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  • Sisodia, Kejriwal cast votes in Delhi

    New Delhi: Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) chief Arvind Kejriwal on Thursday cast his vote for the Lok Sabha elections.

  • EC personnel beaten up while videographing TMC bike rally

    Malda: Two Election Commission personnel were today beaten up while they were videographing a bike rally by Trinamool workers at Manikchak in Malda district, inviting the ire of the poll body which has directed authorities to initiate stern action against the accused and file a report on the incident.

  • Bihar leaders beat the heat with juices and sherbets

    Patna: Bihar leaders are sipping an array of local sherbets and juices to stay cool as the mercury soars. Chief Minister Nitish Kumar likes to have sattu sherbet while RJD leader Lalu Prasad prefers bael juice.

  • Muslims wary of Modi, fondly remember Vajpayee

    New Delhi: Muslim voters are by and large wary of Narendra Modi but say they would have happily voted for the BJP if it had Atal Bihari Vajpayee as its prime ministerial candidate.

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    Nearly 35 percent polling in Haryana

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    Chandigarh: Up to 35 percent of Haryana’s nearly 1.61 crore electorate exercised their franchise during the first six hours of voting Thursday for the 10 Lok Sabha seats from the state, officials here said.

  • Priyanka Gandhi

    Priyanka says she will campaign in Rae Bareli, Amethi

    Priyanka GandhiPriyanka GandhiNew Delhi: Amid growing demand in Congress for a “larger role” for her, Priyanka Gandhi today said she will campaign in Rae Bareli and Amethi, the constituencies being represented by her mother Sonia Gandhi and brother Rahul.

  • More than a quarter vote in Lakshadweep

    Thiruvananthapuram:  More than a quarter of the electorate voted in the first four hours in Lakshadweep for the lone Lok Sabha seat, officials said.

  • Mizoram goes to the polls Friday

    Aizawl: Balloting for the lone Lok Sabha constituency and a by-poll for an assembly seat in Mizoram will be held Friday, after it was postponed due to a three-day shutdown and boycott call by NGOs and students’ groups, an official said here Thursday.

  • Elderly come out in large numbers to cast vote

    New Delhi: Voters across all age groups and professions are coming out in a large number to cast their votes at polling booths of prestigious New Delhi constituency.

  • LS polls: Moderate to high turnout in eastern states

    Patna/Ranchi/Bhubaneswar/Port Blair : Moderate to high turnout was today recorded in first four hours of voting in Lok Sabha polls in Bihar, Jharkhand, Andaman and Nicobar Islands and simultaneous elections to Lok Sabha and 70 Assembly constituencies in Odisha.

  • Kirron Kher, Pawan Kumar Bansal cast votes in Chandigarh

    Chandigarh:  Former railway minister Pawan Kumar Bansal and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Kirron Kher, who are contesting the Lok Sabha elections from the Chandigarh constituency, cast their votes in the city on Thursday.

  • Former Mumbai police chief attacked in UP

    Lucknow: BJP candidate and former Mumbai police chief Satyapal Singh’s motorcade was attacked Thursday in Uttar Pradesh when he was proceeding to check allegations of bogus voting.

  • Kerala sees 21 percent voting in three hours

    Thiruvananthapuram: Brisk polling was Thursday reported across the 20 Lok Sabha seats in Kerala, with over 21 percent of the electorate casting their ballots within three hours.

  • Narendra modi

    Congress, BJP argue over Modi’s marital status

    Panaji: BJP’s prime minister hopeful Narendra Modi’s marital status has become the topic of a slanging match between his saffron party and the Congress.

  • Priyanka, Robert Vadra vote

    New Delhi: Priyanka Gandhi, daughter of Congress president Sonia Gandhi, and her husband Robert Vadra voted here Thursday in the Lok Sabha election.

  • 11 percent voting in Jharkhand

    Ranchi: Around 11 percent voting has taken place in the first three hours in Jharkhand’s four Lok Sabha constituencies where polling is underway.

  • Three IRB personnel shot dead by colleague in Gumla

    Gumla (Jharkhand):  In an incident of fratricide, three personnel of India Reserve Battalion(IRB) deputed on poll duty were shot dead by a colleague in Gumla district of Jharkhand hours before Lok Sabha polls began in the area today.