The Telegraph
Friday , May 9 , 2014

Free and fair

Reports of booth jamming, proxy voting and voter intimidation poured in through the day on April 30, when Howrah and Uluberia parliamentary constituencies went to vote, but most of the charges proved to be unfounded after a visit to the booths. It wa...  | Read.. 
Morning queues dwindle by afternoon, voters enjoy mid-week off
Hot and sultry, the D-Day had arrived in Howrah. After weeks of high voltage electioneering, the town had settled down to a q ...  | Read.. 
100-year old votes with grandsons
She had seen Matangini Hazra protesting in front of Tamluk Court from the terrace of her house. She remembers seeing Mahatma ...  | Read.. 
“Feels great to vote for the first time”
Shilpa Mathuria ...  | Read.. 
Free and fair