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India goes to polls in biggest voting day
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Indian Official Bucks Trend, Drives Electric Car

Transport Commissioner K Amaranarayana has become the first bureaucrat in the state to opt for an electric car, Mahindra Reva Published: 14-Apr-2014 It a time when bureaucrats are getting increasingly pushy, demanding the latest luxury cars for ... EV World, 4 days ago
India goes to polls in biggest voting day AlterNet.org, 1 day ago
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Aged vote to bless young with jobs

Lohardaga, April 10: Amid the colourful media hype surrounding first-time voters, concerns of senior citizens turn sepia in comparison. But the pleasure of 82-year-old retired primary schoolteacher Prem Prakash Khalko, who showed black ink on his index finger ...
 The Telegraph1 week ago 1 time voters feel empowered in Pune  DNA23 hours ago First-time voters in Bangalore give a thumbs up to change  Times of India1 day ago First-timers vote for better governance  Times of India1 day ago
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Times of India

Bangalore: India's first city to get free public Wi-Fi

The facility - Namma Wi-Fi (802.11N) will allow citizens to use smartphones, tablets, netbooks, laptops and other mobile devices.
 Times of India2 months ago Bangalore becomes first Indian city to have free wifi hotspots  Sify2 months ago Free Wi-Fi in Bangalore to access internet  Prokerala2 months ago
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USD/INR No Cheers As India Election Begins

Today is the first day of the largest election in the world where over 814 million Indian citizens will hold a ballot vote that will determine the next Government for the next 5 years. This election has been hyped up as the one that would change ...
 Action Forex1 week ago USD/INR: No Cheers As India Election Begins  Investing.com1 week ago

First erect signs, then issue traffic challans, say Quepem locals

The traffic department's move to issue challans for violations caught on surveillance cameras has irked Quepem citizens, because these, they say, are being issued in the absence of signages and marked parking areas.
 Times of India6 hours ago
Times of India

'What does not affect you today, might knock at your door tomorrow': Bollywood celebrities ask citizens to vote wisely

The Indian film industry, which prides itself on its secular image, appears to be taking sides for the first time during this Lok Sabha elections with several Bollywood A-listers asking people to vote "smart" and choose wisely. Here are some of the ...
 IBNLive India News1 day ago Bollywood appeal to vote fo...  Siasat Daily1 day ago Bollywood's open letter to voters  Deccan Chronicle2 days ago Appeal to Vote for Secular Leaders Divides Bollywood  Outlook India2 days ago
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IBNLive India News

INDIA ELECTIONS: SOCIAL MEDIA ABUZZ WITH AWARENESS CAMPAIGNS

NEW DELHI, April 6 (NNN-PTI) -- As India prepares itself to cast the first round of votes for Lok Sabha elections, social media platforms and tech companies have also caught on the poll fever with many coming out and urging youth to cast their vote ...
 NAM News Network1 week ago LS elections Phase V live: Anna Hazare, Misa Bharti cast their votes  IBNLive India News1 day ago 8.81 pc turnout in Maharashtra in first two hours  Deccan Herald1 day ago LIVE-LS Polls 2014 : Brisk polling reported from Assam, Tripura  IndiaTV News1 week ago
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Times of India

M F Husain's nine last works he painted before his death to go on display at London museum

LONDON: For the first time, the final nine paintings by celebrated Indian artist M F Husain - which were painted just days before he passed away in London, will go on public display at the Victoria and Albert museum this summer. The Indian ...
 Times of India1 day ago
Gnom.es

A Landmark Ruling: India's Supreme Court Says Trans Rights are Human Rights

In an historic ruling, India's Supreme Court has for the first time given recognition to India's third gender population. This provides us with a great opportunity to look at why recognizing a third gender is so important. Estimates suggest that ...
 Care21 day ago US is the world's biggest human rights violator  Axis of Logic1 day ago The transgender community: Legally invisible no more?  Gnom.es1 day ago INDIA: Criminal Justice Reform Duty Of State, Not Court  Scoop2 days ago
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Japan Times

The Prestige Group Reminds the Citizens of India That It is a Time to Take a Stand, It is a Time to Vote

PR.com 2014-04-11 Bangalore, India, April 11, 2014 --( PR.com )-- 2014 will witness one the most critical and decisive elections in the history of India. It's time to shift from passive acceptance to active participation. You Vote. You Decide. is ...
 BizWire Express1 week ago Modi vows to send politicians with criminal background to jail  Times of India4 days ago Choice for Indian Voters: Government run from shadows or a truly democratic setup?  DNA4 days ago Celebrating 400 years of UK-India relations will help youths in both countries: Priti Patel  Times of India4 days ago
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