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    Dutiful wife won’t eat any rice till Modibecomes PM

    Gandhinagar :  A storm in a teacup or a gale in a poll storm?  The marital status of BJP prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi is suddenly the talking point, especially after he admitted that he was ‘married’ in his Lok Sabha nomination form, a fact that he had not acknowledged in the Assembly elections in Gujarat.

  • ANTI-INCUMBENCY?

    High voter turnout, as compared to the 2009 Lok Sabha elections, in the third phase of the general election on Thursday with Chandigarh witnessing  highest 74%….

  • No enhanced role for Priyanka yet

    New Delhi :  Priyanka Gandhi will campaign only for her brother Rahul and mother Sonia Gandhi. “I am only going to campaign for my mother and brother, even though other Congress leaders have asked me to help them in their constituencies,” Priyanka told NDTV as she arrived to vote at a polling station in Delhi along with her husband.

  • Ansari opts out to avoid Muslim vote split

    Varanasi :  To avoid the division of the critical Muslim vote, mafia don-turned-politician Mukhtar Ansari has decided not to contest the 2014 polls in Varanasi against BJP prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi. This essentially means that Muslims can resort to tactical voting and close their ranks behind one candidate to defeat Modi.

  • Boys will be boys, so occasional rape fine?

    Moradabad (UP) :  In a highly sexist remark, Samajwadi Party chief Mulayam Singh Yadav, almost exuding sympathy for rapists, has said there was a need to change the harsh anti-rape laws as ‘‘boys will be boys’’ and they do ‘‘commit mistakes,’’ for which they should not be hanged.

  • TMC activists slap poll body officials

    Malda: Mamata’s Trinamool Congress has kicked up another row in the middle of campaigning for the Lok Sabha polls with party activists allegedly slapping Election Commission officials who were monitoring a bikers’ rally at Manikchak in Malda district on Thursday.

  • Now, TMC leader says Modi has blood on hands

    Kolkata: Lashing out at Narendra Modi and describing him as a person with ‘blood on his hands’, an apparent reference to the 2002 riots in Gujarat, Trinamool Congress leader Derek O’ Brien on Thursday said the Gujarat chief minister was “daydreaming” of becoming the next prime minister but the people would not allow such a ‘nightmare’.

  • HC notice to state, Centre

    Indore: Indore bench of Madhya Pradesh High Court on Thursday directed state and Union governments to complete the formalities and start construction of five roads of Dewas district within two months time. The court passed the order while hearing a PIL filed by Congress MP from Dewas Sajjan Singh Verma who claimed to have got sanction of the roads but the project got delayed due to the sluggish approach of the state

  • Doctor booked for patient’s death

    Indore: Sanyogitaganj police have booked a doctor in a case of death due to negligence on Thursday. A patient was died after a abdomen surgery performed by the accused in July 2008. As per information, Sanyogitaganj police registered a case under IPC Section 304 ( a) against Dr Ashok Ganesh Laddha. Police said that patient Kamal Bherulal Parmar died after his abdomen surgery was performed by Dr Laddha.

  • City women’s first choice is Mamata

    Indore: Ever since civilisation came into existence, gender parity has been a part and parcel of it and politics too is not untouched by this disparity. But, over the years India has moved out of its traditional restrictions which bonded women to the four walls of house. Mayawati, Mamata Banerjee, J Jayalalithaa are some of the examples in Indian politics who have build themselves as strong individuals in electoral politics. And, after

  • Class II student stabbed to death

    Indore: A Class II student was stabbed to death by a miscreant at Musakhedi area on Thursday night. The accused killed the student over a petty issue and fled the scene. Police have registered a case and started searching for the accused.According to police, students Sashikant Patel, a resident of Alok Nagar, was stabbed to death by local miscreant Ajay, a resident of the same area.

  • Another legal notice to Chancellor

    Indore: Two days after sending a legal notice to Chancellor of state universities and Governor Ram Naresh adav over inaction on the VS Kokje inquiry commission report, Rajiv Gandhi Proudyogiki Vishwavidyalaya ( RGPV) former executive council member Ajay Chordia on Thursday said that he had sent one more notice to the Chancellor. “ The latest one is pertaining to an attempt by the Devi

  • Man arrested with a cache of illegal knives

    Ujjain: A man was arrested with 102 knives which he was selling illegally in the city on Thursday. The fancy knives worth Rs 1 lakh and an air- gun were recovered by police from the vendor. Police during the routine checking stopped a bike borne man Krishna, 30, son of Ashok Vadhwani on Thursday afternoon.

  • Dewasgate police arrest gang of thieves

    11420141500437-largeUjjain: Dewasgate police, on Thursday, arrested a three member gang of thieves who were allegedly involved in several cases of theft. The accused had committed thefts in Heera Mill ki Chawl and other areas.

  • Reps of political parties directed to follow election procedure

    Ujjain: District Returning Officer BM Sharma chaired a meeting of Standing Committee at Brahaspathi Bhavan here on Thursday. Representatives of political parties were imparted information about different procedures of Lok Sabha Polls. They have to take permission for organising street meetings and loud speakers. They were also directed for not misusing vehicles on the day of polling.

  • Mega campus drive concludes at MITS

    114201414590265-largeUjjain: A mega campus drive was conducted by renowned MNC IT Company Collabera Technologies Private Limited at MITS on Thursday morning. According to Prof Anurag Bhadaniya, Deputy- Director, Training and Placement Cell, around 410 students of BE in EC, EE, EI, CS, IT and Mechanical branches from various colleges of city namely MITS, MIM, AIT, PITS, UECU,

  • Stolen truck recovered

    Ujjain: The grain truck, stolen while being parked outside Kamal Patidar’s house; got recovered on Thursday. The truck was reportedly stolen on Wednesday. On Thursday morning, Tarana police got intel of an unclaimed truck filled with grams, parked amidst woods at Susner. Police officials seized the truck.