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NOTA: Marginal hike in Delhi's satellite constituencies

The maximum None Of The Above (NOTA) voters were from Gautam Buddh Nagar, while Gurgaon had the lowest NOTA numbers, the Election Commission data showed.

Maharashtra: With 29,479 votes, NOTA beats VBA, Independents in Palghar

An activist working in Palghar said contesting unfamiliar candidates by the non-BJP alliances was one of the reasons why so many people opted for NOTA option.

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NOTA outperforms Left in some states, receives over 64 lakh votes nationally

In Bihar, with the maximum votes for NOTA, the vote share at 2%, is greater than the vote share for other parties, including the AIMIM (0.72%), the BSP (1.67%), and the CPM (0.07%).

Why Bathinda villagers want to vote for NOTA

In 2017 Assembly election, Aam Aadmi Party had upset the Akali applecart in a big way. Out of nine Assembly segments in Bathinda, Akalis could win only on two — one of them, Lambi, bagged by Akali patriarch Parkaksh Singh Badal. Congress also won two seats while remaining five were bagged by the AAP.

Lok Sabha polls 2019: No help from politicians to save iconic stadium, Mumbai residents threaten to use NOTA

Residents had been campaigning against the BMC’s move for the last two years, during which, they met politicians across all party. They had also met Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis, who had ordered the BMC commissioner to hear local residents’ demands before planning a revamp.

Mumbai: Talks with Sena inconclusive, BJP firms up poll strategy

“The BJP and RSS have decided to work on a two-pronged strategy to enhance the party’s vote share on one hand and negate NOTA votes on the other,” a BJP source said.

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NOTA most popular in Chhattisgarh, could have swayed results in Madhya Pradesh

The results of assembly elections in five states -- Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Mizoram, and Telangana -- showed NOTA registering around 8.44 lakh votes.

NOTA trailer: Vijay Deverakonda goes from rowdy to politician

Directed by Anand Shankar of Iru Mugan fame, bilingual film NOTA stars Vijay Deverakonda, Sathyaraj, Nassar, MS Bhaskar, Mehreen Pirzada and Sanchana Natarajan among others.

Supreme Court quashes NOTA in Rajya Sabha polls: Against value of vote, boosts graft

NOTA was introduced in Lok Sabha polls following a 2013 decision of the Supreme Court. The EC extended this to Rajya Sabha polls via a notification in January 2014.

Vijay Deverakonda on NOTA: The love from Tamil Nadu made me want to do a bilingual

NOTA actor Vijay Deverakonda promised that he would dub for himself in the film. "The love from Tamil Nadu made me want to do a bilingual and I promise you that you will see my performance in my voice," assured Vijay.

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