Lance Naik Gopal Singh Bhadoria (33), VSM, a native of the Talpura village of Bah Tehsil, was martyred recently in Kulagm of Jammu and Kashmir, after killing four terrorists. India Today, 1 month ago
The foremost name in this list is that of Rani Pakshalika Singh, who is the wife of sitting Bah MLA and former UP Minister Raja Mahendra Aridaman Singh and had recently defected to the BJP from SP with her husband. Pakshalika Singh had been nominated as the ...India Today, 2 months ago
The continuing media coverage of the just concluded Uttar Pradesh polls quickly degenerated into a farcical urban legend, for every phase saw a new spin being given to what was happening on the ground. In the tower of babble, one heard that the Jats were ...The Financial Chronicle, 1 week ago
The complete list of the UP Assembly Election 2017 winners put out by the Election Commission. The BJP became the first party in 37 years to clinch victories in over 300 seats in the elections whose counting was done on March 11, 2017. Constituency Leading ...Sify, 2 weeks ago Uttar Pradesh elections: Winners and Constituencies 2012 Sify, 2 weeks ago Ground report Agra: BJP holds the edge, but women may turn the tide for SP catchnews.com, 1 month ago
Kangana Ranaut and Shahid Kapoor have teamed up for the first time in Vishal Bhardwaj's Rangoon. The film will release in 10 days from now but their on-screen kisses and electric chemistry has become the talk of the town. Little does anyone know that there's ...DNA, 1 month ago
They might have lost their kingdom, but the urge to rule still seems to dog them, as a number of royals have thrown their hat in the ring in the high-voltage Uttar Pradesh assembly elections. In Rampur, sitting MLA Nawab Kazim Ali of Nawab family is once again in the fray to ensure his fifth consecutive victory from Swar seat, where he is being challenged by Samajwadi Party leader Azam Khan's son Abdullah Azam, a debutante. This time Ali is contesting from a different party, the Bahujan Samaj ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
'Of course, I would like a world in which candidates don't ask for my vote on religious (etc) grounds.''But will we ever live in a world free of such appeals?''More important, will a Supreme Court verdict, by itself, ever deliver such a world?' asks Dilip D'Souza.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com Not long ago, a bright young film student dropped in to have a chat about the way religion influences our lives. It was well-timed, because I was still seething over a line I had heard in a sermon ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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