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India's national elections will take place in phases over 44 days. Here's why it takes ...

Newsday 15 Apr 2024
WHY DOES IT TAKE SO LONG? ... Sign up ... AP/Manish Swarup ... This time too, polling stations will be installed in remote places, including one inside a wildlife sanctuary in southern Kerala state and another in a shipping container in western Gujarat state.
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India’s national election will take place in phases over 44 days. Here’s why it takes ...

Wtop 15 Apr 2024
WHY DOES IT TAKE SO LONG? ... EVERY VOTE COUNTS ... This time too, polling stations will be installed in remote places, including one inside a wildlife sanctuary in southern Kerala state and another in a shipping container in western Gujarat state ... Source .
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Adani proposes ₹1,689-crore investment for ship leasing firm in Gift City

Business Line 12 Apr 2024
Sources said this company will focus on ship leasing, including operating leases or financial leases of ships, ocean-going vessels, and their engines or other parts.
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Photos: EC setting up polling booths at remote locations

The Siasat Daily 27 Mar 2024
... photo, voters wait in queues to cast their votes at a polling station set up in a shipping container, in Bharuch, Gujarat.
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From Gir forest to remote islands: How ECI literally move mountains to conduct polls

Hindustan Times 27 Mar 2024
... a one-hour boat ride to a polling station set up in a shipping container in an islet in Gujarat, the Election Commission of India (ECI) has many feats to its credit when it comes to holding elections.
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India’s multi-phase election will stretch over 44 days

Sun Star 19 Mar 2024
Why does it take so long? ... Every vote counts ... This time too, polling stations will be installed in remote places, including one inside a wildlife sanctuary in southern Kerala state and another in a shipping container in western Gujarat state.
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India's multi-phase election will stretch over 44 days. Here's why it takes so long

Khaleejtimes 18 Mar 2024
It boils down to two key reasons ... This time too, polling stations will be installed in remote places, including one inside a wildlife sanctuary in southern Kerala state and another in a shipping container in western Gujarat state.
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India’s multi-phase election will stretch over 44 days. Here’s why it takes so long

Wtop 18 Mar 2024
WHY DOES IT TAKE SO LONG? ... EVERY VOTE COUNTS ... This time too, polling stations will be installed in remote places, including one inside a wildlife sanctuary in southern Kerala state and another in a shipping container in western Gujarat state ... Source .
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EC to set up polling stations in shipping container, sanctuary

Hindustan Times 16 Mar 2024
Setting up polling stations in shipping containers, a hamlet with lone voter, and a sanctuary are among various ... A polling station has also been set up in a shipping container in Gujarat’s Aliabet.
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Shipping Ministry approves projects worth ₹645-crore in Assam to boost tourism

Business Line 15 Mar 2024
India’s Shipping Ministry has approved waterways projects worth ₹645 crore on Brahmaputra in Assam ... Sarbananda Sonowal, Union Minister for Ports, Shipping and Waterways, said.
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Western nations finally realize – sanctions won’t weaken Russia

Blitz 13 Mar 2024
The report accused Indian sellers and European buyers of possibly “circumventing sanctions” by selling crude products from a refinery in Gujarat that is co-owned by Russian oil company Rosneft.
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Pakistani boat apprehended near Gujarat coast with 60 packets of drugs, six crew members arrested

Hindustan Times 12 Mar 2024
A boat carrying 60 packets of drugs was seized and six Pakistani crew members onboard the vessel were apprehended off the Gujarat coast in a multi-agency operation on Tuesday, an official said. Coast Guard ship chasing the boat (Image.
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Another shock for Congress, this time in Kerala: Former CM Karunakaran’s daughter Padmaja set to join BJP

Financial Express 07 Mar 2024
This comes almost a year after Anil Antony, former Kerala CM A K Antony\u2019s son, joined the BJP and during a week when party leaders from Gujarat to Uttar Pradesh jumped ship ... I know who worked against me ... The soul of my father will not condone her.
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Another shock for Congress, this time in Kerala: Former CM Karunakaran\u2019s daughter Padmaja set to join BJP

Indian Express 07 Mar 2024
This comes almost a year after Anil Antony, former Kerala CM A K Antony\u2019s son, joined the BJP and during a week when party leaders from Gujarat to Uttar Pradesh jumped ship ... I know who worked against me ... The soul of my father will not condone her.

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