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  • Police-Rangers teams carry out search in four Hyderabad seminaries

    HYDERABAD: Joint teams of police and Rangers personnel on Tuesday paid surprise visits to four seminaries in different parts of Hyderabad and carried out search operations in line with the National Action Plan to curb terrorism, religious extremism and sectarianism...

    According to a press statement issued by the Hyderabad district police, the search operations were conducted in Madressah Miftahul Uloom at Anaj Mandi, Madressah Shamsul...

  • Initial voter lists put on display at 100 offices

    KARACHI: With the display of initial voter lists at the offices of assistant registration officers, the preparations for holding local bodies elections in Sindh on Sept 20 entered their second phase on Tuesday...

    The newly enlisted voters could verify their names till July 27 and if there is any anomaly could get it rectified by submitting the form available with the AROs while those already enlisted in the voter lists could get...

  • Footprints: Wooing the voter

    I step into a narrow road at Liaquatabad No 3, the road further constricted by motorcycles parked alongside pushcarts selling shoes and plastic goods...

    Behind them is a row of run-down shops thronged with women and girls laden with bags of shopping on a Sunday evening
  • 'Incomplete voter lists provided for NA-120 to facilitate rigging'

    While addressing a press conference in Lahore, Dr Rashid said that after the election schedule is announced, no change can be made to voter lists and no development can be done in the constituency according to the rules set by the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP)...

    "Yet, when we asked for the voter lists, we were given a list that was updated till December 2016, which shows an increase of 30,000 voters over the past three...

  • ‘Voter lists will be prepared well in time for elections’

    ISLAMABAD: The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) has introduced a computerised voter list system in all provincial election commission offices...

    ECP Additional Director General Haroon Khan Shinwari said on Sunday that district election commission officers will no longer have to “collect forms and wait months to sit with staff from Nadra to make entries, changes and corrections regarding details of voter lists”...

  • 'Russian hackers' attack two US voter databases

    WASHINGTON: Russian-based hackers may have been responsible for two recent attempts to breach US voter registration databases in two states, raising fears Moscow is trying to undermine November's presidential election, US media said Monday...

    Illinois officials said last month that they shut down their state's voter registration after a hack...

  • Russian hackers attack two US voter databases: reports

    WASHINGTON: Russian-based hackers may have been responsible for two recent attempts to breach US voter registration databases in two states, raising fears Moscow is trying to undermine November’s presidential election, US media said on Monday...

    Illinois officials said last month that they shut down their state’s voter registration after a hack...

  • Rain affects voter turnout

    Rain on a presidential election day decreases voter turnout not only in the current election but also during future elections, suggesting that voting today is associated with voting in the future, according to a study by Thomas Fujiwara and Tom Vogl at Princeton and Kyle Meng at the University of California, Santa Barbara...

    Matching daily weather data with county-level US presidential election returns from 1952 to 2012, they found...

  • PTI seeks NA-122 voter lists from ECP

    LAHORE: The Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) is gathering the evidence of changes in voter lists of the Election Commission of of Pakistan (ECP) for NA-122 by-polls, which the party lost to the ruling PML-N candidate on Sunday...

    The cell on Tuesday wrote to the ECP to obtain the computerised voter lists used for the by-polls on October 11...

  • Dullest election day so far in Karachi with voter turnout at historic low

    KARACHI: It could be termed the dullest election day of the city’s traditionally rich electoral history with voter turnout as low as barely 11 and nine per cent when residents of Azizabad and PIB Colony went to the polls to cast vote in by-elections for PS-106 and 117 on Thursday...

    The voter turnout was much lower than even the ‘expectations’ of contesting parties in both the constituencies, which had traditionally remained...

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