province No. 2. Sarlahi, Saptari, Dhanusha, Mahottari, Rautahat, Siraha, Bara, and Parsa are holding the local level elections. Among these districts, Sarlahi has the maximum 20 levels and Mahottari has the least number-15 levels.
KATHMANDU, August 23: The Election Commission (EC) has urged the government to maintain the roads and bridges to ensure access to polling centers for the third phase of local level polls scheduled for September 18 in Province No. 2.
PALPA, June 28: As many as four elderly people died while casting their votes in the second phase of the local elections on Wednesday. Among them, two died apparently due to cardiac arrest while they were in the queue to cast their votes in Palpa district.
RAMPUR (Palpa), June 23: As many as 18 polling stations in the district have been listed as highly-sensitive that might witness violence and other anti-election activities during the second phase of the local level elections taking place on June 28, the local administration said.
RAJBIRAJ, June 14: Cadres of the Rastriya Janata Party (RJP) Nepal that has come to the street demanding an amendment to the constitution before the second-phase local-level election have taken some 55 election officers deputed in the district under control.
BARA, June 13: Assailants of the Rastriya Janata Party Nepal in Bara beat up three polling officers in front of the office of the party on Monday, according to police. The polling officers were there to make necessary arrangements for the June 28 elections.
GORKHA, May 14: A total of 98.99 per cent of votes were cast at Samdo polling station at Chumanubri rural municipality-1 in the district that borders Tibet, according to election officers. Out of the total 71 voters in the village, 70 cast their ballot with one dead, they said.