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Modi files nomination, delivers biggest road-show

A sea of humanity descended on the roads of Varanasi to catch a glimpse of the Bharartiya Janata Party’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi on Thursday. Modi had come to file his nomination papers. Life came to a halt for almost two and a half hours as all roads passing from Maladiah to the collectorate was choc-a-bloc with people. Such huge crowd Varanasi had perhaps never seen in the past. People turned out in their finery to see Modi. From the rooftops, standing on the top of the cars

Mumbai starts slow, voter turnout in Bengal, TN crosses 70 per cent

NATION | The sixth phase of polling for the Lok Sabha elections ended on Thursday and Mumbai, the financial capital of the country with a huge presence of of celebrities and industrialists, once again ‘dampened the election spirit’ with 53 per cent polling.

$395 missing from check-in baggage, passenger harassed by IndiGo staff

DELHI | In a shocking incident IndiGo airline staff at IGI airport cancelled the boarding pass of a 23-year-old woman after she complained about the theft of $395 from her check-in baggage. The airline staff also allegedly misbehaved with her and security forces including Delhi police had to intervene to help her to board the transit flight to Ahmedabad. The victim, Puja, said she faced harassment, not only by IndiGo staff but also by the IndiGo terminal manager. She made a complaint to the Delhi Police

Coal scam: ED registers money laundering, forex violation cases against Jindal, others

NATION | The Enforcement Directorate (ED) has registered money laundering cases against those firms which are under the scanner of CBI, including Jindal Steel and Power Limited (JSPL) and Rathi Steel and Power. ED officials said that post-registration of the cases, the agency has issued directions to its various zonal offices across the country to initiate investigations under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA) in the financial dealings of the firms which have also been booked by CBI in this c


KKR clinch a thriller
Kolkata Knight Riders pulled off a thrilling two-run victory over Royal Challengers Bangalore in the seventh edition of IPL on Thursday. Chasing a modest 150, RCB could manage just 148/5 in the allotted 20 overs
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IM tying the knot with Naxals now?
Inspired by the Naxal style of functioning and facing acute shortage of arms and ammunition, Indian Mujahideen (IM) operatives have gone to Naxal groups seeking help for logistics, sources told Millennium Post.
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Power of seven

Head over to this unique exhibition that brings together seven art galleries to the Capital with their best works

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‘Every story has to be retold’
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