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Wednesday, 30 April 2014 - 12:55pm IST | Agency: DNA Webdesk

#1 Narendra Modi votes and clicks selfie; attacks Congress and evokes people of 'Nirbhaya' and slain soldiers
Narendra Modi cast his vote, clicked a selfie and criticised the Congress, saying the time is up for the "mother-son" government. The Gujarat chief minister was seen taking a selfie of his inked finger after casting his ballot and flashed the BJP's symbol - the lotus.

#2 How to tackle inflation without harming growth will be Narendra Modi's biggest challenge if elected Prime Minister
Just a couple of weeks down the line a government in New Delhi will be staring at some big dilemmas. El Nino or not, the all-pervasive demand recession has already gnawed into India Inc's hopes of a recovery post elections. The manufacturing sector is stagnant, and the outlook is weak as exports and imports are declining. The new government may have reservations on the current thinking at the Reserve Bank of India, and may be forced to wage a different battle to bring the focus back on growth.

#3 Pakistan calls Narendra Modi 'irresponsible, shameful' for call to attack Islamabad to bring back Dawood
Pakistan Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan has called Bharatiya Janata Party's (BJP) prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi's statement regarding attacking Islamabad to bring back bring fugitive underworld don Dawood Ibrahim as 'irresponsible and shameful'.

#4 Five things you need to know about the next probable chief minister of Gujarat
Narendra Modi, the incumbent chief minister of Gujarat, is contesting the 2014 Lok Sabha elections from two constituencies: Vadodara in Gujarat and Varanasi in Uttar Pradesh. The Bharatiya Janata Party's face of the 2014 general elections is also their prime ministerial candidate.

#5 LIVE 7th phase of Lok Sabha Elections 2014
Follow live updates of the seventh phase of ongoing Lok Sabha elections along with some seats in Uttar Pradesh and Bihar that will decide the fate of top guns including Narendra Modi, Sonia Gandhi, LK Advani and Murli Manohar Joshi.


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