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Delhi: Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar to fight from Karnal Assembly, Yogeshwar Dutt (Baroda), Babita Phogat (Dadri), Indian Hockey team ex-captain Sandeep Singh from Pehua.

Here is the list of candidates:

1. Karnal – Shri Manohar Lal Khattar

2. Tohana – Shri Subhash Barala

3. Kalka – Smt. Latika Sharma

4. Panchkula – Shri Gyan Chand Gupta

5. Ambala Cantt. – Shri Anil Vij

6. Ambala City – Shri Ashim Goyal

7. Mulana (SC) – Shri Rajveer Barada

8. Sadhaura (SC) – Shri Balwant Singh

9. Jagadhri – Shri Kanwarpal Gurjar

10. Yamunanagar – Shri Ghanshyam Das Arora

11. Radaur – Shri Karndev Kamboj

12. Ladwa – Shri Pawan Saini

13. Shahbad (SC) – Shri Krishan Bedi

14. Thanesar – Shri Subhash Sudha

15. Pehowa – Sardar Sandeep Singh

16. Guhla (SC) – Shri Ravi Taranvali

17. Kalayat – Smt. Kamlesh Dhanda

18. Kaithal – Shri Lila Ram Gurjar

19. Pundri – Shri Vedpal Advocate

20. Nilokheri (SC) – Shri Bhagwan Das Kabirpanthi

21. Indri – Shri Ramkumar Kashyap

22. Gharaunda – Shri Harvinder Kalyan

23. Assandh – Sardar Bakshi Singh Virk

24. Panipat Rural – Shri Mahipal Dhandha

25. Israna (SC) – Shri Krishan Panwar

26. Samalkha – Shri Shashikant Kaushik

27. Rai – Shri Mohan Lal Kaushik Badoli

28. Sonipat – Smt. Kavita Jain

29. Gohana – Shri Tirath Singh Rana

30. Baroda – Shri Yogeshwar Dutt

31. Julana – Shri Parmender Dhul

32. Safidon – Shri Bachchan Singh Arya

33. Jind – Dr. Krishan Midda

34. Uchana Kalan – Smt. Prem Lala

35. Narwana (SC) – Smt. Santosh Danoda

36. Ratia (SC) – Shri Laxman Napa

37. Kalawali (SC) – Shri Balkaur Singh

38. Dabwali – Shri Aditya Devilal

39. Rania – Shri Ramchandra Kamboj

40. Sirsa – Shri Pradeep Ratusariya

41. Ellenabad – Shri Pawan Beniwal

42. Uklana (SC) – Smt. Asha Khedar

43. Narnaund – Capt. Abhimanyu

44. Hansi – Shri Vinod Bhyana

45. Barwala – Shri Surender Puniya

46. Hisar – Dr. Kamal Gupta

47. Nalwa – Shri Ranveer Gangva

48. Loharu – Shri J.P. Dalal

49. Badhra – Shri Sukhvinder Mandi

50. Dadri – Ms. Babita Phogat

51. Bhiwani – Shri Ghanshyam Sharaf

52. Bawani Khera (SC) – Shri Bishambhar Balmiki

53. Garhi Sampla-Kiloi – Shri Satish Nandal

54. Rohtak – Shri Manish Grover

55. Kalanaur (SC) – Shri Ramavtar Balmiki

56. Bahadurgarh – Shri Naresh Kaushik

57. Badli – Shri Omparkash Dhankhad

58. Jhajjar (SC) – Dr. Rakesh Kumar

59. Beri – Shri Vikram Kadyan

60. Ateli – Shri Sita Ram Yadav

61. Mahendragarh – Shri Rambilash Sharma

62. Narnaul – Shri Omprakash Yadav

63. Nangal – Chaudhry Shri Abhay Singh Yadav

64. Bawal (SC) – Dr. Banwari Lal

65. Pataudi (SC) – Shri Satya Prakash Jaravata

66. Badshahpur – Shri Manish Yadav

67. Sohna – Shri Sanjay Singh

68. Nuh – Shri Zakir Hussain

69. Ferozepur Jhirka – Shri Naseem Ahmed

70. Punahana – Kum. Nouksham Choudhary

71. Hathin – Shri Praveen Dagar

72. Hodal (SC) – Shri Jagdish Nayar

73. Prithla – Shri Sohanpal Chhaukkar

74. Faridabad NIT – Shri Nagendra Bhadana

75. Badkhal – Smt. Seema Tirkha

76. Ballabhgarh – Shri Moolchand Sharma

77. Faridabad – Shri Narender Gupta

78. Tigaon – Shri Rajesh Nagar


Recount of presidential votes in Wisconsin ends, reaffirms Biden’s win




Joe Biden

Washington: US President-elect Joe Biden’s win in Wisconsin has been reaffirmed after two of the state’s largest counties completed the recount of the ballots cast in the November 3 presidential election, with just a little change in the tally.

The Democratic former Vice President’s lead over incumbent President Donald Trump in the key swing state grew by 87 votes, after the latter gained 45 votes in the Dane County recount and Biden got a 132-vote net gain in the Milwaukee county recount, Xinhua news agency reported.

The statewide tally showed Biden won Wisconsin by over 20,000 votes.

The Trump campaign has, as required by state law, paid $3 million for the recount, only to see his defeat more apparent.

A day before the recount results, Trump had tweeted on Saturday that he would file a lawsuit “Monday or Tuesday” to continue challenging the results.

“The Wisconsin recount is not about finding mistakes in the count, it is about finding people who have voted illegally,” he said.

“We have found many illegal votes.”

Wisconsin is set to certify the results on Tuesday.

Wisconsin Voters Alliance, a conservative voter group, has filed a lawsuit against the Wisconsin Elections Commission, asking the state’s Supreme Court to prevent the certification.

But Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers’ attorneys filed a response to the lawsuit on November 27, calling the group’s effort a “brazen attack on democracy itself” and asked the state Supreme Court to dismiss it.

The Democratic Governor said the lawsuit was a “mishmash of legal distortions” that attempted to disenfranchise millions of Wisconsin residents.

He said failing to certify the election results would alter other election results across the state, throwing the government into chaos.

Trump also suffered consecutive legal defeats in Pennsylvania, as the state’s Supreme Court on Saturday ruled against a Republican-filed case alleging voting irregularities, after a federal appeals court denied his re-election campaign’s effort to appeal its own case that was rejected by a lower court.

Trump told Fox News on Sunday that he “would like to file one nice big beautiful lawsuit” in the US Supreme Court, complaining that “it’s hard to get into the Supreme Court”.

He said the high court needs to be “willing to make a real big decision”, adding he’s got “the best Supreme Court advocates, lawyers that want to argue the case if it gets there”.

Last week, US District Judge Matthew Brann rejected the Trump campaign’s lawsuit accusing Pennsylvania of allowing voters to fix errors in the mail-in ballots and seeking to prevent the state from certifying the results.

The judge also refused the campaign to file an amended complaint.

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Around 52% Polling recorded in 1st phase of DDC Polls in Jammu and Kashmir

The SEC said that the DDC elections will play a decisive role for development at the grass-roots level.





Jammu: State Election Commissioner (SEC) K.K. Sharma said on Saturday that the first phase of District Development Council (DDC) elections in Jammu and Kashmir has been conducted successfully with a voter turnout of 51.76%.

The polling was by and large peaceful in the 43 constituencies of DDC that went to the polls on Saturday in which 3,62,766 voters, including 1,93,375 males and 1,69,391 females, out of 7,00,842 voters, exercised their franchise to choose their representatives in their respective councils, the SEC said in a press conference.

Sharma said that Reasi district recorded the highest polling at 74.62 per cent, followed by Rajouri (70.52 per cent), Poonch (68.69 per cent), Samba (68.61 per cent), Doda (64.49 per cent), Kathua (62.82 per cent), Jammu (61.49 per cent), Ramban (64.21 per cent), Udhampur (57.13 per cent) and Kishtwar (55.16 per cent) — all in Jammu division.

In the Kashmir division, Budgam district recorded the highest polling at 56.96 per cent, followed by Kupwara (50.74 per cent), Ganderbal (48.62 per cent), Bandipora (43.57 per cent), Anantnag 43.32 (per cent), Shopian (42.58 per cent), Kulgam (34.35 per cent), Srinagar (33.76 per cent) and Baramulla (32.51 per cent).

The SEC further said that large number of people came out to cast their votes in the first phase of DDC polls and panch/sarpanch bypolls. Long queues could be seen despite severe cold conditions in the Kashmir division and the hilly areas of the Jammu division, Sharma added.

The SEC said that the DDC elections will play a decisive role for development at the grass-roots level.

He also appreciated all the stakeholders for their tireless efforts for the successful conduct of the polling process. Adequate security personnel were deployed at all the polling stations to ensure the smooth conduct of the polls, he said.

The SEC further informed that arrangements for the second phase of polling — to be held in 43 constituencies, 25 in Kashmir division and 18 in Jammu division — have been put in place.

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Ahead of DDC polls, BJP targets Abdullahs over ‘land grab’




Farooq Abdullah

New Delhi: Ahead of the District Development Council (DDC) polls in Jammu and Kashmir beginning Saturday, Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad trained his guns on the Abdullahs for their alleged role in the Roshni scam.

Prasad alleged that the key leaders of the erstwhile state, including Farooq Abdullah, used their “influence and power for land grabbing”.

“In 1998, Farooq Abdullah had purchased 3 kanals of land but he encroached upon 7 kanals of land which were double the size of the purchase,” Prasad alleged while speaking to the media. He further said that under the Roshni scam, the name of Farooq Abdullah’s sister Suraiya Mattu has also appeared, who, the minister alleged, is also a beneficiary of 3 kanals of land.

“There was a conscious land loot by the powerful people of J&K who were getting benefits under the Roshni Act which was declared unconstitutional by the J&K High Court. This is low level politics by the powerful people of J&K and we condemn it,” alleged Prasad.

Prasad said the J&K High Court has declared the Roshni Act as unconstitutional and has stated that the names of people who have acquired land under this Act should be listed and made public.

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