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Ghaziabad administration ready for election: DM

Ghaziabad administration ready for election: DM

Polls 2014: Video camera shortage hits Ghaziabad offici... 2.6 lakh fake voters in Ghaziabad: Gen V.K. Singh Over 12 mn eligible to vote in Delhi: EC Money-for-voters sting claims three Ghaziabad officials Ghaziabad, April 8 (IANS) The ..., 1 week ago

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Booth captured by Samajwadi Party workers during polls, alleges VK Singh

Former Army chief and BJP candidate Gen V K Singh today accused some Samajwadi Party workers of booth capturing and alleged irregularities just after voting came to an end in Ghaziabad. He alleged that polling booth numbers 469, 470 and 471 were captured by ...
 DNA5 days ago PTI - POLL-SINGH-BOOTHS - Booth captured by SP workers during polls, alleges VK Singh  Namibia Press Agency5 days ago Booth captured by SP workers during polls, alleges VK Singh  Oneindia5 days ago
The Hindu

Rural voters hold they key in Gautam Budh Nagar

The Hindu BJP prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi being greeted by the party's Ghaziabad candidate Gen. V.K. Singh (left) and Congress candidate from Gautam Budh Nagar Ramesh Chand Tomar (right) who joined the BJP during an election campaign ...
 The Hindu1 week ago Modi stands for 'Movem...  Siasat Daily2 weeks ago Week to go for vote, candidate dumps Cong  Indian Express1 week ago Congress Gautam Budh Nagar candidate Ramesh Chand Tomar joins BJP  Indian Express1 week ago

Actor Vivek Oberoi Campaigns for BJP's Gen V. K. Singh

Actor Vivek Oberoi today campaigned for BJP candidate from Ghaziabad Lok Sabha seat General V K Singh. The actor's roadshow began from the Bajaria gurdwara around 2 PM. Riding an open jeep along with Singh, he appealed people to vote for the former army ...
 Outlook1 week ago PTI - VIVEK-CAMPAIGN - Actor Vivek Oberoi campaigns for BJP's Gen V K Singh  Namibia Press Agency1 week ago
India Today

BJP is nationalist, AAP anti-nationalist, says Gen V.K. Singh

Singh said he was contesting the Lok Sabha election from Ghaziabad as "a patriotic and disciplined
 INooz2 weeks ago Aam Aadmi Party leader Shazia Ilmi slams VK Singh  India Today1 week ago BJP nationalist, AAP anti-nationalist: Gen VK Singh  India Today2 weeks ago BJP, AAP slam govt, V K Singh for disturbing lack of trust  Indian Express1 month ago
Times of India

Wrong to link troop movement with Gen Singh's birth row: Choudhary

New Delhi, 22 February: The controversy over the report on movement of two Army units near the Capital in 2012 during the tenure of General V KSingh (Retd)as the Army chief has resurfaced. The then DGMO,LtGeneral A KChoudhary'scontention that there ...
 The Statesman1 month ago V K Singh Targets Top Babu for Coup 'Trust Deficit'  New Indian Express1 month ago Lt-Gen A K Choudhary: Troop movement shouldve been avoided if they knew (V K Singh's) court date  Indian Express1 month ago Former DGMO blames IB, Defence Ministry for pressing the panic button over coup rumours  The Hindu1 month ago

Editors' Guild slams Kejriwal, Gen VK Singh

A day after Aam Adami Party (AAP) leader Arvind Kejriwal and former Army Chief Gen V K Singh attacked the media, the Editors Guild of India (EGI) on Monday reacted sharply to their remarks, appealing political leaders not to level "vague and unsubstantiated" ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago Editors Guild  The Echo Of India1 month ago Editors guild objects to attacks on media  Deccan Chronicle1 month ago Editors Guild concerned over attack on media  Press Trust of India1 month ago
Deccan Chronicle

Bureaucracy cooked up something: V K Singh

Bhopal : Amidst a fresh controversy over movement of Army units towards Delhi in 2012, former Army Chief Gen V K Singh on Monday said the bureaucracy had tried to cook up something even though it was a routine exercise. To buttress his point, he ...
 Deccan Chronicle1 month ago Bureaucracy 'cooked up' Army scare story: V K Singh  Rediff.com1 month ago 2012 Army Movement: Singh Alleges Bureaucracy Caused Confusion  Outlook1 month ago 2012 troop movement: Gen VK Singh alleges bureaucracy misdirection  The Hindu1 month ago
IndiaTV News

Country needs nationalistic govt: BJP candidate VK Singh

BJP candidate from Ghaziabad Gen (Retd) V K Singh today said that there was a need to change the political system to put an end to all problems and this was possible only with change of government at the Centre.
 First Post.com2 weeks ago Change of govt needed to put an end to all problems: V K Singh  Business Standard2 weeks ago Change of government needed to put an end to all problems: V K Singh  IndiaTV News2 weeks ago PTI - SINGH - Change of govt needed to put an end to all problems: V K Singh  Namibia Press Agency2 weeks ago

India, Russia sign Rs.2,600 crore deal for anti-tank ammunition

The severe shortage of tank ammunition was first highlighted by former Army chief Gen V.K. Singh in a top secret letter to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh in March this year which later found its way to the media. Photo: Bloomberg New Delhi: India ...
 Livemint.com2 weeks ago India, Russia sign ammunition deal  The Statesman2 weeks ago India, Russia sign deal for anti-tank ammunition  Economic Times2 weeks ago India, Russia sign Rs 2,600 cr deal for anti-tank ammunition  DNA2 weeks ago
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