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Andhra Pradesh Legislative Council Elections - 2007

LACs of the Legislative Council elections
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UTF candidates emerges winners in many regions

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

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Counting process takes about 60 hours

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Listing of Polling stations identified for Upper House

5000 polling stations proposed

Hyderabad, January 17, 2007

Preparations for revival of State Legislative Council reached final stage on Wednesday when the list of polling stations identified for conduct of elections from graduates’ and teachers’ constituencies was forwarded to the Election Commission for approval. Nearly 5000 polling stations across the State have been proposed for the purpose. Once, the EC approves the list, the State Election authorities will allot eligible voters whose names figure in the electoral rolls already published.

Sources said that that the Chief Minister is leaving for New Delhi on a day’s visit on Thursday that is aimed at discussing with the Congress High Command the likely party candidates for the Legislative council on the basis of different criteria, primarily loyalty to the party.

He will use his visit to suggest to party bigwigs, a plan to constitute regional developmental councils, one each for coastal Andhra, Telangana and Rayalaseema. He will brief the leadership about the various developments including controversy raised by the TDP over his surrender of lands by his family to the government for distribution to the poor.

Andhra Pradesh on January 17, 2007

AP High Court judges to be increased to 66
Rs. 7 crore would be allocated for computerization

AAI will sign MoU on State airports
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State Government sets up panel to suggest IIT location
Three-member high power committee to study

Dy DEO and three teachers arrested in DSC Scam
Rs. 47.70 lakhs recovered

Listing of Polling stations identified for Upper House
5000 polling stations proposed

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