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7 Must Reads: Bollywood divided over Narendra Modi, Congress' plan for the UPA-III and more

Saturday, 19 April 2014 - 10:28pm IST | Agency: DNA Webdesk

#1 Six million voters' names deleted in Maharashtra!
In a shocking revelation that could impact election results, the names of nearly six million voters have been deleted or diverted across Maharashtra

#2 Screenwriter Anjum Rajabali campaigns to get Bollywood to vote for secularism
Anjum Rajabali, prolific screenwriter of films like Drohkaal, Ghulam, The Legend of Bhagat Singh and Raajneeti, has started an appeal to attract the country's attention to the importance of secularism

#3 BJP is no different than Congress on the Kashmir issue; Modi is a murderer: Syed Ali Shah Geelani
In an exclusive interview with dna Syed Ali Shah Geelani reiterated this call for the freedom, and his rather sypathetics views of India's politically fragile neighbour, Pakistan.

#4 People want to know about 'RSVP model', Narendra Modi taunts Congress
Under attack from Congress over his Gujarat model of development, Narendra Modi Saturday hit back saying the country wants to know about "RSVP (Rahul, Sonia, Vadra, Priyanka) model" from Congess leaders

#5 Won't back Third Front, will search new allies for UPA-III: Congress
With stability weighing heavily on its mind, Congress will go in for the search of new allies to form a UPA-III government and has no intention to support a Third Front government.

#6 India does not need "a bleeder or a pleader" as prime minister: Congress
India does not need "a bleeder or a pleader" as PM, Congress today said hitting back at BJP leaders Narendra Modi and Arun Jaitley for dubbing Prime Minister Manmohan Singh as "just a reader and not a leader"

#7 LK Advani wants voters who did not cast their vote last election, to be debarred 
Raising his pitch for active participation of voters in elections, BJP patriarch LK Advani today appealed to the Election Commission to consider debarring those voters from exercising their right to franchise who have failed to cast their vote in previous poll




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