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HindustanTimes Sun,20 Apr 2014

Modi slams Cong's 'RSVP', alleges secret alliance in Bihar

BJP's prime ministerial nominee Narendra Modi on Saturday once gain trained his guns on the Gandhi family, while alleging a secret pact against the saffron party had been inked in Bihar.

Sonia, Rahul decision makers; PM a facade: Modi

Narendra Modi hit out at Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi over the claims made in a book by the Prime Minister's former aide, saying the mother and son would have to pay the "price" for running the UPA government from behind the scene.

Beheaded soldier Hemraj's village sees hope in Modi

Sher Nagar, a village near Mathura, has produced many a soldier. But few knew it existed until one of them, lance naik Hemraj, was beheaded by Pakistani army intruders in Poonch sector in January last year.

Stopping Modi key to voting in Bihar's Muslim hub

Such is the Muslim opposition to Narendra Modi in the Seemanchal region, to defeat his candidate is the central issue for the community, irrespective of the party affiliation of the rival candidate best suited to achieve this goal.

Hang me if I have committed crime, no apology, says Modi

Yet again ruling out any apology for the 2002 Gujarat riots, Narendra Modi on Wednesday said he should be "hanged" in public if there is even a grain of truth in the allegations against him.

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.

Won't appeal to Hindus or Muslims, but to all; ready to face defeat: Modi

Bharatiya Janata Party prime ministerial nominee Narendra Modi on Friday said he was prepared to face defeat, but would not practice politics of identity.

Won’t be vindictive, says BJP's PM candidate Modi

The BJP’s prime ministerial candidate, Narendra Modi, said on Wednesday that a government under him would not be “vindictive”. Hang me if I have committed crime, no apology: Modi

Court orders report on Modi ‘hiding’ facts

A local court in Amhedabad has ordered the city police to submit a report explaining the status of an application against BJP’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi on the charge of hiding facts under oath.

Battle of votes: Margin, not victory, is the challenge for Sonia Gandhi, Narendra Modi

Their victories ensured — more or less, so to speak — the battle between Congress chief Sonia Gandhi and the BJP’s PM candidate Narendra Modi seems to have turned into a margin war. And beleaguered Congress may again outsmart challenger BJP.

Tea seller to be Modi proposer in Varanasi too

Doing a Vadodara in Varanasi, Narendra Modi’s two proposers of his nomination from the holy city on April 22 will be a tea stall vendor and a person from an under-privileged section of society.

Modi’s headstart has Cong worried

A senior party functionary admitted that the Congress campaign has been slow compared to the BJP’s in general and Modi’s in particular in the first four phases that began on April 7.

Modi gets Muslim translator at TN rally

Narendra Modi had a Muslim woman functionary of the BJP to translate his speech in rallies in Tamil Nadu on Wednesday, a day after AIADMK chief Jayalalithaa dubbed the BJP’s election manifesto as "anti-secular."

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.

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.
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