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Japan election: Voters back Shinzo Abe as PM wins new term - BBC
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Fourth phase: 49% vote cast in J&K, 61% in Jharkhand - DeccanHerald
Drug menace a national pain, money spent could fund terror: PM - Business Standard
After Swacch Bharat, Modi wants 'drug-free India' - Hindu
Kashmir's border villagers vote for guns to fall silent - Sheikh Qayoom,
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Bangalore police detain pro-Islamic State Twitter handle operator Mehdi Biswas - Johnson TA, Indian Express
Burdwan accused linked to TMC, reiterates Shah - Pioneer
BJP likely to get majority in Delhi, says opinion poll - Times of India
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Much of Mamata Banerjee’s anxiety about Trinamool leaders on the CBI radar stems from the rise of the BJP in West Bengal. The leap in the BJP vote share in the state and fears that it is weaning significant sections of Left and Trinamool supporters lie behind Banerjee’s haste in spotting a BJP-Modi conspiracy in the Saradha probe. But the political challenge posed by the BJP’s rise in Bengal must be fought politically. Being seen as a patron of politicians accused of corruption is unlikely to help Banerjee in the battle against the BJP.
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