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HindustanTimes Sun,20 Apr 2014

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EC notice to Mulayam for 'violating' model code

On April 3, addressing an election rally in Bulandshahr in UP, Yadav had allegedly threatened shiksha mitras to vote for SP or else they will not be made permanent.

Hotel AC conks off, Mamata alleges murder plot

The Trinamool Congress is alleging a "dark, devious conspiracy" behind a malfunctioning air-conditioner installed in the room at a Malda hotel where their firebrand leader, Mamata Banerjee, had been staying.

Drone diving to record level in MH370 search

A US Navy deep-sea drone is diving to unprecedented depths to scour a remote stretch of the Indian Ocean floor for a missing Malaysian jetliner as the Malaysian government said it may use more remote control submarines to help with the search.

6 charred to death as bus catches fire in MP

At least six persons including three children, were charred to death, while many others sustained burn injuries, when a bus carrying baratis caught fire after a high-tension electricity wire fell on it in Bhind late on Friday night.

Cong seeks stay on release of Gujarati film on Modi

Congress in Gujarat on Friday asked the EC to stop the release of Gujarati film Namo Saune Gamo on the ground that it was an indirect advertisement of Narendra Modi.

Sonia Gandhi has 3 foreign bank accounts: Swamy

Bharatiya Janata Party leader Subramanian Swamy said that Congress president Sonia Gandhi has three secret accounts in foreign banks and recently she had withdrawn $10 billion from a bank based in Vatican.

Bodies found trapped inside sunken S Korean ferry

Divers searching for survivors of a capsized South Korean ferry saw three bodies floating through a window of a passenger cabin but were unable to retrieve them.

Indian-origin doc unfairly sacked, rules UK tribunal

An Indian-origin heart surgeon in the UK was unfairly sacked after he raised concerns about patient safety, an employment tribunal has ruled. Dr Raj Mattu was dismissed by University Hospital of Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust in 2010.

Several SP MLAs are in touch with us: Kalyan Singh

Former UP chief minister and BJP vice-president Kalyan Singh is confident that the Samajwadi Party government will not last long after Narendra Modi gets 272 and the NDA crosses the 300-mark (the latter, for Singh, has almost come to pass).

Obama signs law aimed at barring Iran UN envoy

President Barack Obama on Friday signed into law a bill barring US visas for UN envoys seen as a threat to American security or having engaged in "terrorist activity" - a measure aimed at Iran's ambassador.

Kejriwal says Varanasi protests not unexpected

With Arvind Kejriwal facing wrath of protesters time and again, local police in Varanasi has decided to further increase its security arrangements for his poll campaign and is keeping a close watch on a 24-hour basis.

After rough patch, TDP-BJP alliance gets back on track

The storm clouds over the TDP-BJP alliance in Seemandhra cleared on Friday, the penultimate day for filing nominations in the region, with BJP leaders stating that the alliance is on track.

Vice-principal in ferry mishap commits suicide

A high school vice principal rescued from a South Korean ferry that sank with hundreds of his students on board was found dead Friday, in what media reports said was an apparent suicide.

There is just BJP wave in India, says Modi

There is no question of people not giving a decisive verdict, they do not want a lame government, Bharatiya Janata Party prime ministerial nominee Narendra Modi said in an interview broadcast on Times Now on Friday.

Gujarat has lowest farmer suicide rate: UK study

Reinforcing claims of Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi, a new study by researchers at the University of Cambridge and University College London reveals that the state has high levels of cash crops but lowest levels of farmer suicide rates in India.
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