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"He has represented his country on 101 occasions,if brilliant.Belgium, Getty images Cashing in on the latest trend, In this contest held in October last year,people had to post a selfie with their Electoral Photo Identity Card (EPIC) and lucky entries stood a chance of winning various electronic gadgets Kunal noted that the contest which aimed atboosting voter enrollment among youth garnered a large audience "Our audience had reached one lakh" he said Now the contest is in its second season This number is significant in the context of Goa as it has a total population of just 15 lakh while the total voter strength is about 11 lakh This makes the tiny coastal state’s electorate one of the smallest in India Kunal believes that Facebook is a unique platform for the authorities to put out information in a creative and easy-to-understand manner "Or else messages can be put out in a bland manner too" addedthe officer Scrolling through the Facebook page one gets to viewthe different ways in which the electoral office has tried to spread its message among youngGoans In a special series ‘Goa on Elections’ young anchors go to different college campuses across the state to quiz students —many of them potential first-time voters —on voting rights elections and the Indian political system These videos are fun to watch easy to comprehend and enjoyable Perfect infotainment for the young voters Here’s a glimpse of it CEO Goahas also unlocked other ways of utilising short videos for voter awareness campaigns Stating ethical voting and maximum participation of eligible voters as the two main objectives of thevoter awareness campaign the electoral body addedthat it has utilised the vibrant Goan culture to spread its message among the electorate A series of short clips by Kala Academy Goa’s premier art and theater institute urge voters to exercise their right wisely This particular Konkani-language video made by Tiatr Academy has got the highest traction on their page till now Tiatr is a popular form of Goan musical theatre mainly performed in Konkani Then there are videos which promote ethical voting Through these videos the election bodycondemns voter bribery and urge women voters to elect their candidate without being influenced by the male members of their family The electoral body has also roped in several Goan personalities to encourage voters to come out and vote on 4 February Prominent among them are fashion designer Wendell Rodricks singer Hema Sardesai —who interestingly has also sung the election song playwright Vijaykumar Naik among several others The creative infographics do their jobeffectively On voter bribery A simple message to vote wisely put very creatively Go Goa vote Like no one Then press Nota Encouraging 100 percent voter turn out: The Goa CEO way Taking a cue from Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s digital India push the Election Commission has launched three apps for the public: Sugam Suvidha and Samadhan The Goa CEO used Facebook to spread awareness about these apps While Samadhan app is for public redressal Suvidha is for tracking and approval of all campaign-related applications Sugam on the other hand helps take care of arrangement of vehicles for poll duty Here is an explainer video for the Samadhan app The recurring feature of the page is the constant updates it shares encouraging people to contact the CEO Office for any redressal The CEO has also targeted political parties The election body through Facebook is ensuring that the model code of conduct is duly followed by all candidates in Goa Kunal cited the example of how Facebook helped his team to fight the "matka" menace after the dates of the election were announced on 4 January " Users helped us hit "matka" hard after the model code of conduct kicked in Through photos shared by the public we could locate these dens and close them" the officer said The Chief Electoral Officer said he is happywith the feedback When asked whether the social networking site has had any direct role in increasing the voter registration Kunal felt that while it would be difficult to give a definite data linking Facebook with higher registrations it definitely helped them create a buzz around the polls among youngsters "Even if we consider that one member in a family of five has liked our page itmeans at least 25 percent of the population is directly connected with us through our Facebook page In total we reach to about 10percent of the Goan population" saidKunal With such a robust social media campaign the Goa CEO expects a jump of at least five percent in the voter turnout In 2012 the voter turnout was around 83 percent However Kunal felt it would be a "herculean" task to achieve Goa might seem to be insignificant in terms of its size — the Vidhan Sabha has just 40 seats But the state CEO’s social media activism can set an example for other Indian states By: Tech Desk | Published: July 18 2016 4:51 pm Send an email to termsofservice@nianticlabscom with “Arbitration 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February 17 2012 12:41 pm Related News Mallika Haydon is surely getting a lot of eyeballs courtesy her sizzling hot number ‘I’ll Do The Talking’ in Saif Ali Khan’s home production ‘Agent Vinod’ The half Indian- half Australian beauty has now been offered yet another dance number in the same film Apparentlythe makers of ‘Agent Vinod’ were elated with the response to the first song and hence decided to rope in Mallika for yet another special song The song called ‘Pyaar Ki Pungi’ has been sung by Mika and will feature Mallika shaking a leg with Saif Ali Khan Originally set to release in December 2011’Agent Vinod’ was postponed following a delay in its shooting schedule and will now release on March 232012 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Published: August 21 2016 10:06 pm Only 22 overs were bowled on the first day with West Indies 62 for two wickets when play was halted (Source: AP) Top News The final Test between West Indies and India headed towards an inevitable draw after play was washed out again on the scheduled fourth day in Trinidad on Sunday For the third straight day the umpires decided a soggy outfield was in an unsatisfactory condition at Queen’s Park Oval in Port of Spain Only 22 overs were bowled on the first day with West Indies 62 for two wickets when play was halted With only one day left and a draw inevitable India will win the four-Test series 2-0 India assumed the world number one position on the International Cricket Council rankings from Australia on Wednesday but needed to win in Trinidad to retain top spot Instead Pakistan will become number one on Monday For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Published: June 14 2017 6:53 pm Morgan Schneiderlin has promised to push himself to the limits (Source: Reuters) Top News Everton midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin has promised to push himself to the limits in pre-season to help the Merseyside club lay the groundwork for a successful 2017-18 campaign Schneiderlin made 14 appearances for Everton after moving to Goodison Park from Manchester United in January helping them secure a seventh-placed league finish and a qualifying spot in next season’s Europa League “I want to have a great pre-season push myself to the limit and push this football club back to the top” the Frenchman told the club’s website (wwwevertonfccom) “I’m happy with my performances but I know I can push myself even more to be the best as possible In all my career every season I have wanted to improve wanted to get better than the season before and to be the best I can I’m 27 now but I’m not going to stop I just want to improve every day” Everton start their pre-season fixtures with a friendly in Tanzania before a trip to face Dutch side FC Twente on July 19 Their Europa League campaign begins with the first leg of their third round qualifier on July 27 For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More 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