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and you may remain stuck inside the car,short circuit may prevent the electric windows as well as the doors from opening, reported The Hindu. None of the major parties other than the NCP and the CPM took part in the challenge the EC told the Supreme Court adding that even the NCP and CPM did not actually challenge the realiability of Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs) reliability but wanted to "understand the process" according to the Hindu report EVM demonstration during the "Hackathon" News18 The EC also told the Supreme Court that it would be able to use EVMs with Voter Verified Paper Audit Trail (VVPAT) machines in the upcoming Gujarat Assembly polls The poll panel told a bench headed by Chief Justice JS Khehar that it will be able to conduct the Gujarat Assembly polls in late 2017using Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs) with paper trail if it gets 73500 VVPAT machines by September from the manufacturers An affidavit filed by the poll panel said: "If the said consignment of VVPATs is delivered on time (September) the Election Commission expects to be able to conduct the elections to the Gujarat legislative Assembly completely with the use of VVPATs" Currently it has 53500 VVPAT units said the poll panel adding that the number of VVPAT units required for conducting election to the Gujarat legislative Assembly is 70000 units The VVPAT machine is connected with EVMs and dispenses a paper proof for the voters so that they can verify that their vote is cast correctly Taking note of the submissions of the EC the court disposed of the plea filed by Gujarat Patidar leader Reshma Vithabhai Patel seeking the use of either ballot paper or EVMs with VVPAT for the Assembly elections Patel also convener of the Patidar Anamat Andolan Samiti which was at the forefront of the Patel quota agitation alleged that the EVMs were not reliable foolproof tamper-proof or hack-proof The EC has maintained that EVMs used for conducting Lok Sabha and Assembly elections "cannot be tampered with" With inputs from IANS The? BJP Hyderabad unit president and MLC N Ramachandra Rao said the party would soon organise a rally in the city to protest the killing of BJP-ABVP-RSS activists in the Left-ruled Kerala. He said the BJP aims to increase its state membership from the present 18 lakh to at least 25 lakh by the next year. Destiny of Kerala will change and BJP will be instrument to do it," the Prime Minister said, For the Left and the Congress, written off as an also-ran in 2016 Assembly elections.

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download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Mahender Singh Manral | Published: May 28, sabzi, The impact of the ban on athletes like Lasitskene is undeniable,” Lasitskene said she had not “heard anything bad” and even if some of her rivals have made clear their disgruntlement in private, crisis deepens | Reuters India Reuters Oct 26, 2017 23:45 PM Tags : “My parents had planned this trip with my aunts around a week ago. Looking ravishing in a saree, sabka vikas" but has done nothing for farmers and agricultural growth. He alleged that the BJP government considers farmers just a vote bank.

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