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Narendra Modi in Gujarat updates: Have no attachment to position, want to bring happiness to Indians, says PM
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Narendra Modi in Gujarat updates: Have no attachment to positi...

Campaigning for the phase two of the Gujarat election, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be addressing rallies in Palanpur, Sanand, Kalol and Vadodara on Sunday The post Narendra Modi in Gujarat updates: Have no attachment to position, want to bring happiness ... First Post.com, 6 days ago

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Mathrubhumi

Why does Pak Army ex-DG want Ahmed Patel as Guj CM, asks Modi

Palanpur (Guj):Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday alleged Pakistan was interfering in Gujarat Assembly polls, and sought an explanation from the Congress over its top partymen who are said to have recently met leaders from the neighbouring country.
 Mathrubhumi6 days ago Why does Pak Army's former DG want Ahmed Patel to be Gujarat CM, asks PM Modi  DNA6 days ago
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2nd phase Gujarat polling today for 93 seats

Voting for the second phase of the crucial Gujarat Assembly polls will be held today after the high-voltage campaign witnessed Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Congress president-elect Rahul Gandhi leading the electioneering for their parties. A total of 851 ...
 Mathrubhumi2 days ago Gujarat set for second phase of polls; Modi, Shah to vote  Rediff.com3 days ago Gujarat elections 2017: 851 to battle it out in phase 2  DNA2 weeks ago
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Gujarat wasn't even uttered, says ex-Pak minister who attended Aiyar's dinner

'In Pakistan, during our election campaigns, India is never mentioned,' says Pakistan's former foreign minister Khurshid Mahmud Kasuri. Pakistan's former foreign minister Khurshid Mahmud Kasuri on Wednesday expressed anguish for being unnecessarily dragged into Indian politics by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, saying that even the word 'Gujarat' was not mentioned by anyone at a private dinner in New Delhi. Kasuri, who was last week hosted by Congress leader Mani Shankar Aiyar in New Delhi, ...
 Rediff.com3 days ago Pak foreign ministry tells PM Modi to win election on own strengths  catchnews.com5 days ago Prasad raps Pakistan for sermon on elections  Deccan Herald5 days ago Gujarat assembly elections 2017: 'Stop dragging us into India's elections' Pakistan charges  Sify5 days ago
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'Strange story with no basis': Ex-Pak FM dismisses Modi's conspiracy theory

Pakistan's former foreign minister Khurshid Kasuri on Wednesday dismissed as "a strange story with no basis" the claim made by Prime Minister Narendra Modi that Islamabad was interfering in the Gujarat assembly polls. "I am astonished. I had gone for dinner and I heard him saying that Pakistan is hatching a conspiracy," Kasuri, who served as Pakistan's Foreign Minister between November 2002 and November 2007, told Urdu language Samaa TV news channel. Recalling that ex-prime minister Manmohan ...
 Rediff.com3 days ago Kasuri dismisses Modi's claim as 'strange story with no basis'  Deccan Herald3 days ago
Mathrubhumi

Rahul slams PM Modi for attacking Manmohan Singh

Prime Minister Narendra Modis comments against his predecessor Manmohan Singh over a dinner meeting with Pakistani diplomats were unacceptable, Congress president-elect Rahul Gandhi said here today. The prime minister had insinuated that Manmohan Singh was ...
 Deccan Herald4 days ago
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Gujarat results will be 'zabardast', says Rahul on final day of campaigning

Gandhi said that he is frequently visiting temples in Gujarat for the well-being of the people of the state.  IMAGE: Congress President-elect Rahul Gandhi addresses a press conference in Ahmedabad, Gujarat. Photograph: PTI Photo There is "tremendous undercurrent" against the Bharatiya Janata Party in Gujarat, Congress president-elect Rahul Gandhi claimed on Tuesday, and predicted a victory for his party in the assembly elections. Addressing a press conference on the last day of ...
 Rediff.com4 days ago
DNA

Arun Jaitley rejects Manmohan's demand for PM Modi's apology, says Cong must give details of the meeting

Union Finance Minister Arun Jailtey has now reacted to ex-PM Manmohan Singh's sharp criticism of Narendra Modi regarding the meeting with Pakistanis in Mani Shankar Aiyar's house. Arun Jaitley reacted shortly after Manmohan Singh issued a statement where he ...
 DNA5 days ago Guj polls: Manmohan asks Modi to apologise for Pak conspiracy  Deccan Herald5 days ago Manmohan asks Modi to apologise for Pak conspiracy allegation  Mathrubhumi5 days ago 'Pained' Manmohan asks Modi to apologise over Pak conspiracy charges  Rediff.com5 days ago

Discontent in Modi's hometown; Mehsana gives BJP the jitters

Its not every day that you find a hardened BJP worker muttering under his breath that his party, which has been ruling Gujarat for the last 22 years, is on a sticky wicket. When you do find one, that too in Vadnagar, Prime Minister Narendra Modis home town, ...
 Deccan Herald6 days ago

During note ban, hoarders turned black money into white: Rahul

Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi on Sunday continued his tirade against Prime Minister Narendra Modi over demonetisation and said during the note ban all the hoarders turned their black money into white. Addressing a rally in Banaskantha of poll-bound ...
 Sify1 month ago
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