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  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 |Finance Minister Jaitley targets growth revivalPrime 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 |Finance Minister Jaitley targets growth revivalPrime 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 |Finance Minister Jaitley targets growth revivalPrime 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 |Finance Minister Jaitley targets growth revivalPrime 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 |Finance Minister Jaitley targets growth revival

Will social media be a game-changer for 2014 Lok Sabha polls?

Along with door-to-door, mass-contact canvassing, political battle lines for upcoming assembly polls are being drawn in on Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, blogs and apps.

In poster war, Congress, BJP look to hijack AAP’s auto ride

The ruling Congress and the BJP have joined the political newcomer AAP in pasting posters and banners on the back of auto-rickshaws.

SC empowers voters, gives them option to reject electoral candidates

The apex court directed the Election Commission to have an option of ‘None Of The Above’ (NOTA) on the electronic voting machines and ballot papers, which can be used by voters to reject all candidates contesting the polls. Chetan Chauhan reports. POLL: Will you exercise your right to reject poll candidates? | Not sure if 'right to reject' will work: Twitter, Facebook

SP, BJP clash over honouring riots accused MLAs

The UP BJP leadership’s plan to felicitate two of its MLAs accused of fanning the Muzaffarnagar riots at Modi’s Agra rally on November 21 has set it on course for a fresh confrontation with the ruling SP.

Battling Cong barbs, BJP plans offensive

With the snooping row refusing to die down in a hurry, the Congress has decided to keep the issue alive till Assembly elections in five states are over. The BJP, in turn, has drawn up a counter-strategy in which it plans to attack the UPA government at the Centre.

Govt seeks stricter rap for lying on poll papers

Candidates found guilty of providing false information and hiding facts in election affidavits would go to jail for three years and face automatic disqualification from contesting for at least a further six years under a proposal the government is preparing to place before Parliament.

Govt puts Modi on high-risk list, upgrades security

Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi now stands included in the list of top VVIP’s in the country after his security detail was upgraded to match that of the Special Protection Group (SPG) accorded to the Prime Minister.

AAP says CD was doctored, Kumar Vishwas files police complaint

The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on Sunday gave a clean chit to its candidates after examining 14-hours of raw video footage of an alleged sting against them. It said the clips used in the sting were doctored and that the footage edited out proved that its candidates were not guilty.

AAP removes Anna Hazare’s name from posters

Dropping any reference to Anna Hazare from its publicity material may or may not cost the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) electorally, but the party is looking at a Rs. 4.9 lakh bill to do just that.

BJP to honour UP riots accused MLAs at Modi's rally

In an obvious bid to perk up its workers in the state, the BJP will felicitate its two Muzaffarnagar MLAs, Sangeet Singh Som and Suresh Rana, during Narendra Modi’s rally in Agra on November 21.

Poll: Will this add to communal tension in UP?

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A divorce, a jail term, determined foes: Bihar CM Nitish Kumar fighting a lone battle?

The divorce between Narendra Modi’s Bharatiya Janata Party and Nitish Kumar’s Janata Dal(U) and a few days of change in residence for Rashtriya Janata Dal’s Lalu Prasad – from 10, Circular Road in Patna to the Ranchi jail in Jharkhand – have totally changed the game that is played in Bihar.

UP Muslims face a 'fundamental, political dilemma' ahead of LS polls

Angry with the SP, convinced that the Congress is a losing proposition, unsure of AAP’s ability to win, and fearful that Mayawati may ally with the BJP in the future, Muslims have a difficult choice.

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