Hyderabad sources made a statement that electoral roll for the upcoming elections are up to date, said Chief Electoral Officer Rajath Kumar. Meanwhile when talking to the media here at Secretariat, he said that as per the court orders the voter list will be released. It is for the first time the data is going to be put out in the website ERONET. He added “The voter list will be uploaded once all the errors are rectified”.
As per report it was stated that in the meeting he also presented the data on the number of applications received and changes made to the voter list. Accordingly the total number of applications received were 33,14,006 and applications received for the enrollment in to the list (form-6) were 22,36,677.
Furthermore applications received to take names off the list (form-7)
-7,72,939. Hence change in details (form-8,8 A) were 2,91,256 and the accepted
applications-30,00,872 and hence rejected Applications were 3,12,335. Finally the
pending applications are 799.
E-Commerce Firms growth in peak this festive season As per report with major e-commerce festive season sales coming to a close, the industry has generated sales of around Rs 15,000 crore ($2.3 billion), according to RedSeer Consulting’s estimates. Meanwhile this is a 64% growth over last year, where e-commerce companies clocked sales worth $1.4 billion.
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