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Council Re-poll will be on April 25, 2007
Andhra Pradesh Legislative Council Elections - 2007

LACs of the Legislative Council elections
Congress bags 16 out of 23

Council Re-poll will be on April 25, 2007
Re-Poll to be held in 52 LAC constituencies

Mohan Reddy, Sudhakar Reddy and Chukka Ramaiah wins elections
UTF candidates emerges winners in many regions

Stage set for Council poll counting on Sunday
Elaborate arrangements made

Repoll ordered in 52 booths for Legislative Council Elections
Election Commission finds irregularities

Independents bag all MLC elections graduate seats
Counting process takes about 60 hours

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Council Re-poll will be on April 25, 2007

Re-Poll to be held in 52 LAC constituencies

Hyderabad, April 14, 2007

The Election Commission has ordered for a re-poll in 52 booths of the Local Authorities seats of the Andhra Pradesh Legislative Council. These seats are spread across eight districts in the state and will be conducted on April 25. The polling will be held from 8am to 4pm. Counting of votes polled in these districts and the polling of other districts will be taken up from 8am on April 27.

Out of a total 31 LACs originally scheduled to go to the polls, the election in five constituencies was unanimous while the exercise was not taken up in three LACs in Ranga Reddy District and Hyderabad in view of move to constitute Greater Hyderabad.

Meanwhile, the Andhra Pradesh Congress Committee (APCC) President K Keshava Rao commented that the Election Commission could have invalidated the votes cast through open ballot, but setting the election aside was not proper. He added that the election could be set aside if the open ballot materially affected the elections but the Commission had no evidence of it. He opined that the provision of secret ballot in the Representation of People Act maintained that the officials concerned should ensure secrecy but not the voters.

Andhra Pradesh on April 14, 2007

Council Re-poll will be on April 25, 2007
Re-Poll to be held in 52 LAC constituencies

Jana Reddy proposes one fire station per constituency
Takes parts in programs as part of Fire Safety Week Celebrations

Chief Minister reviews power situation in the state
More power cuts in towns may go for sometime

TDP to organize rallies on beedi mark row
Rallies in mandal and divisional headquarters on April 17

Minister and MLAs escaped unhurt as dias collapses at Bobbili
Minor injuries for Councilor

Narasimhavataram Utsav on April 20 Vizaginfo.com
Special buses to ply from Simhachalam to Sri Vaibhava Venkateswara Swamy temple

Rich tributes paid to Ambedkar birth anniversary Vizaginfo.com
Rallies and meetings mark the occasion

Annamalai University DDE admission forms on sale Vizaginfo.com
Last date for submission of applications with fee is August 29

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