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         BJP's game exposed after Manjhi-Modi meeting: Cong    
 
PATNA: With former Bihar Chief Minister Jitan Ram Manjhi meeting Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Delhi Thursday setting off speculation of the two joining hands before the Bihar polls, the Congress said that the "game plan of BJP" stood exposed.

 
         Baba Ramdev's brother sent to 14 days judicial custody    
 
HARIDWAR: A local court in Haridwar on Thursday rejected the bail plea of yoga guru Baba Ramdev's brother Ram Bharat and sent him to 14 days judicial custody in connection with a clash between Patanjali Food and Herbal Park's staff and members of a transport union, which had led to the death of one person.

 
         Avoided choosing "populist course": Modi    
 
 
NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said that he has consciously avoided choosing a "populist course" and had instead opted for a "more difficult path" of correcting the defective government machinery.

 
         CBI sends notice to Allahabad Bank seeking TMC accounts    
 
KOLKATA: CBI, probing the multi-crore rupees Saradha scam, has sent notice to a city-based branch of Allahabad Bank seeking details of nearly 21 accounts of Trinamool Congress maintained with it.

 
         Ex-Bihar CM Manjhi meets Modi; tie-up speculation mounts    
 
 
NEW DELHI: Former Bihar Chief Minister Jitan Ram Manjhi Thursday met Prime Minister Narendra Modi here, further fuelling speculation that he may align with BJP in the upcoming Assembly election even as the Mahadalit leader maintained silence over the issue.

 
         Sonia meets families of train mishap victims    
 
RAEBARELI (UP): Congress President Sonia Gandhi Thursday met families of the victims of the Bachrawan train accident that had left over 30 dead and assured them of all possible help.

 
         Rains bring relief from scorching heat in TN    
 
CHENNAI: Rains in many parts of the state brought respite from the scorching sun for people across Tamil Nadu sizzling under the influence of 'agni nakshatram,' the peak summer period.

 
         Four of family killed in road mishap in TN    
 
THANJAVUR (TN): Four persons of a family, including a four-year-old boy, were killed and 11 others injured today when the van in which they were travelling collided with a lorry near here, police said.

 
         Railway workers plan stir against Centre's labour laws    
 
NEW DELHI: Voicing concern over Centre's plan to introduce reforms in labour laws and liberalise FDI in railways, Hind Mazdoor Sabha has announced a nationwide indefinite strike of railway workers in November.

 
         Delhi Lt Governor Najeeb Jung meets Home Secy    
 
 
NEW DELHI: Delhi Lt Governor Najeeb Jung Thursday met Union Home Secretary LC Goyal, amidst the ongoing tussle between him and the AAP government.

 
         Delhi govt moves HC on Centre's notification on LG's powers    
 
 
NEW DELHI: The AAP government Thursday moved the Delhi High Court challenging the Centre's recent notification giving the Lieutenant Governor absolute powers in appointing bureaucrats in the national capital.

 
         17 Air India cabin crew suspended, row over rest period    
 
 
NEW DELHI: Air India has suspended 17 of its cabin crew members including some senior air hostesses, pending enquiry, apparently for "delaying" several of the national carrier's international flights citing "inadequate" rest period.

 
         Modi running an over-centralised government: Chidambaram    
 
 
NEW DELHI: Senior Congress leader P Chidambaram Thursday rejected Prime Minister Narendra Modi's veiled charge that Sonia Gandhi was an "unconstitutional authority" and instead accused the BJP and the government of "running to" RSS with a "pernicious" hidden agenda.

 
         Yaduveer crowned as Maharaja of Mysuru    
 
 
MYSURU: Yaduveer Krishnadatta Chamaraja Wadiyar was coronated as the Maharaja of Mysuru on Thursday. The newly coronated King ascended the silver throne 'Bhadrasana' following the coronation ceremony.

 
         Heat wave toll at 1242; AP, Telangana account for 1192 deaths    
 
 
NEW DELHI: The intense heat wave sweeping through many parts of the country has claimed 1242 lives over the last few days, with Andhra Pradesh and Telangana bearing the brunt as these two states account for most of the deaths.

 
         BJP distances from Rijiju's beef remarks, says issue shouldn't be politicised    
 
 
NEW DELHI: BJP today distanced itself from Union minister Kiren Rijiju's reported comment on beef eating, saying the issue involves "great religious sentiments" and should not be dragged into the political domain.

 
         Manmohan 'lying with a straight face', hits back BJP    
 
SURAT/NEW DELHI: In a no holds barred counter-attack on Manmohan Singh, BJP today branded the former Prime Minister a "puppet" and accused him of "lying with a straight face" after he charged the Modi government with harping on corruption to divert the people's attention to non-issues.

 
         Woman denied flat for being Muslim, Govt promises action    
 
 
MUMBAI: A young Muslim woman was refused a flat for rent here by a builder allegedly on grounds of her religion just days after a male MBA graduate was denied a job by a diamond export firm for similar reasons.

 
         India lodges strong protest with Swedish daily    
 
 
NEW DELHI: India has lodged a strong protest with Swedish national daily 'Dagens Nyhetter' for putting out "slip of the tongue" comments by President Pranab Mukherjee during an interview to it, saying it was done in a "most condescending" manner and was "unprofessional and unethical".

 
         Muslim youth denied job: 5 get anticipatory bail    
 
 
MUMBAI: A sessions court has granted interim relief from arrest to five persons including directors of Hari Krishna Exports, the diamond export firm which denied employment to a young MBA graduate for being a Muslim.

 
         Irani should answer why she is not setting up IIIT: Priyanka    
 
 
RAE BARELIA day after Smriti Irani attacked the Nehru-Gandhi family saying that after years of "hollow" promises, Amethi and Rae Bareli will now see development, Priyanka Gandhi today asked what was stopping the HRD Minister from setting up an IIIT here.

 
         Coal scam: Former top bureaucrat drags Manmohan Singh's name    
 
 
NEW DELHI: A former top bureaucrat in the UPA government today dragged the name of former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh in the coalgate by telling a special court that he took the "ultimate decision" as the then coal minister in allocation of the coal blocks.

 
         Sonia 'unconstitutional authority' during UPA: Modi    
 
 
NEW DELHI: Hitting back at Sonia Gandhi for her sharp attacks on him, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today suggested that she had been an "unconstitutional" authority exercising "real" power over the PMO during the UPA rule wheras power was now wielded only by constitutional means.

 
         Never used office to enrich myself, family or friends, says former PM Manmohan    
 
 
NEW DELHI: Former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Wednesday hit out at the Modi government saying it was “harping” on corruption to divert people’s attention to non-issues and asserted that he never used public office to “enrich” himself, family or friends.

 
         I eat beef, can somebody stop me?- Kiren Rijiju    
 
 
NEW DELHI: Condemning Minister of State for Minority Affairs Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi for asking beef eating people to go to Pakistan, Minister of State for Home Kiren Rijiju said that he eats beef and no one can stop him from doing so, as per an Indian Express report.

 
         Heat wave: Death toll crosses 550 mark in AP    
 
HYDERABAD: The death toll due to severe heat wave sweeping Andhra Pradesh has risen to 550 with the scorching weather claiming 104 lives in Guntur district alone, officials said Tuesday.

 
         Fire breaks out in assembly complex    
 
NEW DELHI: Just hours before a special session of the Delhi Assembly began, a minor fire broke out in its complex this afternoon. Four fire tenders were sent to the spot and blaze was brought under control soon.

 
         Modi govt determined to get back black money, says Amit Shah    
 
 
NEW DELHI: The Narendra Modi-led NDA government was determined to get back black money stashed abroad, but could not announce the names of culprits due to international treaties, BJP president Amit Shah said here on Tuesday.

 
         Salman gets HC's permission to go to Dubai    
 
 
MUMBAI: The Bombay High Court Tuesday granted permission to Bollywood actor Salman Khan, who is out on bail after being convicted in the 2002 hit-and-run case, to travel abroad for a show.

 
         Doors open for new allies, Bihar polls very imp: Shah    
 
NEW DELHI: Hinting at the possibility of joining hands with former Chief Minister Jitan Ram Manjhi in Bihar polls, BJP President Amit Shah Tuesday said talks are on and his party's doors are open for new allies.

 
 
Can Aruvikkara election be seen as an evaluation of State governance?
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