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LIVE Lok Sabha Elections: Kargil 'martyr' Vikram Batra's mother calls Narendra Modi 'pseudo-patriot'; Arvind Kejriwal alleges BJP-Congress nexus

Tuesday, 29 April 2014 - 9:27am IST | Place: Mumbai | Agency: DNA Web Team
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18:39 IST Tuesday, 29 April 2014: 150,000 security personnel deployed for polling in Telangana

18:39 IST Tuesday, 29 April 2014: Ram Vilas Paswan finished himself by joining hands with BJP: Lalu Prasad

 
 

17:58 IST Tuesday, 29 April 2014: Yeh dil maange more: Is it fair for Narendra Modi to use Kargil War martyr Vikram Batra to seek votes?

15:51 IST Tuesday, 29 April 2014: In search of Paresh Rawal's benevolent dictator

13:33 IST Tuesday, 29 April 2014: Lalu Yadav on Narendra Modi: Even a butcher will be a better PM

Rashtriya Janata Dal chief Lalu Prasad Yadav targetted BJP's Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi by stating, "Even a butcher will be a better PM than Narendra Modi." Taking the slander futher he added, "Even a butcher would be ashamed to be compared to the BJP's prime ministerial candidate."

13:33 IST Tuesday, 29 April 2014: Peace in Maoist-infected Junglemahal: Is it another of Mamata Banerjee's great propaganda?

13:32 IST Tuesday, 29 April 2014: Who will get the Muslim votes of Varanasi to defeat Narendra Modi? Congress or AAP?

13:31 IST Tuesday, 29 April 2014: Why does BJP love Baba Ramdev so much?

10:27 IST Tuesday, 29 April 2014: Fire breaks out in Prime Minister's office

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Fire broke out Tuesday morning in a room of the Prime Minister's Office. There was no damage or injury reported, an official said.

"There was a short circuit in a computer UPS in the PMO's room in South Block, which triggered off a smoke detector. The fire alarm went off and fire service reached the spot," said an official in the PMO.

10:28 IST Tuesday, 29 April 2014: United Democratic Front will register impressive win in Lok Sabha elections: Veerendra Kumar

10:28 IST Tuesday, 29 April 2014: Were private agency paid Rs 300 per voter to add, delete names in Maharashtra? BJP says so

10:29 IST Tuesday, 29 April 2014: The real reason why Mamata Banerjee called Narendra Modi a 'shaitan'

10:29 IST Tuesday, 29 April 2014: Why is CBI director Ranjit Sinha still delaying filing of charge sheet against Dayanidhi Maran?

10:29 IST Tuesday, 29 April 2014: BJP shuts Mamata Banerjee door, J Jayalalithaa can still walk in

The BJP is reluctant to relegate Tamil Nadu chief minister Jayalalithaa's AIADMK to the enemy camp just as yet even as it has given up hope on West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee's Trinamool Congress being a potential ally.

From the camaraderie between chief ministers Narendra Modi and Banerjee a year ago over "filling potholes" in West Bengal to the no-holds-barred verbal duel, the relations between the two parties have taken a bitter turn. BJP leaders who had refrained from taking on Banerjee, who was at some point seen as a potential post-poll ally, have dropped their inhibitions in castigating her party.




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