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Must Read: Narendra Modi's nomination brings Varanasi to a halt, Giriraj Singh evades arrest and more

Thursday, 24 April 2014 - 7:57pm IST | Place: Mumbai | Agency: DNA Webdesk
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#1 Mumbaikars rush for voting post noon; major jump to 53% in poll figures
As the sixth phase of Lok Sabha elections reach closure, poll figures have seen a major jump in Mumbai. Though Mumbaikars did not turn up in high numbers earlier in the day, the numbers reversed drastically by late evening

#2 Sonia Gandhi betrayed country by not becoming PM in 2004: Rajnath Singh
BJP president Rajnath Singh on Thursday accused Congress president Sonia Gandhi of "betraying the country" by not taking up the post of prime minister in 2004

#3 Giriraj Singh evading arrest after police raids his home
Jharkhand and Bihar Police on Thursday raided the premises of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Giriraj Singh, against whom a non-bailable warrant has been issued for his alleged controversial speech at a public rally at Vaishali

#4 Kashmiri Pandit migrants in Jagti protest as they don't find name in voters list 
Thousands of displaced Kashmiri Pandits residing in Srinagar's Jagti township held protests on Thursday after they failed to cast vote for the Anantnag constituency as their names were not present in the voters list

#5 As Narendra Modi comes calling, Varanasi comes to a halt 
Varanasi reeled under massive traffic snarls on Thursday due to Narendra Modi's massive road show in the heart of the city causing inconvenience to a large number of commuters. Police had put barricades in almost all arterial roads to ensure fool-proof security to Modi, who filed his nomination on Thursday

 




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