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87) and Porbandar (71. x 29?By: Express News Service | Dumka | Updated: December 21 2014 1:55 pm Jharkhand polls.(Source: PTI) Related News Five-phased polling ended without incident in Jharkhand on Saturday with major exit polls predicting the formation of a BJP government in the state The fifth and final phase of elections in Jharkhand saw a voter turnout of 7042 percent on Saturday evening which meant that the overall turnout for the state rose just over nine percentage points when compared to the 2009 Assembly polls Read: Interview with CM Hemant Soren How JMM and Hemant Soren resisted the BJP in Jharkhand In what was a major achievement for the Election Commission the state’s election was conducted without any casualties suffered by security forces On April 25 the last day of the Lok Sabha elections in the state alleged CPI-Maoist cadres had attacked officials returning after poll duty killing eight IN PICS: Jharkhand records impressive polling in final phase of Assembly elections Turnout for the whole state stood at 6599 percent; it was 5697 in 2009 In the 2014 Lok Sabha elections the state had recorded a turnout of 6383 percent Almost all Exit Polls released on Saturday predicted the formation of a BJP government in Jharkhand In the outgoing 81-member assembly major parties like the BJP has 18 JMM 18 Congress 13 JVM-P 11 AJSU- 6 and RJD 5 legislators The India Today Group’s poll with CICERO predicted 41-49 seats for the BJP 15-19 for the JMM 7-11 for the Congress and gave 8-12 to Others ABP News’ poll with Nielsen gave the BJP’s alliance with the AJSU and LJP 52 seats ABP also gave the JMM 10 and Congress 9 seats When Today’s Chanakya asked its subjects whether they wanted a change of government in the state 63 percent answered in the affirmative When asked whether Modi Magic is still present in the state 59 percent said Yes Regional television channel Naxatra said the BJP would win 30-33 seats on its own It gave AJSU 5 JMM 21-23 JVM 9-11 Congress 9-11 RJD 3-4 and Others 12 Lashing another regional Hindi channel predicted 37-44 seats for the BJP 15-18 for the JMM 7-11 for the Congress 15-18 for the JMM and 5-7 for Others For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsUpdated: March 30 2014 12:19 pm Related News It’s not ‘Namo Namo’ but for the first time RSS is openly rallying behind BJP in an election Shyamlal Yadav visits three shakhas in UP to get an idea of the plan worked out to mobilise cadre for the BJP “in national interest” Photographs:Vishal Srivastav ShyamLal Yadav Praveen Khanna With his back to an ochre-red swallowtail flag Prabhu Narayan Srivastav a retired engineer of the Uttar Pradesh Power Corporation Ltd addresses a motley group of about 20 most of them in flared khaki shorts and white shirts This is a routine morning shakha of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) at Triveni Nagar in Lucknow but the swayamsevaks know Srivastav sanghachalak of the Awadh unit is preparing them for something unusual “Our sarsanghachalakji (RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat) has told us to work for the nation and not worry about who will become the prime minister Our job is not to chant Namo Namo Ham kisi vyakti ki jai jaikaar nahi karte (we don’t hail any particular individual) In the interest of the nation we will go door to door and ensure that people turn out to vote” Srivastav tells the group PICTURE GALLERY: A day at the RSS Shakha At the RSS’s annual Vijayadashmi meeting in October last year Bhagwat had talked about ensuring “100 per cent polling” “To discharge our responsibility as voters first and foremost we have to ensure that our names properly figure in the voter list Hundred per cent polling will make democracy healthier” With the country heading for a daggers drawn election the RSS which has so far remained content pulling the BJP’s strings is now shedding its reticence and coming out openly to rally behind the BJP “in national interest” The organisation known for its committed cadre base is galvanising its members into action getting them to reach out to potential BJP voters and ensure they reach the booth on election day Shailendra a swayamsevak at the Triveni Nagar shakha says “Other than Sharad Pawar’s idea (of wiping off the indelible ink and voting again) we will do everything to increase the voting percentage” *** The strategy has been meticulously chalked out across the RSS’s 44982 shakhas throughout the country Districts have been divided into nagars and bastis (settlements) Each nagar has around 10 bastis with about 10000 families in each basti A team of 10 swayamsevaks is deployed for each basti Each of these swayamsevaks or panna pramukhs (‘panna’ because of the paper on which he has the voter list) goes door to door with the voter list and updates it On his way out he leaves behind a copy of the local RSS magazine such as Rashtradeo in western Uttar Pradesh The cadres have also been told to gauge the mood of the families they visit and categorise them as as sakaratmak (friendly or positive) tatastha (neutral) and voters whom they can’t influence The RSS has appointed prabharis (in-charges) at different levels — Lok Sabha Assembly mahanagar nagar mandal polling station and finally two swayamsevaks for every booth Subhash Singh the mukhya shikshak who conducts the Triveni Nagar (Lucknow) shakha says he has deployed a team of swayamsevaks to contact all the voters of the 19 polling booths in his shakha area “We will request people to cast their votes before their breakfast on polling day This will be easier for them as many voters do not cast their vote due to long queues or because it gets too hot during the day” Ashok Singh Yadav a regular at the Lucknow shakha is an advocate associated with the RSS’s subsidiary Bharatiya Kisan Sangh He says though the cadres won’t directly seek votes for Modi the message won’t be lost on anyone “We do not seek votes for any particular party But most of the people who hesitate to vote are potential BJP voters So by convincing them to vote we will ultimately contribute in the mission of making Narendra Modi the prime minister” To boost the morale of its cadres the RSS has decided to hold dand yudhs (where cadres will display their lathi-wielding skills) in every city on March 30 as part of its Hindu New Year celebrations and on April 1 to mark the birth anniversary of founder K B Hedgewar Though the RSS’s stated focus is “vote bane (voters are registered)” “vote kate (fake voters are removed)” and “vote pade (votes are cast)” sources say most of the effort is to ensure the second “vote kate” In Uttar Pradesh BJP leaders handed over to the Election Commission a CD with a purported list of voters whose names appear “in several places” They also claim to have developed a software to identify duplication of names in voter lists Swayamsevaks in the Triveni Nagar shakha claim to have provided to the election staff a list of nearly 180 voters who figure on the voters’ list but who are “actually dead” In Uttar Pradesh which is crucial to the BJP’s chances of forming a government at the Centre there are around 7000 such shakhas in poll mode With this being rabi season there are no daily shakhas in some of the rural areas but the RSS has formed booth-level teams across the state separate from the BJP teams The RSS teams also draw from representatives of its nearly 50 affiliate organisations such as the Bharatiya Kisan Sangh Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh Vidya Bharati and Sanskar Bharati *** Miles away from the state capital at a park in Ghaziabad’s Vaishali Sector 5 which shares its border with the national capital the swish of dandas (sticks) slicing through the early morning air draws the attention of passersby The drill ends with a shrill whistle and the 15-20 swayamsevaks assemble in orderly rows for their prayer Here too the conversation later veers towards the elections and the “job” at hand Krishna Chaitanya who conducts this shakha says “Nearly 2000 new voters were registered because we went door-to-door in December-January and now we will try our best to ensure that every vote is cast on April 10” Vaishali has one polling centre with seven booths and Chaitanya has deployed seven-eight people — a few residents and some swayamsevaks — for each booth to convince voters to vote on election day Vijay Goel the mahanagar karyavah of the Vaishali unit says “In this area people talk a lot but only a handful casts votes This time we will ensure that voting percentage reaches a record high We are aiming for 100 per cent voting” Goel says that in the Hindon area they approached nearly 800 RWAs to register new voters “We left copies of Form 6 (to register new voters) at certain shops or with photocopiers and told people that they could go there and take the forms after paying Re 1” Nearly 100 km away from Lucknow is Thulwansa village in Rae Bareli where another shakha is in progress The mukhya shikshak of this camp is Abhishek Maurya an LLB student “This year we have managed to add nearly 60 names to the voter list” This village has nearly 2500 voters most of them OBCs and Dalits “We know our seat is high-profile because Sonia Gandhi represents it but we will ensure that maximum votes are cast and that majority of them go to the BJP” Villagers say the shakha was set up in 1985 after a communal clash Muslims form nearly 15 per cent of the voters in Thulwansa *** It helps the BJP that the RSS has a dedicated cadre force with a reach that is the envy of many mainstream political parties According to a report released earlier this month at the RSS’s Bangalore Pratinidhi Sabha the organisation holds weekly meetings at 10146 places and monthly meetings at 7387 places However sources concede that these figures could be inflated and that at some places shakhas are losing their way by being openly political and lobbying for tickets for BJP leaders close to them Before the BJP came out with its list of candidates the RSS’s Keshav Bhawan and Bharati Bhawan offices in Lucknow were a hangout for BJP ticket-seekers Besides for an organisation that prides itself on being the ideological fountainhead of the BJP the decision to take the plunge and openly throw its weight behind the party has rattled a few within During private conversations swayamsevaks concede that the RSS from being a mentor of the BJP will end up looking like the “younger brother” of the party An RSS pracharak in Ghaziabad says “Though we have always called ourselves a cultural organisation people consider us a political one Now looking at the way we are working in these elections there will be no doubt that we work for the BJP” A day at the shakha Members usually spend an hour at the shakha During the first half hour the cadres exercise and play games such as kabaddi and kho-kho The next 15 minutes are for baudhik (intellectual) activities such as chanting mantras reading passages from RSS books and singing songs For the last 15 minutes they chant the RSS prayer Namaste Sada Vatsale Matribhume During sittings at the shakha members discuss the status of the vote-contact programme and approach voters whenever they find time To streamline the campaign the RSS holds coordination meetings at both the national and local levels For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shubhajit Roy | New Delhi | Published: September 13 2016 2:26 am Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani (File Photo) Top News With Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani set to visit India this week with a shopping list for arms and ammunition to equip the Afghan police and armed forces India is looking at signing a crucial agreement that will allow extradition of international terrorists and criminals from Afghanistan Sources said that New Delhi is keen to ramp up counter-terrorism cooperation with Kabul especially in the wake of heightened tension with Pakistan Ghani will meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi during his visit on September 14-15 Officials said that Afghanistan’s National Security Adviser Haneef Atmar who had visited India in November 2015 had been in close consultations with NSA Ajit K Doval over the past 10 months “During their first meeting they focused on cooperation in the political security and economic areas including the current situation in Afghanistan and the region… both NSAs discussed and exchanged views on mutual efforts in fighting terrorism in line with the provisions of the Strategic Partnership Agreement The extradition agreement is one of the key steps in that direction” an official said As the Union Cabinet gave its approval on Monday the extradition treaty — expected to be signed during Ghani’s visit — would provide a legal framework to seek extradition of terrorists economic offenders and other criminals from and to Afghanistan India has extradition treaties with at least 37 countries An agreement with Afghanistan will be noteworthy since the country shares borders with Pakistan and many terror groups operate along the Afghan-Pakistan border Extradition treaties define an offence as an extraditable offence if it is punishable under the laws in both the contracting states by imprisonment for a period of at least one year With the extradition treaty in the bag sources said that the Afghan President is likely to make a request for defence equipment in the months ahead For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Bengaluru | Published: September 5 2017 11:07 am Bigg Boss Tamil star Oviya says she she is single Related News Bigg Boss Tamil breakout star Oviya Helen on Monday tweeted “Relationship status: single and satisfied” suggesting an end to the complicated relationship she had with her fellow contestant Aarav Oviya grew closer to Aarav during the course of her stay at the Bigg Boss House However things between them got complicated when Aarav began to ignore her completely They both also shared some level of intimacy before their relationship went south It was later touted as the main reason for the emotional stress Oviya suffered on the show and her subsequent exit Even after coming out of the show Oviya maintained that she was still very much in love with Aarav “Ture love never fails You may think that I must be a crazy for saying this I believe in love and love still exists” she said in a video message to her fans earlier “My love is true and I will get it back” Relationship status:single and satisfied — Oviyaa (@OviyaaSweetz) September 4 2017 What led to her change of heart is unknown But her fans are very happy about her decision Her latest tweet has received over 50000 likes 14000 re-tweets and over 7000 comments After she chose to quit Bigg Boss Tamil citing emotional reasons fans expected her to return to the show soon as a wild card contestant She made it clear that she won’t re-enter the show but she told her fans that they can see her on the big screen in the coming days Oviya has played an extended role in Vishnu Vishal’s upcoming film Silukkuvarpatti Singam which is touted to be her comeback film in Kollywood after her new-found fame among the Tamil audience In order to cash in on her popularity producer of Cheeni which was in the cold storage for a long time has renamed the film Oviyaava Vitta Yaaru and planning to release it soon For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related News iPhone 7 Airtel offers: Get the phone at just Rs 19,Sanjay Gupta and Ramesh Taurani to keep at least a gap of three weeks between the two ventures. 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