Monday, May 16, 2016

Naresh, tell us what you think?

Naresh —
It seems like Donald Trump hurls a different vicious insult or dangerous policy proposal every day — here on Team Hillary, it’s our job to make sure the American people don’t forget any of what he stands for, and we need your help.
Maybe you’re worried about a relative being deported, or maybe you’re a woman contemplating what life would look like if you weren’t allowed to make your own health care decisions. Maybe you’re a minimum wage worker thinking about how your life would change with a president who thinks wages are too high.
Trump is going to try to turn this campaign into a reality show media circus — but we’re not going to let anyone forget that this election is about families like yours.Will you take a minute to share your story and tell us why this election matters to you?

Thanks so much — we really appreciate your help.
Robby Mook
Campaign Manager
Hillary for America

Polling in Puducherry, Tamil Nadu, Kerala

Naresh Kumar Sagar's photo.
Election in thrree states go for polls Tamil Nadu.Kerala and Puducherry go for polls with brisk voting as huge Q reported by national broadcasters.Weather in Tamil is surging hot but does not deter the voters to excercise their franchise.Puducherry 39 iassembly is on polls.232 seat of Tamil Nadu on poll and Kerala polls for 140 seats.
Polling is underway for assembly elections in Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Puducherry amid tight security. Voting began at 7 am and will conclude at 6 pm. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has urged all the voters in states going to polls today to vote in record numbers. In a tweet, Mr Modi asked them to be a part of the festival of democracy.
In Tamil Nadu, moderate to brisk polling was reported as 18 per cent of electorate cast their ballots during the first two hours. Voting is being held today for 232 seats of the 234-member Assembly as polling in Aravakurichi and Thanjavur Assembly seats has been deferred. The Election Commission deferred polling in the two constituencies on the basis of Observer’s reports which suggest that money was offered by candidates to lure voters. The two assembly segments would go to polls on May 23. The voting is on in 65,486 booths as against the planned 66,007 booths due to deferment of polls in two seats. The number of candidates has also come down from 3776 to 3728.
In Kerala, nearly 20 per cent electorate exercised their franchise in the first three hours of polling. Polling for 140 assembly seats in the state is by and large peaceful. Alappuzha and Kottayam in Central Kerala and Wayanad and Kannur in North Kerala have recorded brisk polling, as of now. The lowest polling is in the capital Thiruvananthapuram. Heavy polling has been recorded in coastal belt and countrysides when four hours of polling passed.
In Thiruvananthapuram, sky is cloudy. Drizzles in some parts and other parts slightly affected polling in the initial hours. Elaborate security arrangements have been made on 21,646 polling booths to ensure free and fair poll. A total of 1,203 candidates including 109 women are in the fray. The State will have a triangular electoral battle, for the first time. The BJP has fielded the maximum number of 98 candidates followed by the Congress 87 and the CPI(M) 85.
Puducherry has recorded 30 percent voting till 11.30. People were coming out in large numbers to cast their votes since 7 am. In response to the Met Department prediction of showers in Puducherry, the Election Commission has raised pavilions in front of polling stations to provide protection from elements for voters. 14% polling is reported till now 9.30 am. Karaikal too is experiencing thunder showers hence polling has slowed down in the enclave. 344 candidates are contesting for the 30- member Assembly. Voting is underway at 930 polling stations spread over four regions of the Union Territory. Over 9 lakh voters will exercise their franchise today. Congress is fighting the elections in alliance with DMK while left parties have joined hands with VCK, DMDK and MDMK under the umbrella of People’s Welfare Front.
Counting of votes for Tamil Nadu, Puducherry, Kerala, West Bengal and Assam Assembly elections will be held on the 19th of this month. The counting of votes in Aravakurichi and Thanjavur Assembly seats of Tamil Nadu will take place on May 25.

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