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India does not need 'a bleeder or a pleader' as a PM: Shashi Tharoor
Tharoor hit back at Narendra Modi and Arun Jaitley for dubbing Prime Minister Manmohan Singh as "just a reader and not a leader".

Don't have blind faith in Modi, says Kejriwal to Varanasi voters
Don't have blind faith on Modi, says Kejriwal to Varanasi voters"What the media is showing is like offering opium. If you chant Modi-Modi like a blind follower, you will regret it later," Kejriwal said.

IPL 7: Duminy's heroics power Delhi to four-wicket win over Kolkata
Duminy hit an unbeaten 52 after skipper Dinesh Karthik set the foundation with a fighting 56-run knock as Delhi beat Kolkata by four wickets in Dubai.Duminy hit an unbeaten 52 after skipper Dinesh Karthik set the foundation with a fighting 56-run knock as Delhi beat Kolkata by four wickets in Dubai.

IPL 7: Shoddy Mumbai lose to RCB for second straight defeat
MI were in the game for just one over where Zaheer removed Kohli and Yuvraj, but their 115 proved too small in the end as RCB won easily by 7 wickets.MI were in the game for just one over where Zaheer removed Kohli and Yuvraj, but their 115 proved too small in the end as RCB won easily by 7 wickets.

Pakistani journalist Hamid Mir attacked near Karachi airport
Hamid Mir was attacked when he was on his way to the office after checking out from the Jinnah International Airport..

LS polls: Those opposing Modi will have to go to Pakistan, says Giriraj Singh
LS polls: Those opposing Modi will have to go to Pakistan, says Giriraj SinghSingh also said, "The Central government gives subsidy to those who export beef and not to those rearing cows."

US teen suspended for asking Nina Davuluri to prom
Patrick Farves, 18, also handed Davuluri a plastic flower after he asked her to the prom on Thursday.

'No vacancy' for leadership role for Priyanka in Congress: Tharoor
Priyanka Vadra, daughter of Congress President Sonia Gandhi, is garlanded by supporters as she campaigns in Rae Bareli.Tharoor said, "There is no vacancy at the moment. We have a President and a Vice President and they are doing a job."

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Mirwaiz flays Geelani, says he is making baseless allegation
 Moderate Hurriyat Conference chairman Mirwaiz Umer Farooq today blasted his hardline counterpart for accusing him of having a secret meeting with emissaries of Narendra Modi, saying Syed Ali Shah Geelani was making irresponsible statements aimed at creating confusion among people."The Hurriyat has taken a very serious note of this baseless and fabricated allegation. We believe the statement of Geelani is a deliberate attempt to mislead freedom-loving people of Jammu and Kashmir."The Hurriyat rejects the allegation. Neither we had a meeting with any BJP leader or his representatives nor w
BJP denies Geelani's claims, seeks apology
BJP today demanded an apology from Kashmiri separatist leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani for his claims that Narendra Modi had sent emissaries to meet him on the Kashmir issue.Rejecting Geelani's claims as "baseless and mischievous", BJP spokesperson Ravi Shankar Prasad said no representative of the Gujarat Chief Minister has ever met the separatist leader."We would like to demand from Geelani that he must apologise for making this false and unfounded statement," Prasad told reporters here.Geelani had yesterday claimed that two emissaries of Modi had approached him on March 22 for a meeting wi
First bodies pulled from submerged Korean ferry
Divers today retrieved the first bodies from the submerged South Korean ferry that capxxxxd nearly four days ago, marking a grim new stage in the search and recovery process."Divers broke through the window of a passenger cabin just before midnight and pulled out three bodies," a coastguard official said.All three were wearing lifejackets, the official said, adding that two were male while the gender of the third was not immediately confirmed.They were the same three bodies that had been spotted, but not retrieved, during an earlier dive.The confirmed death toll from the disaster now stands at
My stand vindicated: Achuthanandan on temple wealth report
Left leader V.S.Achuthanandan Saturday said the report of the Supreme Court-appointed amicus curiae Gopal Subramaniam has upheld his allegations that gold and valuables from the famed Sree Padmanabhaswamy temple here were smuggled out by members of the Travancore royal family."More than two years back, I had levelled this very same allegation that the members of the family were taking out gold in the small vessels that is normally used to carry the prasadam from the temple. "Then many mocked me and dismissed it as something which I did to show the royal family members in poor light. Now, the v
'No vacancy' for Priyanka in Cong: Tharoor
With Sonia and Rahul Gandhi at the top, Congress has "no vacancy" for a leadership role, party leader Shashi Tharoor today said amidst speculation that Priyanka Gandhi could assume a bigger responsibility in the organisation."Congress has a President and a Vice-President, who is not only functioning but also active. Off course, Priyanka Gandhi is campaigning in two Lok Sabha constituencies (Amethi and Rae Bareli)," Tharoor, who is also a party spokesperson, told reporters, adding that she herself had restricted her role to the two seats.Asked if this meant Priyanka was not required, Tharoor sa
Six mn voters' names deleted in Maharashtra!
In a shocking revelation that could impact election results, the names of nearly six million voters have been deleted or diverted across Maharashtra.The deletion was done mainly because the voters were currently not residing in the area in which they were originally registered, a state election commission official said here Saturday on condition of anonymity.Meanwhile state chief electoral officer Nitin Gadre told IANS: "These are not missing names. The deletions were done six months ago as per the legal process."Gadre said the revised lists were given to all political parties with suitable pu
You can't cross our bridge, Bihar villagers tell politicians
Residents of a village in Bihar's Darbhanga parliamentary constituency have barred elected representatives from using a bamboo bridge they have built through their own donations.Villagers of Kamalpur-Brahmotar Ghat, a village under the Pirri panchayat of Bahadurpur block in Darbhanga, have announced boycott of Lok Sabha polls for failure of people's representatives to fulfill their old demand for a concrete bridge over the Kamla river."We have built a bamboo bridge, locally known as Chachri pul, over Kamla river last November by collecting donation of Rs.3 lakh from among the village
Gadkari's remark on casteism creates furore in Bihar
 BJP leader Nitin Gadkari's statement that "casteism is in the DNA of Bihar" has caused a furore in the state with leaders from major political parties lambasting him over the issue.Congress state vice-president and media in-charge Premchand Mishra said the "irresponsible" statement of Gadkari has brought to fore the anti-Bihari stand of the BJP and the party should seek forgiveness from the people of the state."The BJP is in alliance with parties like Shiv Sena and Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) which are known for their anti-Bihari stand. It was people like Gadkari who facilitate
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Controversial comments by its leaders leave BJP red-faced
BJP leader Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi raked up the Ayodhya Ram temple agenda, saying the party will pursue the demand if voted to office.
Modi’s refusal to wear skull cap a signal of ‘bias and bigotry’, Congress says
The Congress said Narendra Modi's refusal to wear only the Islamic skull cap despite wearing "all kinds of outlandish headgears" shows his bias against Muslims.
Top Pakistani journalist Hamid Mir seriously injured in a targeted shooting in Karachi
Top Pakistani journalist Hamid Mir was seriously wounded in a targeted shooting in southern port city of Karachi when he was on his way to his office.
LS polls: In 4 phases, women beat men to EVMs
Pressing a button on an electronic voting machine (EVM) can sometimes be a powerful expression of empowerment for Indian women.
Nitin Gadkari’s casteism remarks raise storm
Former BJP national president Nitin Gadkari on Saturday whipped up a storm saying “casteism is in Bihar’s DNA’’.
Sonia Gandhi campaigns in Amethi after 10 years
Political observers attributed Sonia’s presence in Amethi to possibly the toughest election Rahul is facing this time with BJP vice-president Smriti Irani and AAP’s Kumar Vishwas in the ring.
Won't back third front, will search new allies: Cong
With stability weighing heavily on its mind, Congress will go in for the search of new allies to form a UPA-III government and has no intention to support a third front government.
‘No vacancy’ for leadership role for Priyanka: Cong
With Sonia and Rahul Gandhi at the top, Congress has “no vacancy” for a leadership role, Shashi Tharoor said amid speculation that Priyanka Gandhi could assume a bigger responsibility in the organization.
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Gujarat Congress shied away from attacking Hitlerlike Modi
Former union minister Mani Shankar Aiyar feels the Congress failed to build upon Sonia Gandhis observation that Narendra Modi was a merchant of death Excerpts from an interview
Battle lines drawn as BCCI meets today to prepare for apex court hearing
Its image having taken a beating following the controversies surrounding the IPL the BCCI will hold an Emergent Working Committee Meeting on Sunday to prepare its response for the Supreme Court hearing on April 22
TDP BJP cadre say peace fragile problems remain
Smiling for the cameras leaders from the Telugu Desam Party TDP and the BJP on Friday announced that the alliance was back on track But on the ground cadre and candidates from both parties admit that the tieup is an uneasy one
Crackdown on 100 houses in Delhi reserve forest
The authorities swung into action only after the National Green Tribunal on Thursday had ordered Delhis two top officials chief secretary and chief conservator of forests to appear before it next Tuesday
No proof of Ajit Pawar threatening villagers Police
The Pune rural police on Saturday said there was no concrete proof against deputy chief minister Ajit Pawar in a case pertaining to an alleged threat to cut off water supply to Masalwadi village if the people there did not vote fo
CEC refuses to respond to Azam Khans allegation
VS Sampath said that it is for Azam Khan to decide whether he wants relief or not referring to the SP leaders refusal to apologise for his provocative speech at an election rally
No leadership vacancy for Priyanka Tharoor
With Sonia and Rahul Gandhi at the top Congress has no vacancy for a leadership role party leader Shashi Tharoor said on Saturday amidst speculation that Priyanka Gandhi could assume a bigger responsibility in the organisation
UK Indiaborn man jailed for fake marriage racket
Harpal Singh 51 along with three other defendants admitted to arranging sham marriages across Britain before the Cardiff Crown Court in Wales the Daily Record reported Friday
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Laws should be such that no one can dare behead our soldiers: General VK Singh
The former Army Chief and BJP leader was visiting Shernagar, the native village of slain soldier Lance Naik Hemraj Singh
1 kg gold seized at India-Nepal border
Security forces today seized one kg gold being smuggled from Nepal and arrested one person from Bihar's East Champaran district.
Bollywood split wide open: Madhur Bhandarkar, Vivek Oberoi endorse Narendra Modi
Their endorsement comes days after an open appeal by a section of Bollywood to vote for a secular candidate
Jayalalithaa targets Dayanidhi Maran over 2G telecom scam
Taking on former Telecom Minister Dayanidhi Maran of DMK over corruption allegations, AIADMK supremo J Jayalalithaa today charged him with laying the "basis for the Himalayan" 2G spectrum scam and rak...
Truth vs Hype: Battle for Benares (Part II: The loneliness of Kejriwal)
Outside Cutting Memorial school grounds in Nadesar in the heart of Benares, a lady in a peach-colured sari and an AAP cap tries to convince commuters to attend an open Q and A session with Arvind Kejr...
'Emissary' row: Mirwaiz Umer Farooq slams Syed Ali Shah Geelani
The hardline leader had triggered a controversy when he claimed that Narendra Modi had sent 'emissaries' to seek a meeting with him.
Baba Ramdev is a money launderer, says Digvijaya Singh
Congress General Secretary Digvijaya Singh today lashed out at yoga guru Baba Ramdev calling him a "money launderer".
In Bihar rally, Narendra Modi's 'RSVP' jibe at the Gandhi family
In Narendra Modi's election speech in Katihar, there were repeated barbs at the Congress but no mention of Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar.
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Ghaziabad bar association suspends agitation for 15 days
Ghaziabad, April 19 (IANS) The Ghaziabad Bar Association Saturday announced it was suspending its agitation for 15 days in view of the prevailing model code of conduct, while giving this time to police to withdraw the criminal case registered against 200 unidentified lawyers. The decision was taken through a resolution passed by the general body of the association. The meeting also passed a resolution to send a letter to the district police chief in which the bar president apprised him that six police constables not only roughed up senior lawyer and former bar association secretary Shashi Tyagi but also robbed him of his mobile phone April 13. In the letter to the SSP, the bar association urged to expunge the criminal case registered under various sections against about 200 lawyers of the Ghaziabad bar.
Kolkata doctor sent to custody in Tripura for cheating
Agartala, April 19 (IANS) A court in Tripura Saturday sent a Kolkata-based doctor to 14 days judicial custody on charges of cheating two Tripura residents by taking money and promising their sons admission in medical colleges in Bangalore. Santanu Tathagata Pal, a radiologist who runs a clinic in Kolkata's Salt Lake City, was arrested earlier this week and presented before a court here Saturday, police said. The court sent him to 14 days judicial custody, a police spokesman told reporters. Pal and another doctor Baichitra Sarkar, a physiotherapist working in a private hospital in Kolkata, took Rs.40 lakh from Dilip Bhaumik, a gynaecologist and proprietor of a nursing home in Agartala, and Rs.30 lakh from businessman Sadhan Chandra Dhar for getting their sons admitted in Bangalore-based medical colleges last year.
Amicus curiae report on Padmanabhaswamy temple proves me right: Achuthanandan
Thiruvananthapuram, April 19 (IANS) Left leader V.S.Achuthanandan Saturday said the report of the Supreme Court-appointed amicus curiae Gopal Subramaniam has upheld his allegations that gold and valuables from the famed Sree Padmanabhaswamy temple here were smuggled out by members of the Travancore royal family.
Delhi policeman rescues two minors from house on fire
New Delhi, April 19 (IANS) Two minor brothers were Saturday rescued by a Delhi Police constable from a creche that caught fire due to leakage of cooking gas.
Omani national held in Hyderabad for marrying two minor girls
Hyderabad, April 19 (IANS) A 61-year-old Omani national was Saturday arrested for allegedly marrying two minor girls in the old city of Hyderabad within a week by paying money to their poor families, police said. Police busted the racket by arresting 11 others including two 'Qazi' (priests) who performed the illegal marriages and brokers including four women. Al-Madasari Rashed Masaaod Rashid, who had come to India on a tourist visa, married a 14-year-old girl and after she escaped from his clutches, married another minor and sexually assaulted her, said Deputy Commissioner of Police (South) S. Tripathi. The marriages with the minor girls came to light when the first victim along with her maternal uncle lodged a complaint with Bhavaninagar police station.
Two teenagers killed as temple wall collapses in Odisha
Bhubaneswar, April 19 (IANS) Two 15-year-old boys died when a dilapidated wall of a temple fell on them in Odisha's Ganjam district Saturday, police said. The incident occurred at Kantiagada village, about 120 km from state capital Bhubaneswar, when a group of children were on a visit to the Bateshwar temple. The wall collapsed on the boys when they were sitting close to it, police official Ramakanta Mahalik of the Rambha police station told IANS.
Samajwadi Party's Kailash Chaurasia files nomination from Varanasi
Varanasi (Uttar Pradesh), Apr. 19 (ANI): Samajwadi Party (SP) leader Kailash Chaurasia, on Saturday , has filed his nomination from the Varanasi constituency.
Bikram Majithia claims Captain Amarinder's 'violent idiom' has backfired
Amritsar, Apr. 19 (ANI): Punjab's Revenue Minister Bikram Singh Majitha on Saturday, said that Captain Amarinder Singh had "run out of steam" even before the campaign enters the last phase. "Suddenly, the guns of the man who threatened to replace ballots with bullets have begun tosound like a damp squib." Majithia said. "In the past, with each passing day, Amarinder had been showing signs of greater and greater political desperation . Amarinder is no exception.
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Polls so far: 5 things you should know
A breakdown of candidates in the first five stages of the election by the Association for Democratic Reforms and National Election Watch offers a fascinating insight into the declarations made by this year's Lok Sabha hopefuls.
Former chief Manohar to attend BCCI's Working Committee meeting
Former president Shashank Manohar will attend the Board of Control for Cricket in India's Working Committee meeting in Mumbai on Sunday as a special invitee of the Vidarbha Cricket Association.
Jaswant Singh: 'I don't see the NDA getting the numbers'
'I think the BJP will be the single largest party. Will it have enough numbers to form a government? I don't see those numbers as of today, and on the basis of the elections that have already taken place,' former Union minister Jaswant Singh tells Rediff.com's Saisuresh Sivaswamy.
IPL PHOTOS: Duminy's cameo guides Delhi home
Photos of the IPL match between Delhi Daredevils and Kolkata Knight Riders
Sree Padmanabhaswamy temple wealth being stolen?
There are "serious lapses" in management of Sree Padmanabhaswamy temple and the invaluable wealth its underground vaults contain, according to a report submitted in Supreme Court by the amicus curiae that favoured a direction for scientific audit of the treasure.
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Projects that show nothing is impossible for mankind.
Get killer legs with yoga! Here's how!
Here are five basic leg raises to tone your legs.
Sensex to hit 40,000 in two years: CLSA
On a fundamental basis, too, CLSA expects Indian markets to do well.
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Gujarat Congress shied away from attacking Hitlerlike Modi
Former union minister Mani Shankar Aiyar feels the Congress failed to build upon Sonia Gandhis observation that Narendra Modi was a merchant of death Excerpts from an interview
Battle lines drawn as BCCI meets today to prepare for apex court hearing
Its image having taken a beating following the controversies surrounding the IPL the BCCI will hold an Emergent Working Committee Meeting on Sunday to prepare its response for the Supreme Court hearing on April 22
TDP BJP cadre say peace fragile problems remain
Smiling for the cameras leaders from the Telugu Desam Party TDP and the BJP on Friday announced that the alliance was back on track But on the ground cadre and candidates from both parties admit that the tieup is an uneasy one
Crackdown on 100 houses in Delhi reserve forest
The authorities swung into action only after the National Green Tribunal on Thursday had ordered Delhis two top officials chief secretary and chief conservator of forests to appear before it next Tuesday
No proof of Ajit Pawar threatening villagers Police
The Pune rural police on Saturday said there was no concrete proof against deputy chief minister Ajit Pawar in a case pertaining to an alleged threat to cut off water supply to Masalwadi village if the people there did not vote fo
CEC refuses to respond to Azam Khans allegation
VS Sampath said that it is for Azam Khan to decide whether he wants relief or not referring to the SP leaders refusal to apologise for his provocative speech at an election rally
No leadership vacancy for Priyanka Tharoor
With Sonia and Rahul Gandhi at the top Congress has no vacancy for a leadership role party leader Shashi Tharoor said on Saturday amidst speculation that Priyanka Gandhi could assume a bigger responsibility in the organisation
UK Indiaborn man jailed for fake marriage racket
Harpal Singh 51 along with three other defendants admitted to arranging sham marriages across Britain before the Cardiff Crown Court in Wales the Daily Record reported Friday
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Countdown to the 2014 World Cup in Brazil: Day 54
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Being Muslim Under Narendra Modi
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Pictures of the Day: South Korea and Elsewhere
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Political Novice in India Meets a Gritty Reality on the Campaign Trail
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New Faces and New Location for Indian Premier League
Because of the Indian general election, the new tournament will start in the United Arab Emirates, with many teams revamped after the off-season auction.
Diageo Makes New Bid for Controlling Stake in United Spirits of India
Diageo, the world’s largest distiller, offered to pay about $1.9 billion for an additional 26 percent stake in United Spirits of India, after an unsuccessful bid to take a controlling stake last year.
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Modi critics will have to move to Pakistan post elections, says BJP leader

India's main opposition Bharatiya Janata Party's prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi addresses supporters during a campaign rally at Balasore, about 200 kilometers (125 miles) from Bhubaneswar, India, Friday, April 11, 2014. India's governing Congress party on Friday asked election authorities to prosecute Modi for filing “false affidavits'' in the past concealing that he is married. Modi, the top elected official of western Gujarat state, informed the commission earlier this week that he was married as he filed his nominations to contest for a seat in India’s Parliament from Vadodra city in Gujarat state. In four previous registrations between 2002 and 2012 for state legislature elections, he left the question of his marital status blank, Law Minister Kapil Sibal said. (AP Photo/Biswaranjan Rout)Giriraj Singh made the controversial comments in the presence of senior party leader Nitin Gadkari.



BJP rubbishes reports of Modi sending emissaries to approach Geelani

BJP hits back at Geelani's remark, says Article 370 stopping developmentThe Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Saturday rubbished claims made by Kashmir separatist leader Syed Ali Shah that their party's prime ministerial candidate, Narendra Modi, had sent two emissaries to approach him for a meeting on the Kashmir issue. "It is being reported that Modi sent emissaries to meet S.A.S. Geelani.



'Netaji' went 'mulayam' on rapists, says Modi

ModiBharatiya Janata Party (BJP) prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi on Friday attacked Samajwadi Party (SP) chief Mulayam Singh Yadav for his rape remark, saying that instead of being tough he has actually gone soft on those who rape women. "There is a problem with Netaji.



EC issues show cause notice to Mulayam Singh

Unfortunate that people like Amit Shah are in politics: MulayamThe Election Commission has issued a show cause notice to Samajwadi Party Chief Mulayam Singh Yadav for allegedly threatening contractual government teachers to vote for his party to retain their jobs.



28 dead, 268 missing in South Korean ship sinking

Rescue workers operate near floats where the capxxxxd passenger ship Sewol sank off JindoThe toll in the sinking of a ferry, carrying 475 people, mostly high school students, in sea waters off South Korea's southwest coast, rose to 28 Friday, officials said. South Korean Coast Guard and Navy divers succeeded Friday in entering into the hull of the sunken ferry, two days after the ship capxxxxd, Xinhua reported. Kim Seok-kyun, head of the South Korean Coast Guard, told reporters that divers will go into the restaurant and compartments from 3 p.m. to search for possible survivors. The passengers aboard the vessel included 325 high school students and 15 teachers on a four-day field trip.



Modi sent emissaries to Kashmir, claims Geelani

Hurriyat Conference leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani addresses a public rally at Kulgam in South Kashmir on Dec.1, 2013. (Photo: IANS)Sends emissaries to reach out to hardline Kashmiri separatists.



Kumar Vishwas says he faces death threat in Amethi

Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Kumar Vishwas having his meal in Amethi of Uttar Pradesh on Feb.21, 2014. Vishwas is contesting 2014 General Election from Amethi on AAP ticket.(Photo: IANS)In the video, Vinod Mishra was seen complaining to Priyanka Gandhi about Kumar Vishwas and his men were harassing Congress party workers.



BJP-TDP talks on to save alliance in Seemandhra

Telugu Desam Party (TDP) President and former Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh state N. Chandrababu Naidu, center, addresses an election campaign rally in Hyderabad, India, Monday, April 14, 2014. The multiphase voting across the country runs until May 12, with results for the 543-seat lower house of parliament announced May 16. (AP Photo/Mahesh Kumar A.)BJP national spokesman Prakash Javadekar Friday met TDP chief N. Chandrababu Naidu to save the alliance between the two parties in Seemandhra, which is on the verge of collapse. Javadekar, who is incharge of BJP affairs in Andhra Pradesh, met Naidu at the latter's residence here amid demands by the regional partner to give up seven of the 15 assembly seats allocated to it in Seemandhra. Some TDP leaders have even fielded nominations from the constituencies left for the BJP. Naidu had stated Thursday that the alliance is proving costly for the TDP as the BJP has fielded weak candidates from majority of the 15 assembly and five Lok Sabha constituencies.



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Mamata sees BJP ploy in softening of Modi's stance - Hindustan Times

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Mamata sees BJP ploy in softening of Modi's stance
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BJP's prime ministerial pick Narendra Modi's calibrated soft stance towards Trinamool Congress has not amused its chief and West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee. Advertisement. She believes it to be a Modi ploy for sending a false message to the ...
Rahul questions Mamata inaction on Saradha scamIndian Express
CPI(M) activist allegedly killed by TMC workers after explosives found near ...Zee News
Rahul Gandhi gets kissed again, this time by a male supporter in Murshidabad!India Today
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Amethi electorate lauded for showering love on Rahul, Priyanka - The Hindu

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Amethi electorate lauded for showering love on Rahul, Priyanka
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Campaigning for Rahul Gandhi in Amethi, Congress president Sonia Gandhi on Saturday struck an emotional chord with the electorate, even as she slammed the Bharatiya Janata Party for launching a misinformation campaign against her party. She lauded ...
'Gujarat Congress shied away from attacking Hitler-like Modi'Hindustan Times
Those levelling allegations against Congress are neck-deep in corruption: Sonia ...Economic Times
Sonia Gandhi campaigns in Amethi after 10 yearsTimes of India
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Understanding PM Manmohan Singh, a wary leader - Economic Times

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Understanding PM Manmohan Singh, a wary leader
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In early August 2011, the Prime Minister's Office (PMO) issued a two-line release saying that the PM had approved an extension of the term of Reserve Bank of India (RBI) governor Duvvuri Subbarao by another two years. It sounded innocuous then with very ...
India does not need 'a bleeder or a pleader' as a PM: Shashi TharoorIBNLive
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Will not contest if Andhra remains divided, says Kiran Reddy - Hindustan Times

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Will not contest if Andhra remains divided, says Kiran Reddy
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Former Andhra Pradesh chief minister Nallari Kiran Kumar Reddy, who left the Congress for creating Telangana and formed his own party, said he would not contest elections as long as the state remains divided. Advertisement. “I did not file nomination as I ...
Kiran Kumar Reddy opts out of contesting in May 7 elections in Andhra PradeshNDTV
Kiran Reddy out of poll race, fields brotherIndian Express
Kiran not to contest; fields brother in PileruDeccan Herald
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Books on Modi, Kejriwal gaining popularity - Times of India

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Books on Modi, Kejriwal gaining popularity
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ALLAHABAD: Rising poll fever in Sangam city also witnesses a rise in demand for books written on political figures, mainly the BJP's prime ministerial nominee Narendra Modi and Aam Admi crusader and national convener of AAP, Arvind Kejriwal. In fact ...
Kejriwal 'forced' to leave temple guesthouse in UPDeccan Herald
Appear on May 24 or face action: Court to KejriwalIndian Express
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EC probes Ajit Pawar speech - The Hindu

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EC probes Ajit Pawar speech
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The Election Commission has ordered an investigation against Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar for allegedly coercing the people of Masalwadi village to vote for the Nationalist Congress Party candidate in the Baramati constituency during a campaign ...
Cops speak for Pawar: 'He didn't threaten voters'Indian Express
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Two highways leading to Kedarnath, Badrinath blocked - Zee News

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Two highways leading to Kedarnath, Badrinath blocked
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Dehradun: Fresh snowfall in higher reaches and moderate showers in plains in Uttarakhand have left two highways leading to Kedarnath and Badrinath shrines in Garhwal Himalayas blocked, raising worries about timely start of the annual Char Dham ...
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Vote and get 25% discount from doctors - Times of India

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Vote and get 25% discount from doctors
Times of India
AHMEDABAD: The Indian Medical Association (IMA) reiterated on Saturday that as an incentive, doctors associated with IMA will offer 25% discount in consultation fee to patients who have casted their votes. President of IMA, Gujarat, Jitendra Patel said that a ...
Guj doctors to offer discount to patients who voteBusiness Standard

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Azam Khan should help his case: Sampath
Chief Election Commissioner V.S. Sampath said here on Saturday that it was up to Uttar Pradesh Minister Azam Khan to decide if he wanted the ban on his campaign lifted as BJP leader Amit Shah had...
Amethi electorate lauded for showering love on Rahul, Priyanka
Campaigning for Rahul Gandhi in Amethi, Congress president Sonia Gandhi on Saturday struck an emotional chord with the electorate, even as she slammed the Bharatiya Janata Party for launching a mi...
People foil ex-militant’s attempt to kidnap girl
The local people stopped an ex-militant of the Lashkar-e-Taiba wielding an AK-47 from kidnapping a girl at Nowpora Kalan in Sopore and handed him over to the police on Friday night. Later,...
EC probes Ajit Pawar speech
Police do a U-turn after filing a case for use of ‘undue influence during elections’
AAP seeks to submerge BJP, Congress in Narmada valley
It’s a prestigious, tough fight in Khandwa
Is it BJP-Sena turn now in Mumbai?
Anti-incumbency, strong saffron campaign and diminished presence of Raj may play a role
Dasmunshi’s legacy haunts CPI(M)’s Salim in Raiganj
Even as West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee was touring north Bengal, a few kilometres away another public meeting was held in the auditorium of Raiganj Institute in north Dinajpur. The aud...
‘Thalapathi’ leads from the front
He has been the most visible face of the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam campaign this Lok Sabha election. Even after having spent more than a month on a gruelling tour across Tamil Nadu, M.K. Stalin, p...
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Controversial evangelist extends support to BJP
Controversial Indian-American evangelist K A Paul today extended support to BJP for the Lok Sabha elections.
If elected, BJP will end terrorism, unemployment, price rise: Naqvi
Senior BJP leader Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi on Saturday said terrorism, unemployment and price rise would end if BJP formed the next government in the country.
ECI does not get into individual allegations: CEC Sampath
The Election Commission of India on Saturday refused to be drawn into a controversy over allegations levelled by the Samajwadi Party that the poll watchdog was "biased" towards the BJP.
Amarinder`s `clean chit` to Tytler is shocking: Badal
Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal on Saturday described as "shocking" the reported "clean chit" given by Congress leader Amarinder Singh to Jagdish Tytler, one of the accused in the 1984 anti-Sikh riots, during a TV interv
CBI probe sought into Robert Vadra`s land deal
A plea has been filed in the Delhi High Court seeking a CBI probe into licences granted to several real estate developers, including the one with which Congress chief Sonia Gandhi`s son-in-law Robert Vadra`s Skylight Hospitality P
Don`t politicise Armed forces: Congress retorts on Army chief`s appointment
Congress on Saturday reacted sharply to BJP`s suggestion to postpone the decision on appointment of the next Army Chief till the elections are over, saying the opposition party should not politicise the armed forces.
BJP moves EC to ask govt to stop making key appointments
BJP moved the Election Commission seeking directions from it to ask the government to stop making key appointments during poll and sought action against the Prime Minister`s media adviser for allegedly violating the election model
India does not need "a bleeder or a pleader" as PM: Congress
India does not need "a bleeder or a pleader" as PM, Congress on Saturday said hitting back at BJP leaders Narendra Modi and Arun Jaitley for dubbing Prime Minister Manmohan Singh as "just a reader and not a leader".

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