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Lok Sabha polls: Bengal, Assam lead the way as sixth phase sees brisk polling - Times of India

Times of India

Lok Sabha polls: Bengal, Assam lead the way as sixth phase sees brisk polling
Times of India
NEW DELHI: Thursday' polling across 117 constituencies in 12 states/Union Territories was brisk, with West Bengal and Assam leading the way with 82% and 77.05% turnout respectively. However, the militancy-hit Anantnag constituency in Jammu & Kashmir ...
Bengal leads in voter turnoutBusiness Standard
Lok Sabha polls: High turnout in sixth phase, over 80% polling in West BengalZee News
Dindori Lok Sabha constituency records 45.24 per cent pollingEconomic Times
GreaterKashmir.com -Mumbai Mirror -Kashmir Reader
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Narendra Modi turns river city into a sea of saffron - Hindustan Times

Hindustan Times

Narendra Modi turns river city into a sea of saffron
Hindustan Times
On a day when well over 100 million voters decided the fates of several political heavyweights, only someone with the star power of Narendra Modi could steal the show by doing something as mundane as filing his nomination papers.
From Vadodara to Varanasi: Narendra Modi's assets rise by Rs 14 lakhEconomic Times
Modi's statement on Ganga wins many heartsTimes of India
Modi files Varanasi nomination after saffron roadshowLivemint
The Hindu -Zee News -Business Standard
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Voting in metros sees major improvement over last polls - Times of India

Times of India

Voting in metros sees major improvement over last polls
Times of India
NEW DELHI: Metropolitan cities, where angst is expressed more through candlelight marches than the ballot, seem to have finally shed their apathy towards elections. Polling percentages across Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore and Chandigarh registered a ...
Jethmalani's name missing on listTimes Now.tv
Shanties lead zealMumbai Mirror
Commuting, cost of living trump communalism for Mumbaikars any day. Does the ...India Today
Hindu Business Line -Business Standard -Moneycontrol.com
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Family of 6 wiped out in house fire - Times of India

Family of 6 wiped out in house fire
Times of India
NEW DELHI: Six members of a family, including four children, were charred in their one-room flat in Zakir Nagar on early Thursday. Feroz Alam (35), his wife Yasmin, and three of their children had suffered over 80% burns and died on the spot. Their fourth ...
Six of family charred to death in house fire in DelhiZee News
Couple, three children charred to death in DelhiHindustan Times
Fire claims 6 of family in Zakir NagarThe Asian Age
Press Trust of India
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Maoist attack on poll party leaves 8 dead - Hindustan Times

Hindustan Times

Maoist attack on poll party leaves 8 dead
Hindustan Times
At least eight, including five policemen and three members of the polling party, are feared dead and more than a dozen injured as the Maoist rebels blew up a bus carrying polling party and security forces in Jharkhand's Shikaripara block under Dumka ...
Eight polling officials, including 5 policemen, killed in Maoist attack in DumkaNDTV
Maoists strike on polling day: 8 killedGreaterKashmir.com
Eight polling staff killed in Maoist blast in JharkhandBusiness Standard
IBNLive -Livemint
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Bank accounts of Ramdev's three trusts under EC scrutiny - IBNLive

IBNLive

Bank accounts of Ramdev's three trusts under EC scrutiny
IBNLive
The bank accounts of three trusts of yoga teacher Baba Ramdev have come under the scrutiny of Election Commission following allegations that huge funds was being spent for political parties in the ongoing Lok Sabha polls across the country. “The Income ...
Ramdev's trust moves HC against EC diktat on yoga campsPress Trust of India
Bank accounts of Ramdev trusts under EC scrutinyLivemint

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Development back on Didi lips - Times of India

Indian Express

Development back on Didi lips
Times of India
KOLKATA: Is Mamata Banerjee changing tack? It is for her to answer, for she can prove it wrong the next day. But the signs are that Mamata is scaling down her high-decibel cacophony and reverting to the development plank with which she kicked off her Lok ...
Mamata Banerjee government suppressing Saradha facts: Left FrontDaily News & Analysis
Never did politics for money: MamataPress Trust of India

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Weak monsoon may hit recovery - Times of India

Economic Times

Weak monsoon may hit recovery
Times of India
NEW DELHI: With the economic growth hovering around 5% and the job scenario remaining weak, a "below normal" monsoon will be the first challenge awaiting the new government that will take charge just before the rainy season sets in.
Distribution of rainfall more important than output: Chief statisticianIndian Express
IMD predicts weak monsoonThe Hindu
Met expects monsoon to be sub-normal this yearBusiness Standard
Zee News -Hindustan Times -mydigitalfc.com
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Inflow of fake currency rises in election time - mydigitalfc.com

NDTV

Inflow of fake currency rises in election time
mydigitalfc.com
Over 25 per cent spurt in fake Indian currency notes (FICN) inflows from across half-a-dozen foreign destinations with Pakistan as epicentre during the on-going Lok Sabha elections, has flummoxed intelligence agencies and revenue department sleuths alike.
EC Seizes Over Rs 81 Crore in Sixth Phase of LS PollsThe New Indian Express
EC finds 321 cases of paid news till dateTwoCircles.net
854 paid news cases registered by EC; Andhra Pradesh tops with 208 casesTelevisionPost

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Kejriwal wins Time 100 readers' poll, Modi second, Rahul 40th - Hindustan Times

IBNLive

Kejriwal wins Time 100 readers' poll, Modi second, Rahul 40th
Hindustan Times
Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) convenor Arvind Kejriwal has won the TIME magazine's readers' poll of 100 most influential people in the world with the highest percentage of 'yes' votes. BJP prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi came second and Congress ...
Modi divisive leader but poised to lead world`s largest democracy: TimeZee News
Modi, Kejriwal, Arundhati Roy among Time's 100 influential peopleABP News
Kejriwal beats Modi to win Times Most Influential Person titleOneindia

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