Voters are not thinking of demanding from candidates a blueprint for change. They seem to be overwhelmed. Dipankar Gupta, Sociologist There is overkill in the BJP's high-voltage propaganda. You can see that people may be swayed by that. Outlook India, 2 weeks ago
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Indian cricketer Suresh Raina posted his selfie with the inked finger in focus, and so did many voters young and not so young on social networking sites, as they flaunted their indelible mark as proof of exercising their democratic right and asked ...India-West, 1 week ago Selfies with 'inked finger' crowd social media Deccan Herald, 1 week ago Selfies with 'inked finger' crowd social media (Lead) ProKerala.com, 1 week ago Selfies with inked finger crowd social media Calcutta News.Net, 1 week ago
Expressing pride and exuberance after casting their ballot, voters - young and not so young - have taken to the social media across India, flaunting their inked finger as proof of exercise of their democratic right and are urging others to vote. ...NDTV, 1 week ago Voters flaunt 'inked finger' on social networking sites News Track India, 1 week ago Voters flaunt inked finger on social networking sites New Delhi News.Net, 1 week ago Voters flaunt inked fingers on Facebook, Twitter IBNLive India News, 1 week ago
Poll panel, state government at loggerheads over various directives Kolkata: Officials of the Election Commission of India (EC) were yet again attacked by Trinamool Congress (TMC) workers in West Bengal. The assault took place in the Manikchak area ...Gulf News, 1 week ago
Thursday’s Lok Sabha elections will be a landmark for Delhi's Tibetan youth as they will get the right to vote in their adopted homeland, reports Anshul Gupta. For the first time since they arrived in India more than five decades ago, Tibetan immigrants living in a Delhi settlement will vote in India's parliamentary election on Thursday. Thousands of Tibetans fled across the Sino-Indian border in the late 1950s when Mao Zedong's forces seized their homeland. Some took refuge in the North ...Rediff.com, 1 week ago
NEW DELHI: Samsung Electronics' share in India's smartphone market is both growing and shrinking, based on different metrics. Samsung has expanded its volume market shares to 38% in last quarter of 2013 from 32.7% in the first, according to latest ...Economic Times, 1 week ago Samsung tops smartphone sales in 2013 Gartner Technology Times, 1 month ago Smartphone sales continue to surge Businesstech.co.za, 1 month ago Smartphone Sales Surged in 2013 Printed Circuit Design & Manufacture, 1 month ago
CHANDIGARH, Apr 5: Delhi maintained their unbeaten record after defeating Services by five wickets and 10 balls to spare in their last league match in the five-team North Zone T20 Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy at the Sector 16 Cricket Stadium here today.Daily Excelsior.com, 1 week ago Delhi top North Zone with five wins Business Standard India, 2 weeks ago Bhajji helps Punjab beat Services by 9 runs in Syed Mushtaq T20 Hindustan Times, 2 weeks ago Delhi bowlers set up second T20 win Indian Express, 2 weeks ago
In another match at the PCA stadium, Haryana edged out Services by eight runs. It was paceman Ashish Hooda who turned the tide in Haryana's favour with his five-wicket haul. Haryana put up a competitive 144 for seven after being asked to bat ...Hindustan Times, 2 weeks ago
Delhi produced a clinical performance to comfortably beat Jammu and Kashmir by six wickets and register their second consecutive win in a North Zone Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy match, here today. Left-arm spinner Varun Sood (3/14) and seasoned Rajat ...Business Standard India, 2 weeks ago
Powerful batting lower down the order followed by tidy bowling helped Mumbai thrash Saurashtra by 16 runs in the West Zone T20 league game, for the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy, at the MCA's BKC ground in Mumbai on Wednesday. Put in to bat, Mumbai started slowly before Sarfaraz Khan and Sujit Nayak batted aggressively to guide the team to a challenging total of 145 for five. The pair, which remained unconquered, scored 46 runs off just 16 balls for the sixth wicket. Sarfaraz, who made his T20 debut, ...Rediff.com, 2 weeks ago
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