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Link Aadhaar card to Voter ID Card in less than 5 minutes

The Election Commission of India announced a few weeks back that it wants all the voters, who happen to be the holders of aadhaar Cards, to link them to their Voter ID Cards. In a bid to eliminate all the fake Voter ID Cards and put a check on the growing population of defunct and fake voters, this announcement was something that was received with great enthusiasm by the voters as well as Voter ID Card helpdesk authorities like us. So, here is a quick guide on how to link Aadhaar Card to Voter … [Read more...]

Can I Download Voter ID Online?

As per the official rules of the Election Commission of India, the citizens of India who are 18 years old on January 1st of the year for which the electoral roll is prepared are eligible to be registered as a voter in their Constituency where he/she reside. The electoral roll is the list that contains the names of all eligible citizens who are entitled to cast the vote in the elections. The voter identification requirements ask voters to get at least one form of identification for getting the … [Read more...]

How to check Voter ID status in Bihar?

The CEO Bihar website is to improve communication between Bihar voters and Elections Department in Bihar. It provides the relevant information about the Chief Electoral Office. Many important forms and voter ID status checking are also available for download on the site. To go to the CEO Bihar website, click here. Check Voter ID status in Bihar: CEO Bihar website gives various options to check the voter ID status. To search voter ID status, here are the different ways to do it … [Read more...]

How many commissioners are appointed under the Chief Election Commissioner of India

Election Commission of India is the chief autonomous body who is responsible for conducting fair elections across India. These processes are governed under the authority of Chief Election Commissioner. So, in this article we’ll discuss about Chief Election Commissioners, number of commissioners appointed under him and their functions. Election Commission of India: Chief Election Commissioner The Chief Election Commissioner of India is the head of the ECI, an autonomous organisation whose main … [Read more...]

FAQs on Indian Election and Voter ID Card

There are various facts related to Indian Elections and its procedure that are unknown to many of us. This Article is dedicated to help you by providing as much information as possible on Indian Elections and its systems. FAQs: Frequently Asked Questions 1. Who holds the highest power in the government? According to article 53(1) of our Constitution, the highest power is enjoyed by the President of India. Being the first citizen of India, he holds all constitutional powers and uses it … [Read more...]

NRIs to Cast E-Vote in Bihar Election?

India has not had an absentee ballot system until now. Section 19 of 'The Representation of the People Act' allows a person to register to vote if he or she is above 18 years of age and is an ordinary resident of the constituency i.e. the current address for 6 months or longer. Section 20 of the Act disqualifies a non-resident Indian from getting his/her name registered in the electoral roll. Consequently, it also prevents an NRI from casting vote in elections. The Representation of the … [Read more...]

This MP insulted the Indian Army on Arnab Goswami’s Show, sadly…..

... there is still no action taken against him. Disclaimer: We at do not take political stands or decide what is right or wrong in the political world. However what this MP said about our Indian Army, really compelled us to share this with our readers. An Insult to our Army is an insult to every Indian. During a debate, defending his actions of carrying a matchbox on a plane, 'Honourable' TDP MP Dr. Ravindra Babu Pandula on Times Now, repeatedly insulted the Indian Army … [Read more...]