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Assembly election 2018: Counting of votes in Jaipur to begin at RU, Commerce College at 8 am tomorrow

The counting of votes for 19 assembly constituencies in Jaipur will take place at Rajasthan University and Commerce College from 8 am.

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Voting percentage in Rajasthan assembly election 2018: All you need to know

Voter turnout in Rajasthan exceeded 72%.

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Rajasthan assembly elections 2018 live updates and news: Election department gears up for voting tomorrow

The PinkCity Post brings you latest news and live updates of Rajasthan assembly election 2018. Stay tuned and updated with the major happenings in the battle of Rajasthan this year, with us.

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Chandra Raj Singhvi likely to join Congress

Singhvi in his twitter post announced the news on Saturday.

City Reports

Walled City markets to remained closed on Dec 7; Traders appeal shoppers to cast vote

“People should vote instead of shopping on this day. Our traders should also vote. Voting is our right as well as our duty,” said an office-bearer of the traders’ association.

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Jolt to BJP, Sumitra Singh joins Congress

Sources said Sumitra was not happy ever since BJP announced its candidate for Jhunjhunu.

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Rajasthan polls 2018: Congress releases manifesto, includes 400 promises

PCC Chief Sachin pilot said that the Congress government will waive off farmers’ loan in 10 days. The pension will be provided to elderly farmers. Education will be imparted to women free of cost.

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Rajasthan Congress to release election manifesto tomorrow

Manifesto committee head Harish Choudhary, senior leader Ashok Gehlot, and PCC chief Sachin pilot will be present during the event.

City Reports

Rajasthan elections 2018: Congress likely to come out with first list of candidates by Oct 25

According to senior Congress leaders, nearly 3000 candidates have approached the committee seeking tickets for the 200 assembly seats. About 10-15 candidates are trying to get tickets for each seat in Rajasthan.

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“Selfie Le Le” contest by election department to promote voting in Rajasthan

People will have to click a selfie after casting their votes with the voting mark on their fingers. They will have to upload the picture on social media and tag election department. People with best selfies taken after casting their votes will be felicitated on the National Voters Day on January 25.