Amidst the controversies of tampering of electronic voting machines, the Election Commission has decided to replace over nine lakh Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs) with advanced M3 machines before the 2019 Lok Sabha elections.

Amidst the controversies of tampering of electronic voting machines, the Election Commission has decided to replace over nine lakh Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs) with advanced M3 machines before the 2019 Lok Sabha elections.

After issuing multiple statements on how electronic voting machines are tamper-proof, the election commission tired of criticism has decided to throw open a challenge. The election commission has challeneged techies and enthusiasts to attempt hacking EVMs starting first week of May.

After issuing multiple statements on how electronic voting machines are tamper-proof, the election commission tired of criticism has decided to throw open a challenge. The election commission has challeneged techies and enthusiasts to attempt hacking EVMs starting first week of May.

The argument surroundings the electronic voting machines i.e. EVM tampering was reignited subsequent to the Congress and the Aam Aadmi party hoisted the issue with the Election Commission freshly. At the forefront of the crucial MCD election in the Capital mutually the parties sought fragmenting of the EVMs subsequent to a video showed that the VVPAT machine used all through a trial in Bhind, Madhya Pradesh dispensed slips with the BJPs poll symbol.

The argument surroundings the electronic voting machines i.e. EVM tampering was reignited subsequent to the Congress and the Aam Aadmi party hoisted the issue with the Election Commission freshly. At the forefront of the crucial MCD election in the Capital mutually the parties sought fragmenting of the EVMs subsequent to a video showed that the VVPAT machine used all through a trial in Bhind, Madhya Pradesh dispensed slips with the BJPs poll symbol.

India's election commission (EC)  openly challenging the public to hack its electronic voting machines(EVM) | The Typical Indian

India's election commission (EC) openly challenging the public to hack its electronic voting machines(EVM) | The Typical Indian

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Friday issued a notice to the Election Commission over a petition on the alleged tampering of Electronic Voting Machines (EVM’s) during the recent Assembly Elections in five states. A bench of the Apex Court headed by Chief Justice of India (CJI) Jagdish...

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Friday issued a notice to the Election Commission over a petition on the alleged tampering of Electronic Voting Machines (EVM’s) during the recent Assembly Elections in five states. A bench of the Apex Court headed by Chief Justice of India (CJI) Jagdish...

തിരിമറി തടയാൻ തിരഞ്ഞെടുപ്പു കമ്മിഷൻ പുതിയ വോട്ടിങ് യന്ത്രങ്ങൾ വാങ്ങുന്നു

തിരിമറി തടയാൻ തിരഞ്ഞെടുപ്പു കമ്മിഷൻ പുതിയ വോട്ടിങ് യന്ത്രങ്ങൾ വാങ്ങുന്നു

In Wisconsin, Ms Clinton received 7 per cent fewer votes in counties that depended on electronic-voting machines compared to countries that used optical scanners and paper ballots, and consequently Ms Clinton may have lost up to 30,000 votes. She lost Wisconsin by 27,000 votes.

In Wisconsin, Ms Clinton received 7 per cent fewer votes in counties that depended on electronic-voting machines compared to countries that used optical scanners and paper ballots, and consequently Ms Clinton may have lost up to 30,000 votes. She lost Wisconsin by 27,000 votes.

New Delhi: All of a sudden this month the nifty Indian invention, the unique electronic voting machines that were hailed to be the harbingers of free and fair elections in India, are being made out to be the villains of the piece. So have the machines suddenly become fallible and has anybody...

New Delhi: All of a sudden this month the nifty Indian invention, the unique electronic voting machines that were hailed to be the harbingers of free and fair elections in India, are being made out to be the villains of the piece. So have the machines suddenly become fallible and has anybody...

New Delhi: Delhi Municipal Corporation elections will be held on April 22 and counting for the same will be held on April 25. Meanwhile, State Election Commissioner S.K. Srivastava said that Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs) would be used in the upcoming municipal corporation elections in...

New Delhi: Delhi Municipal Corporation elections will be held on April 22 and counting for the same will be held on April 25. Meanwhile, State Election Commissioner S.K. Srivastava said that Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs) would be used in the upcoming municipal corporation elections in...

As the days of elections begin, voters line-up to vote for their preferred candidates. The entire voting process might be the very first one for many. One of the many interesting things about the process is the Electronic Voting Machine on which we place our votes.

As the days of elections begin, voters line-up to vote for their preferred candidates. The entire voting process might be the very first one for many. One of the many interesting things about the process is the Electronic Voting Machine on which we place our votes.

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