Bangalore goes to polls: Nandan Nilekani, Narayana Murthy vote

Fri Apr 18 2014, 20:29 hrs
Congress candidate from Bangalore South Nandan Nilekani showing inked finger with his wife Rohini and daughter after casting their votes in Bengaluru.“People are ready for change. There's a huge anti-Ananth Kumar wave and I'm very confident that the people of Bangalore South will vote for us," Nilekani said. (PTI)
Congress candidate from Bangalore South Nandan Nilekani showing inked finger with his wife Rohini and daughter after casting their votes in Bengaluru.“People are ready for change. There's a huge anti-Ananth Kumar wave and I'm very confident that the people of Bangalore South will vote for us," Nilekani said. (PTI)
India's ruling Congress party candidate and former Chairman of Unique Identification Authority of India Nandan Nilekani, left, shows his finger marked with indelible ink after casting his vote inside a polling station in Bangalore.Indians cast ballots on the biggest day of voting in the country's weekslong general election, streaming into polling stations even in areas where rebels threatened violence over the plight of India's marginalized and poor. (AP)
India's ruling Congress party candidate and former Chairman of Unique Identification Authority of India Nandan Nilekani, left, shows his finger marked with indelible ink after casting his vote inside a polling station in Bangalore.Indians cast ballots on the biggest day of voting in the country's weekslong general election, streaming into polling stations even in areas where rebels threatened violence over the plight of India's marginalized and poor. (AP)
Congress candidate from Bangalore South Nandan Nilekani with his mother, wife Rohini and daughter comes out after casting their votes for Lok Sabha polls at a polling station in Bengaluru. (PTI)
Congress candidate from Bangalore South Nandan Nilekani with his mother, wife Rohini and daughter comes out after casting their votes for Lok Sabha polls at a polling station in Bengaluru. (PTI)
Infosys Executive Chairman N R Narayana Murthy with his family after casting votes for Lok Sabha elections in Jayanagara in Bengaluru. (PTI)
Infosys Executive Chairman N R Narayana Murthy with his family after casting votes for Lok Sabha elections in Jayanagara in Bengaluru. (PTI)
BJP candidate from Bangalore South Ananth Kumar showing his inked finger along with his family after casting votes at a polling station in Bengaluru. (PTI)
BJP candidate from Bangalore South Ananth Kumar showing his inked finger along with his family after casting votes at a polling station in Bengaluru. (PTI)
BJP candidate from Bangalore South Ananth Kumar along with his family standing in a queue to cast votes for Lok Sabha polls in Bengaluru. (PTI)
BJP candidate from Bangalore South Ananth Kumar along with his family standing in a queue to cast votes for Lok Sabha polls in Bengaluru. (PTI)
BJP candidate Ananth Kumar is greeted by a supporter outside his residence in Bengaluru. “There is a Modi wave in the country. There are three states which will change the fortunes of BJP - UP, Bihar and Karnataka. BJP has the chance to win 80 plus seats in these states. It will form the government at the Centre with a clear majority," he told reporters in Bangalore. (PTI)
BJP candidate Ananth Kumar is greeted by a supporter outside his residence in Bengaluru. “There is a Modi wave in the country. There are three states which will change the fortunes of BJP - UP, Bihar and Karnataka. BJP has the chance to win 80 plus seats in these states. It will form the government at the Centre with a clear majority," he told reporters in Bangalore. (PTI)
Awareness of AAP, its leader Arvind Kejriwal and my candidature is very high in the constituency. People are thirsting for a change and see AAP as an alternate to the traditional parties, V. Balakrishnan said. (PTI)
Awareness of AAP, its leader Arvind Kejriwal and my candidature is very high in the constituency. People are thirsting for a change and see AAP as an alternate to the traditional parties, V. Balakrishnan said. (PTI)
A polling officer marks the finger of a voter with indelible ink at a polling station  in Bangalore. Indians cast ballots on the biggest day of voting in the country's massive general election, streaming into voting booths even in areas where rebels threatened violence over the plight of India's marginalized and poor. The nationwide voting runs until May 12, and results for the 543-seat lower house of Parliament will be announced May 16. (AP)
A polling officer marks the finger of a voter with indelible ink at a polling station in Bangalore. Indians cast ballots on the biggest day of voting in the country's massive general election, streaming into voting booths even in areas where rebels threatened violence over the plight of India's marginalized and poor. The nationwide voting runs until May 12, and results for the 543-seat lower house of Parliament will be announced May 16. (AP)
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