Srinagar By Poll Violence

'Srinagar By Poll Violence' - 11 News Result(s)

  • In Srinagar, Farooq Abdullah Fights Election On "Special Status" Plank
    India News | Written by Nazir Masoodi | Monday April 15, 2019
    With election fever gripping Kashmir, women were seen singing and dancing as National Conference chief Farooq Abdullah reached Nagam village as part of his poll campaign. This was in complete contrast to the 2017 bypolls, when Farooq Abdullah contested from here and nobody would come out to root for him. The bypolls had recorded a dismal 7% voting,...
  • Election Commission Cancels Anantnag Lok Sabha By-Poll In Jammu And Kashmir Over Law And Order
    India News | Edited by Indroneil B Biswas | Tuesday May 2, 2017
    The Election Commission has cancelled the parliamentary by-election in Jammu and Kashmir's Anantnag, scheduled for May 25, citing security problems.
  • Some Stone Throwers Are Funded By Jammu And Kashmir Government: Farooq Abdullah
    India News | Written by Kinshu Dang | Sunday April 16, 2017
    Jammu and Kashmir saw the lowest voter turnout in Srinagar's repeat by-poll in the history of the state with only two per cent showing up at polling stations. The unprecedented violence during the first by-poll on last Sunday, which also saw only seven per cent voters, resulted in eight deaths and injuries to more than 100 security personnel. But f...
  • Srinagar By-Election: Farooq Abdullah Beats PDP Candidate In Key Contest
    India News | Written by Sheikh Zaffar Iqbal | Saturday April 15, 2017
    Former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister and National Conference leader Farooq Abdullah has won the closely-watched by-poll for the Srinagar parliamentary seat, defeating People's Democratic Party's Nazir Ahmed Khan by a margin of over 10,700 votes. Mr Abdullah received around 48,554 votes, while Mr Khan got 37,779 votes, officials said.
  • 2% Voter Turnout In Srinagar Re-Polling, Farooq Abdullah A Candidate
    India News | Edited by Parmeshwar Bawa | Thursday April 13, 2017
    Only 2 per cent voters turned up to vote again at Srinagar parliamentary seat, the lowest in the history of Jammu and Kashmir and way below the 7 per cent of Sunday. Polling in parts of the constituency -- where former Chief Minister Farooq Abdullah is among the candidates -- was held again due to the unprecedented violence that day which resulted ...
  • By-Election Results 2017: BJP Wins 5 Of 10 Assembly Seats In By-Elections - 10 Points
    India News | Edited by Shuchi Shukla | Thursday April 13, 2017
    The BJP has won five of 10 assembly seats in eight states for which by-elections were held, retaining three and gaining two from other parties, including Delhi's Rajouri Garden, where last time's winner Aam Aadmi Party has lost its deposit ahead of key civic elections. The Congress has won three, two in Karnataka and one in Madhya Pradesh, all seat...
  • Re-Poll Begins In 38 Polling Stations Of Srinagar
    India News | Press Trust of India | Thursday April 13, 2017
    The re-poll ordered by Election Commission of India in 38 polling stations of Srinagar Lok Sabha constituency, where the bypoll on April 9 was marred by violence, began today amidst tight security arrangements.
  • Re-Poll At Srinagar's 38 Booths Today, Separatists Call For Shutdown
    Srinagar News | Press Trust of India | Thursday April 13, 2017
    The re-poll in 38 polling stations of Srinagar Lok Sabha constituency is scheduled to begin at 7 am on Thursday. Strict security arrangements have been made by Election Commission as all the polling stations are in Budgam district, the worst-hit by violence during voting on Sunday. Separatists have called for a shutdown in the area.
  • In Srinagar Video From Sunday, Mob Smashes And Burns EVMs; Re-poll Tomorrow
    India News | Edited by Raija Susan Panicker | Wednesday April 12, 2017
    Fresh polling will be held tomorrow in parts of Srinagar in Jammu and Kashmir, where a by-election on Sunday saw huge violence as mobs targeted polling booths amid a poll boycott call by separatists.
  • By-Polls In Kashmir's Anantnag Pushed Back To May 25 After Violence, Low Turnout In Srinagar
    India News | Reported by A Vaidyanathan, Edited by Anindita Sanyal | Monday April 10, 2017
    The by-election for Kashmir's Anantnag constituency, which was due on April 12, has been pushed back to May 25, the Election Commission today said, accepting the state government's request for a deferment. The counting of votes will be held on June 1.
  • By-Elections 2017: Kashmir Sees 7% Turnout, 200 Instances Of Violence - 10 Facts
    India News | NDTV News Desk | Monday April 10, 2017
    A record low turnout and a high incidence of violence were witnessed on Sunday during the by-election in the parliamentary seat of Srinagar in Jammu and Kashmir. As nearly 200 instances of violence were recorded in Kashmir, in which eight people died and about 100 security personnel were injured, the turnout was found to be 7 per cent - the lowest ...

'Srinagar By Poll Violence' - 11 News Result(s)

  • In Srinagar, Farooq Abdullah Fights Election On "Special Status" Plank
    India News | Written by Nazir Masoodi | Monday April 15, 2019
    With election fever gripping Kashmir, women were seen singing and dancing as National Conference chief Farooq Abdullah reached Nagam village as part of his poll campaign. This was in complete contrast to the 2017 bypolls, when Farooq Abdullah contested from here and nobody would come out to root for him. The bypolls had recorded a dismal 7% voting,...
  • Election Commission Cancels Anantnag Lok Sabha By-Poll In Jammu And Kashmir Over Law And Order
    India News | Edited by Indroneil B Biswas | Tuesday May 2, 2017
    The Election Commission has cancelled the parliamentary by-election in Jammu and Kashmir's Anantnag, scheduled for May 25, citing security problems.
  • Some Stone Throwers Are Funded By Jammu And Kashmir Government: Farooq Abdullah
    India News | Written by Kinshu Dang | Sunday April 16, 2017
    Jammu and Kashmir saw the lowest voter turnout in Srinagar's repeat by-poll in the history of the state with only two per cent showing up at polling stations. The unprecedented violence during the first by-poll on last Sunday, which also saw only seven per cent voters, resulted in eight deaths and injuries to more than 100 security personnel. But f...
  • Srinagar By-Election: Farooq Abdullah Beats PDP Candidate In Key Contest
    India News | Written by Sheikh Zaffar Iqbal | Saturday April 15, 2017
    Former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister and National Conference leader Farooq Abdullah has won the closely-watched by-poll for the Srinagar parliamentary seat, defeating People's Democratic Party's Nazir Ahmed Khan by a margin of over 10,700 votes. Mr Abdullah received around 48,554 votes, while Mr Khan got 37,779 votes, officials said.
  • 2% Voter Turnout In Srinagar Re-Polling, Farooq Abdullah A Candidate
    India News | Edited by Parmeshwar Bawa | Thursday April 13, 2017
    Only 2 per cent voters turned up to vote again at Srinagar parliamentary seat, the lowest in the history of Jammu and Kashmir and way below the 7 per cent of Sunday. Polling in parts of the constituency -- where former Chief Minister Farooq Abdullah is among the candidates -- was held again due to the unprecedented violence that day which resulted ...
  • By-Election Results 2017: BJP Wins 5 Of 10 Assembly Seats In By-Elections - 10 Points
    India News | Edited by Shuchi Shukla | Thursday April 13, 2017
    The BJP has won five of 10 assembly seats in eight states for which by-elections were held, retaining three and gaining two from other parties, including Delhi's Rajouri Garden, where last time's winner Aam Aadmi Party has lost its deposit ahead of key civic elections. The Congress has won three, two in Karnataka and one in Madhya Pradesh, all seat...
  • Re-Poll Begins In 38 Polling Stations Of Srinagar
    India News | Press Trust of India | Thursday April 13, 2017
    The re-poll ordered by Election Commission of India in 38 polling stations of Srinagar Lok Sabha constituency, where the bypoll on April 9 was marred by violence, began today amidst tight security arrangements.
  • Re-Poll At Srinagar's 38 Booths Today, Separatists Call For Shutdown
    Srinagar News | Press Trust of India | Thursday April 13, 2017
    The re-poll in 38 polling stations of Srinagar Lok Sabha constituency is scheduled to begin at 7 am on Thursday. Strict security arrangements have been made by Election Commission as all the polling stations are in Budgam district, the worst-hit by violence during voting on Sunday. Separatists have called for a shutdown in the area.
  • In Srinagar Video From Sunday, Mob Smashes And Burns EVMs; Re-poll Tomorrow
    India News | Edited by Raija Susan Panicker | Wednesday April 12, 2017
    Fresh polling will be held tomorrow in parts of Srinagar in Jammu and Kashmir, where a by-election on Sunday saw huge violence as mobs targeted polling booths amid a poll boycott call by separatists.
  • By-Polls In Kashmir's Anantnag Pushed Back To May 25 After Violence, Low Turnout In Srinagar
    India News | Reported by A Vaidyanathan, Edited by Anindita Sanyal | Monday April 10, 2017
    The by-election for Kashmir's Anantnag constituency, which was due on April 12, has been pushed back to May 25, the Election Commission today said, accepting the state government's request for a deferment. The counting of votes will be held on June 1.
  • By-Elections 2017: Kashmir Sees 7% Turnout, 200 Instances Of Violence - 10 Facts
    India News | NDTV News Desk | Monday April 10, 2017
    A record low turnout and a high incidence of violence were witnessed on Sunday during the by-election in the parliamentary seat of Srinagar in Jammu and Kashmir. As nearly 200 instances of violence were recorded in Kashmir, in which eight people died and about 100 security personnel were injured, the turnout was found to be 7 per cent - the lowest ...
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