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Muslims moving closer to BJP, says Ahmedabad's mosque trustee
Mirzajiwala claims the minority community is slowly moving towards the saffron brigade. "Had it not been for Aam Aadami Party, the percentage of people voting for the BJP would have been higher," he said.







Uttar Pradesh records over 27% voting till 11am
Over 27.44 per cent votes have been polled till 11am in Uttar Pradesh, where polling is on for 11 seats in the second phase to decide fate of 150 candidates.







Rajasthan polls: 13.74% polling in initial hours
13.74 per cent voting was registered during the initial hours on Thursday on the first polling day of Lok Sabha election in 20 out of 25 parliamentary seats in Rajasthan.







Robin Dhowan takes over as Navy chief
59-year-old Dhowan will have a tenure of 25 months as chief of naval staff.







Monitoring gay rights situation in India, US says
The United States is monitoring the situation of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender in India in particular after the Supreme Court ruled consensual homosexual activity as unconstitutional, a US official said.







Hema Malini, Smriti Irani, Jaaved Jaaferi's films banned on Doordarshan
After programmes and films were brought under the ambit of the model code of conduct, official said these will now be viewed as objects that influence voters.







Moily tried to give Essar oil, gas fields at 1993 prices: AAP
Aam Aadmi Party has now alleged that oil minister Veerappa Moily had tried to benefit the Essar Group by pushing a cabinet note for allotting it oil and gas fields







Protests erupt as Omar visits Kulgam district
Qaimoh town of Kulgam district in south Kashmir on Wednesday observed a spontaneous strike and the locals pelted stones on the police when they learnt that chief minister Omar Abdullah was to address a public rally in favour of National Conference candidate Mehboob Baig.







Mayawati speaks of PM dream in Punjab
In her first rally in Punjab during the campaign for the Lok Sabha polls, BSP chief Mayawati on Wednesday projected herself as the first “Dalit ki beti” who could become prime minister. 







AAP takes art auction route to raise money
A handful of Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) sympathizers have helped the party mop up around Rs 18 lakh in just two days. 







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