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- Krishna Byregowda
- D Venkatesh Murthy: BBMP should be split
- Yogaiah V C: From RWA to MLA Candidate
- Michael Fernandes: I will keep working for people
Sridhar Pabbisetty: knows policy, can he practice?
- DR M R V Prasad:Want to cure the system
- B K Chandrashekhar: Manifestos should be practical
- A C Srinivas: I’m not corrupt
- B K Shivaram: Issues are my greatest opponents
- K J George: I want to do much more, if re-elected
- R Ashoka: Priority to Green Bangalore, water supply
- Ashwin Mahesh: Government data on public domain can prompt citizen participation
- Ramalinga Reddy: BJP Government was partial in releasing funds
- Meenakshi Bharath: For me, winning is a means to solve issues better
- H D Kumaraswamy: Corruption will not be poll-issue this time
- Uday Garudachar: Affordable housing is my priority
- Shobha Karandlaje: Illegal LPG disconnection drive won’t affect my image
- B N Vijayakumar: Shopping complex will be rebuilt
- N A Haris: I got Sulikunte project sanctioned for EWS evictees
- Ashwath Narayan: Getting people to believe in the system was challenging
- Narendra Babu: BBMP isn’t accessible
- Dinesh Gundu Rao: Improvement is a continuous process
- KJP: Real solution is to stop the growth of Bangalore
- JD(S): Better water, power management
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Bangalore bids goodbye to apathy, with a voter turnout of 58%
Amid the usual problems of missing names from voter rolls and proxy-voting threats, people of namma city came out and voted in large numbers than ever before, on the Big Day.
“Not enough clamour from citizens for reforms in city governance”
Rajeev Chandrasekhar says he wants the voters to be aware of the real direction required for Bangalore, about the positions of the MLA candidate and political parties, about the real reforms required in city governance
Professor offers political internships
IIMB Professor and Congress Party leader Rajeev Gowda is looking for interns interested in getting first-hand experience of the practical aspects of electoral politics.
Big names try to change the elections game
BPAC, founded by prominent Bangaloreans including Mohandas Pai and Kiran Mazumdar Shaw, wants to identify and support strong election candidates. Santosh Hegde, B N Vijayakumar and Rajeev Gowda share their thoughts too.
Not voting makes a difference too – especially for your kids
When elections come around, all of us become political pundits with opinions and lamentations. But Priya Ramasubban offers a practical look at things on the ground.
Voting is better than blaming the system
Samaya TV CEO shares how to choose right candidates in this election and why one should vote, even when there are no apparent suitable candidates.
Make your vote count for a better Namma Bengaluru »
Rajeev Chandrasekhar, Rajya Sabha MP from Bangalore, reflects on what to consider while voting in this election..
Think it’s the government’s job to run the country while you run your life?»
You think your life is far removed from politics, that you are getting on with your life and your interest in the democratic procedure consists of giving a thumbs up or down to Arnab and Rajdeep grilling a politician?.
As low as 10% of the total votes can win a neta a nice chair, a plot, a VIP status, an entourage whose salaries are paid by our taxes and the most powerful weapon – a chance to be in the legislature where our fate can be decided..
Come on Bangalore, this is a call for action»
Mohandas Pai exhorts citizens to register enmass as voters for the coming state elections. .
Karnataka’s dance of democracy: Naavu ready, Neevu barteera?
Change requires participation in democratic processes, not just exercise of voting rights; as the state readies for the 2013 Assembly elections, how can you engage yourself to make a difference?
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Info for Voters
Polling booths open at 7am. Get ready to vote on Sunday »
How to find your name in the rolls? What if you don’t have an EPIC/voter ID card? How to find your polling booth? Who are the candidates? How to select the best?
Name on roll, but no EPIC card? Don’t worry»
What if you don’t find any deserving candidate?
How to exercise right of not voting – Learn about 49-O option.
Complain about election misconduct from your cellphone »
Voter roll registration closed on Apr 7th »
From Form 6 to Voter ID card »
Did you ever wonder how your name gets on the voter rolls in Bengaluru? Here’s a quick run through, slideshow included
Karnataka political parties raise 1000s of crores, somehow»
INC, BJP, JDS and other parties receive huge sums of money as donations from corporates and individuals – who has given how much?
New voter lists: Lakhs still missing! »