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HindustanTimes Thu,31 Jul 2014

Elections 2014

Amit Shah set for bigger role; will he fight from Vadodara?

A party source said Shah, a BJP legislator from Naranpura (Gujarat), might be asked to resign from the state assembly and could be sent to Parliament from Vadodara, which could be vacated by Modi.

NCP says Rahul ‘must change style’, calls Cong a ‘baggage’

NCP’s senior spokesperson D P Tripathy, considered close to party chief Sharad Pawar, openly criticised Rahul Gandhi over the results of the 2014 LS polls.

Mamata-Jaya Oppn more attractive to BJP, say TMC leaders

Though Mamata-Modi relations are not good, her relations with Rajnath Singh and LK Advani might help her get the Centre's support.

Modi quick on Twitter diplomacy, slow to mention US

While Canadian PM Stephan Harper has had two mentions and Russian President Putin received warm words on Monday, Modi conspicuously made no reference at all to the leaders of the world's superpower.

Mamata approaches Jaya to form Oppn block in House

Trinamool Congress leaders in Kolkata say their party chief’s objective is “to protect the interests of the states” in a Lok Sabha that will have no leader of opposition. The success of the talks, however, is not yet clear.

Adani, Vadra emerging missiles in poll battle

With the political rhetoric of the 2014 polls getting shriller with every passing day, references to the Adani group and Robert Vadra are emerging as key talking points for the Congress and BJP to hit out at each other with.

No challenge to Cong in Rae Bareli, Amethi: Priyanka Gandhi

Priyanka Gandhi on Monday held a roadshow in the constituency of her mother and Congress President Sonia Gandhi and claimed that there was no challenge for her party in Rae Bareli and Amethi, the constituency of her brother Rahul Gandhi.

Gujarat model a big lie, BJP should clarify: Akhilesh

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav today alleged that BJP's Gujarat model was a "big lie", and that the party should clarify about it.

Cong moves EC on Modi's programme on TV

Congress today moved theElection Commission seeking stern action against Narendra Modi and BJP, dubbing as "paid news" "Aap ki Adalat" programme on India TV featuring the BJP PM candidate.

Cong candidate from Noida Ramesh Tomar joins BJP

Congress candidate from Gautam Budh Nagar Lok Sabha seat Ramesh Chand Tomar on Thursday joined Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). Just a week before the polling day April 10 Tomar's change of loyalty has left Congress embarrassed, and BJP workers cheering.
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