Third phase of polls sees a 30-year-old man killed in clashes in a polling booth in West Bengal's Murshidabad region.
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Rightwing extremist Pragya Thakur, who is out on bail on terror charges in Malegaon blast case, made BJP candidate.
Priyanka Chaturvedi complains that misbehaviour towards her by male Congress members was ignored.
Pawan Kumar says he became confused by the symbols on the electronic voting machine and voted for the wrong party.
ISPR chief happy over Indian foreign minister’s statement on Balakot attack.
At some polling stations in Kashmir, security forces outnumbered voters with tens of thousands of troops deployed.
Voter turnout reported at more than 50pc in all areas except Jammu and Kashmir which remained under lockdown.
Ferdous Ahmed apologises, says he respects Indian law and foreigners shouldn't take part in other countries' elections.
Focus on Tamil Nadu, Karnataka today, where Congress and allies need to win big to oust BJP.
Tens of thousands of security forces have poured into the region ahead of Thursday’s vote.
Female monk Pragya Singh Thakur was allegedly a leading plotter in a 2008 blast that killed six and injured around 100.
It is the first time a ballot has been cancelled in a national election over attempted vote-buying, officials say.
Women were excluded from the job loss estimates.
If a man like Azam Khan gets elected, who would guarantee safety and security of India's girls and women, Prada asks
Indian election commission says Adityanath had spoken about a “green virus” in a speech in reference to Muslim voters.
PDP leader says BJP is "using national security as a guise to prepare ground for another Balakot-like strike."
Bench tells commission that matters pertaining to elections are time sensitive and cannot be dragged.
Outgoing high commissioner to India calls for a review of the narrative regarding Pakistan in India.
India's Ministry of Defence terms linkage "totally inaccurate, tendentious and a mischievous attempt to disinform”.
BJP's Maneka Gandhi had warned Muslim community members to vote for her or be shunned if she returns to power.
The Election Commission has ruled that no voter should have to travel more than 2 km from their home to cast a ballot.