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Sharat Pradhan: The sectarian card again
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Sharat Pradhan: The sectarian card again

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), tipped to form the next government, appears to be returning to its Hindu nationalist roots at the start of a five-week general election, raking up divisive issues and using strong language in riot-hit Muzaffarnagar. The Gulf Today, 6 days ago
Gloves off as BJP woos the Hindu vote Reuters India, 1 week ago
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Grenade attack at Pradhan

IMPHAL, Feb 27: Unidentified persons lobbed a hand grenade at the Mayang Imphal Taning Makha Leikai residence of Mayang Langjing Gram Panchayat pradhan, namely Khangembam Sanaton Singh, 42, son of Amumacha. The incident occurred at around 7 pm today ...
 Kangla Online1 month ago
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Soul-searching and questions about Rahul

By Sruthi Gottipati AURANGABAD, India (Reuters) - On the eve of India's mammoth general election, even some members of the ruling Congress party appear to have accepted it will not return to power, raising a question mark on the future of its ...
 Reuters India1 week ago For India's Congress party, soul-searching and questions about Gandhi  CNBC1 week ago
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For Rajnath Singh, the going will be tough in Lucknow

Even after giving five rounds to former prime minister Atal Behari Vajpayee followed by the last round in 2009 to his close lieutenant Lalji Tandon, Lucknow is now all set to give a rough ride to Bharatiya Janata Party president Rajnath Singh, who has taken the plunge after forcing  Tandon’s exit from here, says Sharat Pradhan. Even as Samajwadi Party supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav has discreetly facilitated Rajnath by replacing a seasoned Ashok Bajpai with Abhishek Misra, a political ...
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How Mulayam's masterstroke may slow the Modi 'wave' in UP

The Varanasi versus Azamgarh story is about the fears and insecurities of two of our strongest leaders, Narendra Modi and Mulayam Singh Yadav, says Sheela Bhatt after travelling through the two cities. Narendra Modi's choice of Varanasi to enter the Lok Sabha has triggered a riot of imagination in the people of this temple city. Similarly, Mulayam Singh Yadav's decision to contest from Azamgarh, 90 km from Varanasi, has upset the equations of the Bahujan Samaj Party and the Bharatiya Janata ...
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Appeal goes out to Sahara Pariwar to shell out Rs 1 lakh each for Roy's bail

The contribution 'appeal' was made through a one-page letter signed by directors of a hitherto unknown society and 'associates' of the group. Company officials, however, disowned any connection with the appeal, reports Sharat Pradhan from Lucknow. In a dramatic twist to the Sebi-Sahara saga, an innovative idea was on Friday floated for the collection of at least Rs 100,000 each from Sahara employees and 'well-wishers' to garner at least Rs 5,000 crore (Rs 50 billion) and secure group chief ...
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No chance of a united candidate against Modi in Varanasi

Even as both the ruling Samajwadi Party and its bête noire, the Bahujan Samaj Party may swear in the name of secularism, neither of the two critical players in Uttar Pradesh politics is willing to go for a united nominee against their common political foe, Narendra Modi, who seemed cocking a snook at them from Varanasi. Sharat Pradhan reports There were many -- particularly Muslims, who seemed to wonder why other political parties do not leave the turf in this key constituency free for ...
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'Our aim is to give a devastating blow to both Modi and Rahul'

"This is not like any other election, nor is it just a local election. Varanasi is going to create history that will change the political destiny of the country,” AAP leader Arvind Kejriwal, who announced his decision to contest against Narendra Modi in Varanasi, told a rally following a referendum. Sharat Pradhan reports. A thunderous applause followed by a reverberating “Yes” echoed at the crowded Benia Bagh grounds in Varanasi on Tuesday evening, as Aam Aadmi Party chief ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago
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When Varanasi transformed 'atheist' Kejriwal

The Aam Aadmi Party leader took a dip in the Ganga, visited the Kashi Vishwanath temple before he opened his challenge to Narendra Modi. Sharat Pradhan reports from Varanasi. A sworn atheist and an established non-conformist, Aam Aadmi Party chief Arvind Kejriwal turned religious on his arrival in the ancient Hindu city of Varanasi on Tuesday, March 25, where he will take on the Bharatiya Janata Party's prime ministerial hopeful Narendra Modi in an upcoming Lok Sabha contest. From the moment ...
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Many draw election tips from bookies

By Manoj Kumar and Shyamantha Asokan NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Despite India's prohibitions on gambling, anyone keen to bet on who will be the next occupant of the prime minister's residence at 7, Race Course Road can call a closely guarded phone ...
 Reuters India3 weeks ago Wary of pollsters, Indians draw election tips from illegal bookies  CNBC3 weeks ago
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