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HindustanTimes Thu,17 Apr 2014

Ranchi

Hemant accuses BJP of pumping in money to influence voters

Addressing a rally at East Basuria Football Ground in Baghmara block on Tuesday, chief minister Hemant Soren launched a direct attack on
the BJP.

Ajoy Kumar drops ‘video’ bomb on Vidyut Baran Mahato

Barely 48 hours ahead of BJP prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi’s rally here, the Rajya Sabha horse-trading scams of 2012 and 2010 came back to haunt the party and its claim of corruption-free good governance.

This elections, Maoists set guns aside to appeal for poll boycott

This election, CPI (Maoists) rebels will not threaten to chop fingers that dare press a button on electronic voting machines. They will not point their guns, and try to drive home their demand for a complete boycott of the world’s largest democratic process with a dose of fear. At least in this part of the country.

Ajoy Kumar bikes through dusty roads to cover 45 villages

Braving intense heat, sitting Jamshedpur MP is seeking votes for his party.

Don’t elect a big liar as your prime minister: Sonia Gandhi

In one of her strongest attacks on Narendra Modi, Congress president Sonia Gandhi on Friday asked people not to elect “a big liar” as the country’s next prime minister.

Party workers not sure if Bhagat can defend Lohardaga

Wading the eddy currents within the BJP that was planning to replace its candidate from Lohardaga, the sitting MP Sudarshan Bhagat finally got the party ticket

HT Impact: RMC holds sanitation drive at Kokar area

The Ranchi Municipal Corporation (RMC) finally woke up from slumber on Friday to start a special sanitation drive at ward number 10 (Kokar)

NaMo hoardings eclipse Coal Capital, other parties cry foul

Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi’s hoardings have triggered controversy in the Coal Capital.

Ramgarh gets ready for Sonia Gandhi’s mega rally on April 4

Congress president and UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi will address an election rally in Ramgarh district on April 4 to boost her party’s campaign in Jharkhand. This has been planned after hundreds of locals in Gumla returned home disappointed after failing to hear Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi’s speech on Tuesday. A snag in Rahul’s chopper had derailed his Gumla plan.

Zoo animals forced to lead a lonely life in JNB Park

 Several animals in the Jawaharlal Nehru Biological (JNB) Park in Bokaro city - including the tiger, hippopotamus and the African lion - are living without another mate since many a month

State fails to act on SEBI order for checking Ponzi schemes 

Jharkhand has not yet complied with an order of the Securities and Exchange Board of India which was intended to check Ponzi schemes

Elephantine trouble for Dhanbad’s BSP candidate

Use of animals in any electoral process is banned. The Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) candidate from Jharkhand’s Dhanbad constituency realised it late.

Jharkhand ex-CM's rich minor triggers buzz across state

Darshani Nagi Koda (5), a play school daughter of former Jharkhand chief minister Madhu Koda has become a topic of discussion in political circles nowadays. Reason: The minor girl is the owner of ornaments worth `30 lakh (`29,23,484 to be precise). This is what her mother and Jai Bharat Samanta Party (JBSP) candidate from Singhbhum constituency Geeta Koda has declared in her affidavit.

In Palamu reserved seat, ex-cop to lock horns with ex-Maoist

Sitting Palamu MP Kameshwar Baitha, once the CPI(Maoist) zonal commander of the area, is contesting the Palamu reserved seat with his back on the ropes this time.

Sibu Soren files nomination from Dumka LS seat, Cong extends support

The Congress extended its support when JMM supremo Sibu Soren filed his nomination papers from the Dumka Lok Sabha seat on Monday.
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