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Giriraj Singh ticked off by BJP; Beni calls Modi 'murderer'

The day BJP found itself on a back-foot after its leader Giriraj Singh remarks asking critics of Modi to leave India for Pakistan, steel minister Beni Prasad Verma provided ammunition to the saffron party to hit back.

Bangalore-bound Malaysian plane MH192 turns back, lands safely

Malaysian Airlines Flight MH192 which was coming from Kuala Lumpur to Bangalore carrying 166 people on board has reportedly turned back to Kuala Lumpur. The flight has landed safely at KLIA according to an official tweet issued by Malaysia Airlines.

‘Hindu terror’ cases hit dead end

The National Investigation Agency (NIA) probe into alleged right-wing Hindu terror strikes has hit a dead end with the anti-terror agency struggling to find credible evidence to unveil the masterminds.

Sonia, Rahul ignored Amethi: Arvind Kejriwal

Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) chief Arvind Kejriwal made no bones about mocking Congress chairperson Sonia Gandhi and the BJP’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi while campaigning in Amethi for Kumar Vishwas.

Minor gang raped in moving bus in Singrauli

A 13-year-old girl was allegedly gang raped in a moving bus in Singrauli district, 780 km east from Bhopal, late on Sunday night. The victim was later thrown off the bus. The injured girl is undergoing treatment in a hospital.

IPL scandal: BCCI suggests 3-member probe panel

Faced with a credibility crisis arising out of the IPL spot-fixing and betting scandal, the BCCI on Sunday suggested to the Supreme Court a three-member committee made up of eminent persons to probe the corruption case on the directives of the apex court.

Slow starter in TN, AAP may still change the game

This time, elections in Tamil Nadu, will be different from just being a AIADMK-DMK fight. While the Congress is going alone in the state, the BJP has cobbled up a five-party alliance of regional parties. The entry of Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has made it a five-corner contest in many seats.

Siding with Alagiri will be suicidal for the DMK cadre

In a state where staying in power is the only route to stay alive. After three years of Jayalalithaa’s rule, the DMK cadres see little sense in Alagiri’s call to defeat his parent party.

Keep TVs switched off till Thursday: Cong tells voters

Apparently wary of BJP'sadvertisement blitz, Congress general secretary CP Joshi on Sunday asked voters to keep their televisions switched off till April 24, when election will held in remaining five seats in Rajasthan.

'Kejriwal should start a centre for street theatre'

Amar Singh has been a Rajya Sabha MP for the past 18 years, but the 58-year-old will now contest the Lok Sabha elections for the first time. He talks to HT about his political journey and relationship with SP chief Mulayam Singh Yadav.

Seemanchal puts Narendra Modi wave to test

This is BJP's 'final push' in a challenging contest in Bihar's northeastern belt, where seven seats go to polls on April 24. For the NDA to achieve its goal of bagging 25 of 40 seats in the state, this belt is crucial for the BJP.

MH370: Chinese tourists cancel Malaysia air-tickets

Nearly 30% of Chinese tourists have cancelled their bookings to visit Malaysia this year since the mysterious disappearance of a Malaysian jet with 227 passengers, over two-thirds of them Chinese, adversely hitting the country's tourism industry.

SC takes up Sahara's fresh proposal today

Millions of small investors anxiously awaiting refund of their investments will be keenly watching as the Supreme Court takes up on Monday the Sahara Group’s fresh proposal to pay Rs. 10,000 crore as part of a condition to secure bail for its jailed chief Subrata Roy.

Modi emissary row: Geelani not lying, says doctor

Facing an onslaught from the mainstream separatist parties over his statement that he had recently met two Kashmiri Pandits who came on Narendra Modi's behalf, Kashmiri separatist leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani has gained support from an unlikely quarter.

'Modi' means 'Man Of Damage to India': Singhvi

Giving all credit to Gujarati people for the state's development, Congress national spokesperson Abhishek Manu Singhvi no Sunday criticised Narendra Modi for taking all the credit and hiding crucial information from people.
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