thanks for the information. i am familiar with the senthil and kalyan websites, but the "interpretation" link below sets out the EC website data availability issue well. it appears, if i may paraphrase, that the 'VOTESPOLLED' was actually known to the EC as of may 6th, and it could well be the case that this data was actually DOWNLOADED TO THE COUNTING MACHINES (ie. the control units), rather than uploaded from them!
that would be quite remarkable indeed. and proof of fraud.
On Tue, Jul 7, 2009 at 10:21 AM, Nalapat Saraph <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Rajiv,Here is a link to the original questions we have raised: http://government.wikia.com/wiki/2009_Lok_Sabha_Data_QuestionsHere is an interpretation of our research that a wiki user has posted: http://government.wikia.com/wiki/Review_the_2009_Lok_Sabha_Election_Process:_Promises_and_RealityHere is a link to a detailed blog describing how Trojan Horse+Wireless Chips+Excel Spreadsheets make a potent combination for centralized control of large number of EVMs:http://psenthilraja.wordpress.com/2009/05/24/remote-controlling-evm-manufacturing-election-result/#commentsHere is a link to an excellent collection of various viewpoints on the election:http://sites.google.com/site/hindunew/electronic-voting-machines