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Pledge to Vote : Every vote counts

Google India has started a holistic campaign, keeping into mind the next Parliamentary Elections 2014 in India. The Campaign as such is  called as Google Politics & Elections which will act as Elections hub to study, watch, discuss, participate in digital campaign trail of various participating agencies such as Election Commission, Political Parties and Ordinary Voters.

Google India started the project with the video featuring Mr. Shyam Saran Negi, – oldest voter in Himachal Pradesh & Independent  India’s first-ever voter. Mr. Negi lives in  picturesque village called Kalpa, located at an altitude of 10,000 feet, in Kinnaur district  and he wants no Indian to miss out on the coming electoral battle as he has never missed to vote since 1951.

Google India has this Link where voters can Pledge to Vote with a message and as along with the Pledge can check latest Trends of Political Parties.

We hope, India’s 81.45 crore electoral population will choose a fair and stable government who will try to increase the Tourism, spread the Incredible India brand overseas and make policies & infrastructure for the betterment of Tourism in India.

Happy Voting & Happy Travelling!

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Indian general election, 2014 Schedule for 16th Lok sabha polls

Today Chief Election Commission has announced the  16th Lok Sabha in India from April 7, 2014 to May 12, 2014,making it the longest election in Indian History , to be done in 9 phases. There are 543 parliamentary constituency in India and all will go for voting in this election time.

The Phases schedule are here for everyone’s convenience :-

Phases Date States/U.Ts
Phase 1 07 April 2014 2
Phase 2 09 April 2014 5
Phase 3 10 April 2014 14
Phase 4 12 April 2014 3
Phase 5 17 April 2014 13
Phase 6 24 April 2014 12
Phase 7 30 April 2014 9
Phase 8 07 May 2014 7
Phase 9 12 May 2014 3

The state wise distribution of election date is also minutely crafted by the EC. Here is the Bird’s-eye view:

Sr No. States / Union Territories Election Date
PHASE I PHASE II PHASE III PHASE IV PHASE V PHASE VI
1 Andaman 10-Apr-14
2 Andhra Pradesh 30-Apr-14
3 Arunachal Pradesh 09-Apr-14
4 Assam 07-Apr-14 12-Apr-14 24-Apr-14
5 Chandigarh 10-Apr-14
6 Chhattisgarh 10-Apr-14 17-Apr-14 24-Apr-14
7 Dadra Nagar Haveli 30-Apr-14
8 Daman and Diu 30-Apr-14
9 Goa 17-Apr-14
10 Gujarat 30-Apr-14
11 Haryana 10-Apr-14
12 Himachal Pradesh 07-May-14
13 Jammu and Kashmir 10-Apr-14 17-Apr-14 24-Apr-14 30-Apr-14 07-May-14
14 Jharkhand 10-Apr-14 17-Apr-14 24-Apr-14
15 Karnataka 17-Apr-14
16 Kerala 10-Apr-14
17 Lakshadweep 10-Apr-14
18 Madhya Pradesh 10-Apr-14 17-Apr-14 24-Apr-14
19 Maharashtra 10-Apr-14 17-Apr-14 24-Apr-14
20 Manipur 09-Apr-14 12-Apr-14
21 Meghalaya 09-Apr-14
22 Mizoram 09-Apr-14
23 Nagaland 09-Apr-14
24 NCT OF Delhi 10-Apr-14
25 Odisha 10-Apr-14 17-Apr-14
26 Puducherry 24-Apr-14
27 Punjab 30-Apr-14
28 Rajasthan 17-Apr-14 24-Apr-14
29 Sikkim 12-Apr-14
30 Tamil Nadu 24-Apr-14
31 Telangana 30-Apr-14
32 Tripura 07-Apr-14 12-Apr-14
33 Uttar Pradesh 10-Apr-14 17-Apr-14 24-Apr-14 30-Apr-14 07-May-14 12-May-14
34 Uttarakhand 07-May-14
35 West Bengal 17-Apr-14 24-Apr-14 30-Apr-14 07-May-14 12-May-14

We hope, India’s 81.45 crore electoral population will choose a fair and stable government who will try to increase the Tourism, spread the Incredible India brand overseas and make policies & infrastructure for the betterment of Tourism in India.

Happy Voting & Happy Travelling!

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