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    Chandrababu blames BJP for violence in Kolkata
    Chandrababu blames BJP for violence in Kolkata
    Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu on Wednesday strongly condemned the violence "perpetrated" by the BJP in Kolkata on Tuesday.
    Reddy is second richest candidate in LS polls
    Reddy is second richest candidate in LS polls
    With declared assets of over Rs 1,107 crore, Ramesh Kumar Sharma is the richest candidate in the Lok Sabha elections, his affidavit shows.
    Don't lose sleep over KCR meet: Stalin to Naidu
    Don't lose sleep over KCR meet: Stalin to Naidu
    DMK leader Durai Murugan met TD supremo and AP Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu in Amaravati on Tuesday.
    Sonia Gandhi invites TRS, TDP, YSRC for May 23 meet
    Sonia Gandhi invites TRS, TDP, YSRC for May 23 meet
    In a move clearly aimed at strengthening opposition unity and to checkmate the Narendra Modi-led NDA, UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi has written to all UPA allies and non-NDA parties namely the BJD, the YSR Congress, the TRS and the TD inviting them for a meeting on May 23 to discuss the future course of action.
    Federal Front may consider taking Cong support: TRS
    Federal Front may consider taking Cong support: TRS
    The Federal Front proposed by Telangana Chief Minister K. Chandrashekhar Rao may consider taking Congress support, if necessary, to form a government at the Centre, a leader of the Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) said on Tuesday.
    BJP slips but maintains advantage in betting market
    BJP slips but maintains advantage in betting market
    The 120-year-old satta bazar, or betting market, at Indore has rarely been so quiet during election season as this time around.
    KCR's mind blocked after Stalin meeting!
    KCR's mind blocked after Stalin meeting!
    DMK chief M K Stalin did a Mahesh Babu in "Pokiri" to TRS chief and Telangana CM K Chandrasekhar Rao, when the latter met him in Chennai on Monday to invite Stalin to join his Federal Front.
    Modi's media interview triggers new questions
    Modi's media interview triggers new questions
    Prime Minister Narendra Modi's interview to News Nation may have already caused enough embarrassment to the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) supporters, but the fact-checking website Alt News now suggests the PM had prior knowledge of questions to be asked.
    KCR meeting with Stalin not fruitful?
    KCR meeting with Stalin not fruitful?
    The much-hyped meeting between Telangana Rashtra Samithi president K Chandrasekhar Rao and Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam president M K Stalin is understood to have failed to yield any results.
    Kamal slammed for 'first terrorist was Hindu' remark
    Kamal slammed for 'first terrorist was Hindu' remark
    President of Tamil Nadu Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) unit Tamilisai Soundararajan on Monday slammed actor-politician Kamal Haasan for saying that the first terrorist of independent India was a Hindu.
    Pollsters: BJP slowdown in Dangal 2019 but no UPA gain
    Pollsters: BJP slowdown in Dangal 2019 but no UPA gain
    A survey of voters undertaken by institutions and calculations by independent psephologists have indicated a surprising unanimity of possible scenarios post May 23 when the results of the Lok Sabha elections are declared
    Congress holds informal talks with regional parties
    Congress holds informal talks with regional parties
    Amid uncertainty over the impending results of the Lok Sabha elections with both the BJP and the Opposition claiming victory, the Congress has held informal talks with some regional parties outside the UPA so as to be able to muster the required numbers quickly if the situation so warrants.
    Shabana Azmi Denies Reports She'll Leave India If PM Modi Elected Again
    Shabana Azmi on Saturday slammed "fake news brigade" for attributing a false quote to her, which claimed the actor would leave the country 'if Narendra Modi becomes Prime Minister again.'
    Opposition's continuing handicap - no leader
    Opposition's continuing handicap - no leader
    With Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Ram Madhav now saying that his party will get a majority of its own in the Lok Sabha and not fall short of the requisite number as he had said earlier, the opposition will probably have to redouble its unity efforts.
    66 voters in a family is candidates' delight
    66 voters in a family is candidates' delight
    This family is a candidate's delight and a must on every contestant's list to meet and seek votes. Where else would one get 66 voters at one doorstep?
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