Karnataka election 2018 date is announced for May 12, 2018 in all 224 constituencies of the Karnataka Legislative Assembly. The counting of votes and result announcement will take place on 15 May 2018. To cast your vote it is essential that voters follow the steps enlisted by the Election Commission of India.
To cast your vote, you must be eligible citizens like 18 years or above and a resident of the state that is going to polls. Persons
who are of unsound mind or disqualified due to ‘Corrupt Practices’ or offences relating to elections are not entitled to be registered in the electoral rolls.
What is a Electoral roll?
It is an official list of the people who are entitled to vote in an election. To cast your vote in an election, your name must be in the voters list. For every constituency, there is a list of voters. The electoral rolls are prepared Assembly Constituency wise. To cast your vote, the first and foremost requirement is that your name should be in the electoral roll. Therefore, it is your duty to find out whether your name has been registered and included in the Electoral roll. If you are not registered then you can file claim in Form No. 6 for inclusion of your
name in the electoral roll.
Form-6(Inclusion): for inclusion of his name in the roll
Form-6A(Inclusion-Overseas): Inclusion of Name in Electoral Roll by an Overseas Elector
Form-7(Deletion): for deletion of his or any other person’s name
Form-8(Modification): for change of address if new address in same polling area
Form-8A (Transposition): for change of address if new address in another polling area
How can I enrol for Karnataka election 2018
To enrol your name in electoral roll, you need to register yourself. You can register online for adding your name in voters list.
Creating the account
Visit the website voterreg.kar.nic.in
Create an Account
After creating your account your password will be communicated via e-mail and SMS.
Visit the website voterreg.kar.nic.in
Log in with your Userid (Userid will be your e-mail) and password to submit your applications.
Be sure to print the acknowledgement that you receive upon submission.
Submit the print out to your nearest Election Registration Office.
“Minchina Nondani” means Lightning registration or quick registration is the mantra for Karnataka election 2018. The ‘Minchina Nondani’ (special voter enrolment drive) is a special drive initiated across the State by the Chief Electoral Officer, Karnataka. Minchina Nondani held in on April 8 Sunday and the response was good.
Karnataka election 2018
The Election Commission of India has taken several measures to make the poll process smooth and for the convenience of the voters. Among the steps are to set up voter service centres near the booths on behalf of the Commission to make the election process smooth, effective and transparent. At these service centres, voters can clear their doubts on the election and the voting process. Last day for enrolment is April 14, 2018. Those who enrol after April 14 won’t be able to vote for this election which will be held on May 12, 2018.
New voters who have turned 18 and above as on 1.1.2018 had to carry their birth certificate and any one of the documents — Aadhaar card, passport, ration card, electricity bill, house rent agreement, bank pass book or driving licence — to prove their place of residence. They had to carry two passport size photographs to be handed over to officials. NRIs had to carry a separate set of documents and fill special forms.
Before April 14, 2018:
Visit the polling booth near your house to check if your name is in the voter list.
If your name is missing in your polling booth may be your polling booth has changed. Confirm the polling booth and even if your name is missing, enrol in the Special Enrolment Drive.
Visit the polling booth with two passport size photos, ID and address proof.
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Yaduveer Raj Urs adopted as heir of Mysuru Royal Family, heir of the 700-year-old Wadiyar dynasty and rechristened Yaduveer Krishnadatta Chamaraja Wadiyar. Yaduveer arrived at the specially erected ‘mantapa’ in the Kalyana Mantapa of the Palace accompanied by his parents Tripura Sundari Devi and Swarup Anand Gopal Raj Urs.
Yaduveer is the great grandson of Subramanya Raj Urs, the younger brother of Chamaraja Wadiyar X.
A team of priests supervised by Brahmathantra Swatantra Paraka Mutt Swamiji overlooked the adoption rituals conducted by Indrakshi Devi, sister of late Srikantadatta Narasimharaja Wadiyar and monitored by Pramoda Devi Wadiyar.
An adoption is taking place in the family after 135 years and after the princely states were dismantled in 1967. The event sets all speculation to rest on who will be the next crown prince to succeed Srikantadatta Narasimharaja Wadiyar who died in December 2013. The adoption comes 14 months after the death of Srikantadatta, at a time when the family is facing a crisis, given the state government’s move to acquire the palace, their abode for over two centuries.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Pakistani premier Nawaz Sharif shook hands and met briefly during the retreat at the Saarc summit on Thursday.
Both the prime ministers were seen talking during a reception hosted by Nepalese Prime Minister Sushil Koirala on Wednesday evening in honour of visiting Saarc heads of state and government.
“Yes, they have met and shook hands at the retreat,” Nepal foreign minister Mahendra Bahadur Pandey said over phone from Dhulikhel, where the retreat is being held on the second day of the two-day Saarc summit.
Cleanliness is godliness and temples in Bangalore are ensuring temples and that their surroundings are clean with their Swachh Mandir Abhiyaan. Banashankari temple is one of many in the city to have adopted Swachh Mandir Abhiyaan. These temples come under the department of religious and charitable endowments or Muzrai.
Boards have been installed to educate visitors on cleanliness; they tell visitors where dustbins are located. Those who don’t dump waste at the designated place or carrying a plastic bag into the premises will be fined.
A waste audit of 40 temples in the city found they generate around 5,600 kg of waste every week. All 70 temples un der the muzrai department will undertake the waste management exercise in the coming days. The department will extend the campaign to all its 34,000 temples in the state. The department has tied up with BBMP to dispose of dry waste at recycling units.