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HindustanTimes Mon,31 Aug 2015
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  How PV rape test shows the finger to the victim |Prime Minister Modi breaks bread, barriers over dinner |Modi, Sharif move the needle on talks: Pak PM's visit raises hopes of a thaw in ties |Rehab plan for Pak refugees high on Narendra Modi's agenda |Narendra Modi to unveil top 10 policy priorities, says aide |It’s clear, Modi will have last word on policy issues |Geete takes charge as heavy industries minister |Modi starts term as India's 15th Prime Minister |NaMo ditches Modi kurta, turns formal |Modi cabinet: 17 ministries clubbed under 7 ministersHow PV rape test shows the finger to the victim |Prime Minister Modi breaks bread, barriers over dinner |Modi, Sharif move the needle on talks: Pak PM's visit raises hopes of a thaw in ties |Rehab plan for Pak refugees high on Narendra Modi's agenda |Narendra Modi to unveil top 10 policy priorities, says aide |It’s clear, Modi will have last word on policy issues |Geete takes charge as heavy industries minister |Modi starts term as India's 15th Prime Minister |NaMo ditches Modi kurta, turns formal |Modi cabinet: 17 ministries clubbed under 7 ministersHow PV rape test shows the finger to the victim |Prime Minister Modi breaks bread, barriers over dinner |Modi, Sharif move the needle on talks: Pak PM's visit raises hopes of a thaw in ties |Rehab plan for Pak refugees high on Narendra Modi's agenda |Narendra Modi to unveil top 10 policy priorities, says aide |It’s clear, Modi will have last word on policy issues |Geete takes charge as heavy industries minister |Modi starts term as India's 15th Prime Minister |NaMo ditches Modi kurta, turns formal |Modi cabinet: 17 ministries clubbed under 7 ministersHow PV rape test shows the finger to the victim |Prime Minister Modi breaks bread, barriers over dinner |Modi, Sharif move the needle on talks: Pak PM's visit raises hopes of a thaw in ties |Rehab plan for Pak refugees high on Narendra Modi's agenda |Narendra Modi to unveil top 10 policy priorities, says aide |It’s clear, Modi will have last word on policy issues |Geete takes charge as heavy industries minister |Modi starts term as India's 15th Prime Minister |NaMo ditches Modi kurta, turns formal |Modi cabinet: 17 ministries clubbed under 7 ministersHow PV rape test shows the finger to the victim |Prime Minister Modi breaks bread, barriers over dinner |Modi, Sharif move the needle on talks: Pak PM's visit raises hopes of a thaw in ties |Rehab plan for Pak refugees high on Narendra Modi's agenda |Narendra Modi to unveil top 10 policy priorities, says aide |It’s clear, Modi will have last word on policy issues |Geete takes charge as heavy industries minister |Modi starts term as India's 15th Prime Minister |NaMo ditches Modi kurta, turns formal |Modi cabinet: 17 ministries clubbed under 7 ministers

State polls results put UPA, Cong leadership in the dock

The Congress’s defeat in the elections to the four state assemblies isn’t just a defeat of its regional satraps. It’s a rejection at once of the UPA regime at the Centre, writes Vinod Sharma.

Assembly polls: Sonia, Rahul say there will be 'deep introspection'

Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi on Sunday said that Arvind Kejriwal's Aam Aadmi Party performed well in Delhi because they included people which the regular parties wouldn't have. "We will learn from them and do a better job in a way you can't even imagine," he told reporters in New Delhi.

Four states have clocked record turnouts, it’s Delhi’s turn to walk the talk

Are you going to vote today? In Rajasthan they walked through desert, in Chhattisgarh they braved Maoists’ warnings, in Mizoram they walked hilly miles and in Madhya Pradesh they crossed dense forests – all to exercise their right to vote and for their voices to be heard.

Enthusiasm about Modi could win BJP seats in Tamil Nadu

A groundswell of interest in Tamil Nadu about Narendra Modi and his development model have made the BJP hopeful of a chance to win seats in the 2014 general elections. KV Lakshmana reports.

BJP's chances in Karnataka hinge on Yeddyurappa return

The BJP’s hopes of rejuvenating itself in Karnataka through the return of former chief minister BS Yeddyurappa (BSY) may remain elusive. If the BJP and BSY’s Karnataka Janata Paksha do not merge, the former’s attempts to retain at least 10 of the 19 seats it won in 2009 may fail. Naveen Ammembala reports.

Will Modi's Kerala visits make a difference?

In the bipolar politics of Kerala, the BJP has, so far, remained an untouchable. But the two recent visits of Modi seems to have made some difference. It now hopes to end its electoral drought. Ramesh Babu reports.

Pact with TDP may save BJP in Andhra

Srinivasa Reddy was in Hyderabad to visit a relative, but wanted to see the BJP’s PM candidate. “I heard a lot about Modi and his development in Gujarat. I believe he is a strong leader,” Reddy (50), a resident of Nellore, told HT. Prasad Nichenametla reports.

Congress goes to polls with scandalous record in corruption

Several scandals follow party to crucial state elections. As many as 92% Indians think corruption has increased over the past five years. Outrage against corruption has spawned a clutch of new parties.

Rahul sets 2014 agenda, foresees ‘govt of the youth’

In a clear indication of the Congress’ focus on young voters for the general elections, its vice-president Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday asserted that a “government of the youth” would come to power in 2014. HT reports.

Delhi's MLAs richer than they claim

While candidates have to provide the market value of shares and debentures they own, they are not bound to mention the real value of property they have registered in their names or in the names of their spouses and children.

Pak clerics determine poll mandate

After Pakistan installed mobile phone towers along the 270-km border in Rajasthan’s Barmer and Jaisalmer, It is not just mobile telephony, the views of clerics on the other side also impinge on the politics here. 

Ahead of polls, Congress careful not to repeat mistakes of 1999 in Odisha

As Cyclone Phailin smashes homes and hopes, Congress makes elaborate plans for relief operations, admits severe lack of co-ordination in 1999.

Delhi polls: dynasty politics? Rise of three prodigal sons in BJP

In his rallies, BJP prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi had labeled Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi as a shehzada (prince), critisising him for dynasty politics. That very dynasty politics now seems to have crept into BJP too. BJP's three trump cards
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Behind the BJP's caustic ad campaign: IT kids and central ministers

The BJP advertisements targeting AAP that are appearing in daily newspapers are making a lot of noise in the Capital’s poll season. HT found that the ad campaign had initially been planned for the social media and not for the newspapers.

RSS admits to 'cut-throat' AAP-BJP fight in Delhi

The RSS in an article in its journal has said the BJP named Kiran Bedi as its chief ministerial candidate for the upcoming Delhi assembly elections after the saffron party got "adverse feedback" from the field against its state unit, the Indian Express reported on Tuesday.
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