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HindustanTimes Thu,17 Apr 2014

Won’t wear skullcaps just to hoodwink people: Modi

The BJP’s prime ministerial nominee Narendra Modi on Saturday said he believed the Muslim community should get better access to education and that he did not believe in wearing skullcaps just to hoodwink the people.

World doesn't trust Modi: Cong citing The Guardian

Narendra Modi was again in the line of fire from Congress which quoted a British newspaper to describe the BJP's prime ministerial candidate as "much more than a divisive figure" and claimed the world "doesn't trust him".

Probe my poll expenses, Modi dares Congress

Under attack over the media blitz, Narendra Modi has said he is ready to face any probe by any government agency into the Congress' allegations that a whopping Rs 10,000 crore was being spent on poll publicity.

Modi not good for India, says British media

From initial wonder at the sheer size of India’s ongoing elections, the dominant theme in the British news media is that Narendra Modi as PM will not be good at home and abroad, and that ‘India’s great democracy deserves much better’.

Modi's marriage was formality, says brother

A day after Narendra Modi publicly stated he is married, inviting derisive remarks from the Congress, his brother Somabhai tried to contain the attack by saying the marriage should be seen as a "social formality".

Modi's publicity budget Rs. 10,000 cr, most of it black money: Anand Sharma

BJP prime ministerial nominee Narendra Modi has a publicity budget of Rs 10,000 crore, of which 90% is black money, Congress spokesperson Anand Sharma said on Wednesday.

Vadodara has been my 'karmabhoomi', says Narendra Modi after filing nomination

Bharatiya Janata Party's (BJP) prime ministerial candidate and Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday filed his nomination papers from the Vadodara Lok Sabha constituency in his home state.

Kerala has turned into 'nursery of terrorism': Modi

"Kerala had the potential to become a tourism hub but has been converted into a nursery of terrorism," Narendra Modi told an election rally in Kasaragod, on the last day of campaign for the Lok Sabha polls in the state.

Inside story: BJP manifesto or Modi's to-do list?

Narendra Modi wanted a to-do list to carry into the Prime Minister’s Office in South Block if the BJP got the numbers to form a government at the Centre on May 16. What better way to do so than by redrafting the party’s election manifesto to read like one? That’s exactly what Modi told his party colleagues.

Vadra a land-grabber, Rahul a spectator: Modi

Launching a fierce attack on the Gandhi family yet again, BJP prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi minced no words in calling their ‘damaad’, a land-grabber.

Modifesto: Media's coverage of BJP manifesto release

'Tis a season of new words adding to the poll vocabulary everyday, this time around. Following the BJP manifesto release on the first day of Lok Sabha elections kick-off, many of the leading news channels and national dailies pegged onto the word 'Modifesto'.

Narendra Modi's 3D rally postponed till April 11

BJP's prime ministerial nominee Narendra Modi's poll rallies using 3D holographic projection technology, by which he was to address more than 100 locations simultaneously, have been postponed due to technical reasons, official sources said on Monday.

I will not do anything with bad intent: Modi

Faced with a taint over the 2002 Gujarat riots, Narendra Modi on Monday vowed that he will not do anything with "bad intent" if he becomes Prime Minister as he outlined his vision.

Advisers to Modi dream of a Thatcherite revolution

Modi, favourite to form India's next government after elections starting on Monday, has yet to unveil any detailed economic plans but it is clear that some of his closest advisers and campaign managers have a Thatcherite ambition for him.

Modi showers praise on Advani, asks BJP workers to ensure his victory

Narendra Modi on Saturday showered praise on party veteran LK Advani, who is in electoral fray from Gandhinagar, describing him as a "guiding figure" who has built the party with hard work and asked party men to ensure his victory by a huge margin.
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