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BJP to form government in Maharashtra, Haryana: Exit polls -
Stray violence as 55 percent vote in Maharashtra -
Haryana creates new voting record at 73.7 percent -
India must not complicate border situation: China -
31% turnout in Maharashtra, 44.4% in Haryana - Hindustan Times
Narendra Modi to launch three key labour reform initiatives - Prashant K Nanda, Mint
Did not act in Adarsh scam to save party, says Chavan - Omar Rashid, Hindu
If tea-vendor can be PM, why can't I become CM, asks Uddhav -
India, Canada clinch nuclear deal in record time - Indrani Bagchi, Times of India
Quit due to dysfunctional environment in Navy: Admiral Joshi - Times of India
In a first, Vatican talks of ‘welcoming’ homosexuals - Laurie Goodstein & Elisabetta Povoledo, Times of India
Brisk polling in Maharashtra -
Heavy polling in Haryana -
UN snubs Pak on Kashmir conflict - Mail Today
Al Qaeda planning bombing attacks in India? - Rajnish Singh,
Rs.1,000 crore interim relief to cyclone-hit Andhra -
Saradha scam: Sale of Mamata Banerjee’s painting for Rs 1.8 crore under CBI lens - Neeraj Chauhan, Times of India
India to scrap Rs. 6,000-cr deal for minesweepers - Rahul Singh, Hindustan Times
French professor Jean Tirole wins Nobel Prize for Economics - Binyamin Appelbaum, Business Standard
DLF barred from accessing capital market for 3 years - Business Standard
September retail inflation at 6.46%, lowest since Jan 2012 - Times of India
Modi, Pawar & Uddhav in fast lane on last day of Campaign - Rohit Chandavarkar, Economic Times
Hundreds of people confront protestors in Hong Kong -
Shashi Tharoor sacked as Congress spokesperson - Zee News
Bharara, other US officials ‘assisted those behind court-summons to Modi’ - Madhav Nalapat, Sunday Guardian
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The BJP and the Sangh have understood the reality of India’s changing society and an organisation that was considered Brahmin-centric put up a backward caste leader like Narendra Modi as its prime ministerial candidate. Modi is not an ordinary man. The journey of this man, who began earning his living by selling tea, to the prime minister’s chair is no less than that of the hero of a novel. I had warned Nitish that Modi is not an ordinary man, he must not be underestimated. In return, he not only turned me out of the Rajya Sabha, but also expelled me from the party. This is the Tughlaqesque style of running party and government.
Shivanand Tiwari

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