HindustanTimes Wed,16 Apr 2014


Rahul's use of words shows he childish: Narendra Modi

Hitting back at Rahul Gandhi for dubbing Gujarat development model as a 'toffee model', Narendra Modi on Tuesday compared the Congress vice-president with children and said the word 'toffee' has caught his fancy.

Priyanka Gandhi targets Varun, says Lok Sabha elections not a family tea party

Priyanka Gandhi on Tuesday fired yet another salvo at her cousin Varun Gandhi, saying the Lok Sabha elections is 'an ideological war and not a family tea party'.

Monsoon could be below normal: Private forecaster

India's monsoon, the lifeblood of Asia's third-largest economy, is likely to be below normal, predictions unveiled by private forecaster Skymet said on Tuesday.

Congress may agree to re-poll in Delhi

Despite an internal assessment that its traditional vote bank continues to gravitate to the Aam Aadmi Party, the Congress party is now gearing up for fresh polls in the Capital.

Army generals surprise late chief’s wife on her 99th birthday

The wife of the army’s third Indian chief, late General SM Shrinagesh, was overwhelmed when three serving generals from her husband’s regiment walked into her Gurgaon flat on Sunday, opening the floodgates of emotions and memories for the nonagenarian.

Ten years to 3 men for gangraping a minor 9 yrs ago

Additional district sessions judge Lukmanul Haq Monday held accused Imran, Saleem and Sanjay guilty of abducting and gangraping the 15-year-old girl in Bilaspur village of the district in July, 2005.

Baru's book 'mischievous, unethical' exercise, says PM's daughter

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's eldest daughter has hit out at his former media advisor Sanjaya Baru over his book saying he has betrayed the trust of the PM and "pieced together gossip and unverified quotes".

Have Modi, Jaya gone too far by attacking each other?

Are Modi and Jayalalithaa overconfident about the numbers they will muster in the next Lok Sabha? That’s what poll pundits are wondering after Modi attacked the AIADMK following Tamil Nadu CM’s surprise offensive against BJP over the weekend.

Delhi’s bookstores run out of ‘The Accidental Prime Minister’

The latest author to prove this is PM Manmohan Singh’s former aide Sanjaya Baru, whose book has sold out in Delhi, less than three days after its release on Friday.

Intellectuals at home, abroad up against Modi

About 25 artists, academics and writers, including novelist Salman Rushdie, have written to UK’s Guardian newspaper, expressing “acute worry” over Modi’s likely ascendancy to prime ministership.

Delhi, northwest India may get heat relief soon

Residents of northwest India can expect some relief from rising temperatures soon. A western disturbance and induced cyclonic circulation will affect the region, including Delhi-NCR, from Tuesday.

AAP candidate attacked in Bihar; party slams EC

Prakash was allegedly attacked on Sunday night, while campaigning in Udarfu village under Bind police station in Asthawan assembly segment of Nalanda district.

Prem Chopra is the last of the grand old villains

Good bad men are as hard to find as heroes. Prem Chopra is the last of the grand old villains. To go down memory lane with him, check out his biography Prem Naam Hai Mera, Prem Chopra. It’s a life filled with great stories, writes Anupama Chopra.

Election fever: Varanasi tourists enjoy poll bonanza

In Varanasi, it’s not only the ghats and the temples that catch tourists' attention. It's also the stage for the big Modi-Kejriwal-Ajay Rai fight, and hence political tourism is booming.

CBI will finally give Parakh clean chit: Vinod Rai

Former coal secretary PC Parakh, who was named as an accused in one of the coal block allocation scam cases by the CBI, would eventually get a clean chit from the agency, according to former Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) Vinod Rai.
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