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Lok Sabha polls 2014: Fight for 121 seats of 12 states tomorrow

voter, voting, indelible ink, voting ink mark
The single largest round of voting will unfold across 12 states on Thursday, setting the stage for a final push from parties for the business end of the world’s largest elections.

With love from Pakistan, rebel Jaswant takes on BJP tomorrow

Jaswant Singh
In 2006, Jaswant Singh had visited the shrine of Hinglaj Mata in the Sindh region of Pakistan. A religious leader of the Sufi sect had organised a dinner for Singh.  The shrines of Hinglaj Mata and the Sufi sect are close by.

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Misa's assets Rs. 4.72 cr, more than 'uncle' Ram Kripal Yadav

Misa Bharti
The assets of RJD supremo Lalu Prasad's daughter Misa Bharati, including that of her family, are worth Rs. 4.72 crore while her uncle Ram Kripal Yadav, who is contesting against her on a BJP ticket from Bihar's Patliputra seat, has declared assets worth Rs. 1.39 crore.

Delhi Police cop commits suicide in a temple

Delhi Police
A Delhi Police head constable shot himself to death with his service revolver in west Delhi Wednesday morning, police said. The incident was reported from Kanjhawala area of west Delhi around 7.45 a.m.

Poll official found dead in Bihar

A polling official was found dead Wednesday on the banks of the Sone river near Sandesh Bazar in Bhojpur district. The body of Ramakant Singh, an employee of tubewell department at Ara, was recovered from the river bank this morning.

Modi running away from giving an apology: Congress

Lashing out at Narendra Modi for sidestepping the issue of apologising for the 2002 Gujarat riots, Congress on Wednesday said that he is someone who "runs away" from giving an apology.

It’s Modi versus Mayawati, Mulayam in UP

Narendra Modi addressing a rally at Hiranagar in Jammu
Many believe the social base of forward and subaltern castes that have gone on a rebound to the BJP could fare well against Mayawati and Mulayam with their respective Muslim-Jatav, Muslim-Yadav vote bank.

Rahul slams Modi's 'toffee model' development

Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi
Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday tore into Narendra Modi's 'toffee model' development of Gujarat saying it was nothing but loot of public money.

Battle of votes: Margin, not victory, is the challenge for Sonia Gandhi, Narendra Modi

Sonia Gandhi, Narendra Modi
Their victories ensured — more or less, so to speak — the battle between Congress chief Sonia Gandhi and the BJP’s PM candidate Narendra Modi seems to have turned into a margin war. And beleaguered Congress may again outsmart challenger BJP.

Votes are in: NRIs need our help to vote

Vote-game: youth and politics
India has a 25 million strong diaspora. They have to be encouraged to be more involved with India by making the voting process easier, writes Noopur Tiwari.

Vote for Modi and lose all your farmland: Kerjiwal warns Varanasi villagers

Arvind Kejriwal
Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Arvind Kejriwal on Wednesday told villagers in Varanasi if they chose Bharatiya Janata Party's (BJP) prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi, they would suffer a two-pronged loss.

Narendra Modi ducks question on Gujarat riots

BJP Narendra Modi
Sidestepping the question on apologising for the 2002 Gujarat riots, Narendra Modi on Tuesday night said the Congress should first account for their 'sins' before asking him to tender an apology.
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