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  • Arvind Kejriwal

    Varansi: AAP deploys 250 cameras to prevent ‘foul play’ by BJP

    Varanasi: As the high-voltage campaign for the last phase of polling on Monday ended in this temple town, Aam Aadmi Party today announced that it has deployed 250 spy cameras across the city to keep a tab on BJP workers, alleging they may try to influence voters by offering money and liquor.

  • BJP denying rights to aldermen to capture power: Cong

    New Delhi: Congress today accusing BJP-ruled municipal corporations in Delhi of adopting unconstitutional methods to capture power in different zonal committees by refusing to accept the Delhi Municipal Corporation (DMC) Act.

  • Modi will win in Varanasi, asserts BJP

    Varanasi:  BJP prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi will win the Varanasi, party leaders said even as the last two days of campaigning in the Uttar Pradesh constituency were taken over by AAP, Congress and SP.

  • "Smriti Irani addresses an election campaign rally in Nagpur"

    Irani appeals to EC for spl observer during counting in Amethi

    New Delhi: BJP candidate Smriti Irani, who is pitted against Rahul Gandhi in Amethi, has appealed to the Election Commission for appointing a special observer to ensure free and fair counting in the constituency.

  • Mamata holds massive roadshow as campaign ends in WB

    Kolkata: A massive 12 kilometre roadshow was led by Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee covering Jadavpur and Kolkata South constituencies, as campaigning ended for the the fifth and the final phase of the Lok Sabha polls in West Bengal today.

  • hemant soren

    Jharkhand govt to extend all help to ISM: Soren

    Dhanbad (Jharkhand): Jharkhand Chief Minister Hemant Soren today said  the state government would extend all possible help to expand the Indian School of Mines (ISM) in Dhanbad.

  • BJP wants paramilitary and CCTV at all booths in Siwan

    Patna: Claiming that a fear psychosis prevailed in Siwan constituency where the Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) had fielded a jailed don’s wife as its candidate, the state unit of BJP today petitioned  the Election Commission (EC) to provide paramilitary forces and CCTV cameras at all 1,461 polling stations.

  • Battle of roadshows in Varanasi as poll campaign ends

    Varanasi: The campaign for one of the most keenly-watched Lok Sabha seats came to an end here today on a note of bitter acrimony as the holy town turned into a key political battleground of roadshows, rallies and public meetings where rival leaders traded barbs.

  • MCA left red-faced as BCCI shifts IPL final to Bangalore

    New Delhi: The Mumbai Cricket Association today got a jolt as the IPL Governing Council decided to shift the final of the high-profile event on June 1 from Wankhede Stadium to Bangalore’s Chinnaswamy Stadium.

  • Indian mission in UK sets up NRI response unit

    London: The Indian High Commission here has set up a ‘Public Response Unit’ to coordinate its response to a growing number of queries received from NRIs and people of Indian origin in the UK.

  • BJP demands fees policy for private schools in Delhi

    New Delhi: BJP today appealed to Lieutenant Governor Najeeb Jung to frame a fees policy for private schools in Delhi to stop them from exploiting parents in the name of development charges, donations and other items.

  • Hockey India League 2016

    Six outstation teams for Guru Tegh Bahadur Hockey

    Mumbai: Eight teams including six from outside Mumbai will be participating in the 10th Guru Tegh Bahadur Gold Cup Hockey Tournament, to be held at the MHA Mahindra Stadium here from May 12-18.

  • BSE announces revised results of high school examinations

    Bhubaneswar: After a statewide hue and cry over the faulty publication of annual high school certificate results, the Board of Secondary Education, Odisha today announced the revised results today.

  • Pak court directs police to file charges against FBI agent

    Karachi: A Pakistani court today directed police to file formal charges by May 19 against an FBI agent arrested on anti-terrorism charges over carrying ammunition while trying to board a flight here.

  • Bengal likely to get 17 special observers for last phase

    Kolkata: West Bengal is likely to have as many as 17 additional special observers to monitor the fifth and final phase of the Lok Sabha elections May 12 spanning eight districts in the state.

  • SP-BSP-Congress eat from same plate in Delhi: Modi

    Ballia (UP): Addressing his last rally, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi on Saturday accused the Congress Party, the Samajwadi Party (SP) and the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) of being hand in glove, and said these parties fight in Lucknow, but are actually friends in New Delhi.

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