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HindustanTimes Fri,18 Apr 2014

India

PMO offers hard facts to defend Manmohan, UPA rule

The office of Prime Minister on Friday offered a defence of Manmohan Singh amid criticism over 'policy paralysis' and his ineffective leadership by the opposition as well as insiders.

Woman ‘orders’ dog to attack neighbour in S Delhi

A bitter neighbourhood argument turned ugly when an agitated resident allegedly ‘made her pet dog attack’ her neighbour at a posh south Delhi locality, the police said.

HT Blog: Why Indian Muslims face threat from abroad

The Indian Muslim community is worried about the possible advent of a Modi government — and understandably so given the unanswered questions regarding the 2002 Gujarat riots. Pramitpal Chaudhuri writes.

Superfast Express leaves 4 coaches behind in Bihar

Train movement under Samastipur rail division was hampered for around two hours on Friday morning when Darbhanga-New Delhi Sampark Kranti Superfast Express sped ahead leaving four coaches behind at Laheriasarai station in Darbhanga district.

Lok Sabha elections: Rallies in full swing in Mumbai ahead of final leg of polls

In a show of strength in Maharashtra for the third and final phase of elections in the state on April 24, the Shiv Sena-BJP and Congress-NCP combine are leaving no stone unturned to draw huge crowd at their rallies.

Will Mumbai voters buck turnout trend?

Delhi has done it. Even the rest of Maharashtra has done it. So, will Mumbai’s voters follow suit and turn out in large numbers on April 24?

Dust storm kills 27 in Uttar Pradesh

At least 27 persons were killedand more than 30 injured in a strong dust storm that lashed Uttar Pradesh, district officials said.

2 youth tear woman's clothes for resisting molestation

Two youth tore woman's clothes when she tried to resist their molestation bid at Siyani Gate area in Ghaziabad on Thursday.

Militants kill sarpanch in Kashmir's Pulwama

Separatist militants killed a sarpanch (village headman) in south Kashmir's Pulwama district late Thursday, an official said Friday.

Gandhis rallying for each other

The all-out opposition attack on Rahul Gandhi has forced Congress president Sonia Gandhi to lead the counter-offensive in the family’s bastion – the Amethi Lok Sabha constituency— where she will address a rally on Saturday.

Modi mounts assault on Dravidian parties

Modi is the first political leader posing a serious challenge to the two Dravidian parties in four decades since the Congress was edged out of power in the state in 1967.

SP leader Mulayam Singh dreams of PM post

Samajwadi Party supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav claimed that third front would form the government at the Centre, with SP as its largest component, and said he would stake claim for the Prime Minister’s post.

Coalgate: CBI questions Jharkhand ex-CM Koda

CBI has questioned former Jharkhand chief minister Madhu Koda in connection with alleged irregularities in the allocation of a state coal block in 2008 to two firms of Congress’s Lok Sabha MP and industrialist Naveen Jindal.

At exit gate, UPA government tries to sneak in lokpal

Barely a month away from completing its term, the UPA government is trying to push through the appointment of India’s first ever lokpal — a corruption watchdog to probe allegations against public officers in high places.

Train deviates 700km, arrives 26 hrs late

Exhausted passengers of the Okha-Ernakulam Express train finally reached their destination, Ernakulam on Wednesday evening, 26 hours later than the scheduled arrival time.
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