Monthly Archives: May 2013

Modified and Messed-Up

Electoral rolls are open for claims and objections during continuous updation period when the ERMS (Electoral Roll Management System) is not under maintenance. Claims are in Form-6, application for inclusion in the rolls by people whose names do not appear … Continue reading

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Swearing Chief Ministers

Karnataka has a new Chief Minister. He swore in the name of TRUTH. Wonderful! We had a Thief Minister who either swore or wept – both in public. Sentiments  displayed in public are seldom personally felt. Another  believed in mis-Chief by black magic. … Continue reading

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TOI Story

Today’s Times of India, Bangalore, has a story on my work with Electoral Roll.

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Fake Ignorance is an Attitude, Behaviour and Practice

On 20th January I had blogged about a fake report accepted by CEO, Karnataka, about Knowledge, Attitude, Behaviour, Beliefs and Practices (KABBP) and forwarded to EC. Today’s (11 May 2013) Times of India has published a story on this, titled “Survey on … Continue reading

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