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    Stalin-KCR meeting on May 13 uncertain
    Stalin-KCR meeting on May 13 uncertain
    Uncertainty prevails on the proposed meeting between Telangana Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao and DMK President M.K. Stalin on May 13 as the latter is yet to confirm the former's request, say DMK officials.
    No party bias for CBI, IT in conducting raids!
    No party bias for CBI, IT in conducting raids!
    All these days, Telugu Desam Party president and Andhra Pradesh chief minister N Chandrababu Naidu had been crying from roof tops that the central agencies have been targeting only his party leaders in bid to attack their morale and project them as villains before the people.
    2019: The mistakes which Rahul has made
    2019: The mistakes which Rahul has made
    Although the latest poll surveys suggest that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) may not be able to get a majority of its own in the ongoing polls, the leaders of the mahagathbandhan (grand alliance), which has not been formed except in bits and pieces, are bound to regret their lost opportunity.
    2019: For BJP, election starts now
    2019: For BJP, election starts now
    For the ruling BJP, the general election of 2019 jump-starts now. This is where the BJP takes the knife to the prison yard fight, for in 2014, it won 161 of the 240 seats on view.
    Modi has assets worth Rs 2.51 crore
    Modi has assets worth Rs 2.51 crore
    Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who filed his nomination from the Varanasi Lok Sabha constituency on Friday, has movable and immovable assets to the tune of Rs 2.51 crore.
    Bookies see BJP returning but discount 'Modi wave'
    Bookies see BJP returning but discount 'Modi wave'
    The pollsters may be more or less unanimous in predicting a thumping victory for Prime Minister Narendra Modi's BJP, but Hapur's "satta bazaar" is betting on a much closer fight. Punters do see Modi returning to power but not a wave as such in his favour.
    Twinkle's repartee to Modi's 'gussa' poke
    Twinkle's repartee to Modi's 'gussa' poke
    Actor-turned-author Twinkle Khanna on Wednesday reacting to social media comments on her actor-husband interviewing Prime Minister Narendra Modi, whom she has often criticised, said she was rather pleased with the turn of events.
    Varanasi: Telangana farmers may contest against Modi
    Varanasi: Telangana farmers may contest against Modi
    Fifty turmeric farmers from Nizamabad district of Telangana plan to contest the election against Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Varanasi Lok Sabha constituency to highlight their problems.
    In Modi vs all election, can you spot Rahul?
    In Modi vs all election, can you spot Rahul?
    The Big Bang of the election is Prime Minister Narendra Modi. For the opposition, he is the main agenda, how does one oust him in order to get the throne in South Block back.
    'Anarkali' jibe of Azam's son irks Jaya Prada
    'Anarkali' jibe of Azam's son irks Jaya Prada
    As campaigning ended in Rampur on Sunday evening, another salvo was fired at Bharatiya Janata Party candidate Jaya Prada from the Azam Khan camp.
    2019: What if there is a hung parliament?
    2019: What if there is a hung parliament?
    Conventional wisdom has it that the current polls will not produce a clear-cut result as in 2014.
    Modi has 'paranoid personality disorder'!
    Modi has 'paranoid personality disorder'!
    The Congress party on Friday alleged that Prime Minister Narender Modi was suffering from Paranoid Personality disorder.
    EVM glitches mar voting in seven states
    EVM glitches mar voting in seven states
    Technical glitches in electronic voting machines (EVM) marred voting in seven of the 12 states that went to polls in the second phase of the staggered Lok Sabha elections.
    It's curtains for 5-time consecutive Lok Sabha winners
    It's curtains for 5-time consecutive Lok Sabha winners
    Four veteran politicians -- L.K. Advani, Sumitra Mahajan, Kamal Nath and Yogi Adityanath -- who were elected to the Lok Sabha on five or more successive occasions since 1998 will not be seen in the next Lok Sabha.
    Will you stoop so much?: Prakash Raj
    Will you stoop so much?: Prakash Raj
    Veteran actor Prakash Raj, who is contesting from Bengaluru Central seat as an independent candidate in the Lok Sabha elections, on Wednesday hit out at the Congress for posting photographs on social media platforms, which claimed he backed the grand old party.
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