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    Karnataka polls over but Governor’s vote yet to come in

    Karnataka polls over but Governor’s vote yet to come in

    No one seems to have really won the Karnataka elections - going by the wrangling for power that was underway in Bengaluru well into the wee hours of Wednesday. The BJP undoubtedly won the largest numb ...

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    Separatists plan protests against PM Narendra Modi’s J&K visit

    Separatists plan protests against PM Narendra Modi’s J&K visit

    Separatists leaders Syed Ali Shah Geelani, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and Yasin Malik, under the banner of Joint Resistance Leadership (JRL), will march to Lal Chowk in Srinagar to protest against Prime Mini ...

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    Sack Nirmal Singh for anti-Army remarks: Jammu traders’ body to PM Modi

    Sack Nirmal Singh for anti-Army remarks: Jammu traders’ body to PM Modi

    Adding to the woes of Jammu and Kashmir Assembly Speaker Dr Nirmal Singh, Jammu Chamber of Commerce and Industry — a frontal organisation of traders and industrialists — here on Tuesday asked Prime Mi ...

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    Karnataka Election Results: Making Sure Our Lawmakers Are Not Poached, Says Kumaraswamy

    Karnataka Election Results: Making Sure Our Lawmakers Are Not Poached, Says Kumaraswamy

    New Delhi: With Karnataka throwing up a fractured mandate and both the BJP and the JD(S)-Congress combine staking claim to form the government, the fear of horse trading is back. JD(S) leader HD Kumar ...

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    BJP Sweeps Coastal Karnataka; Wins 18 Out Of 21 Seats, 4 More From Last Time

    BJP Sweeps Coastal Karnataka; Wins 18 Out Of 21 Seats, 4 More From Last Time

    New Delhi: Riding a Modi wave, the BJP has swept coastal Karnataka by winning 18 out of 21 assembly seats, regaining control over the region which is known as a communal tinderbox. The Congress manage ...

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    BJP leads in Karnataka vote count

    BJP leads in Karnataka vote count

    The BJP was ahead of the ruling Congress on Tuesday as officials counted the millions of votes polled in the Karnataka Assembly election, leaving the JD-S far behind, officials said. Determined to mak ...

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    West Bengal panchayat elections: Children turn political workers in Lalgarh, Jhargram

    West Bengal panchayat elections: Children turn political workers in Lalgarh, Jhargram

    Class IV student Biswanath Singh huddled through electoral rolls under a tree near a Burijhor primary school, where residents waited in queues to vote. Chiranjit Singh, a class V student, helped him a ...

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    Ambassador Sarna slams US media for ‘negative’ portrayal of India

    Ambassador Sarna slams US media for ‘negative’ portrayal of India

    Indian Ambassador to the US Navtej Singh Sarna has slammed the American media for their “negative portrayal” of India, alleging that there is a tendency among foreign journalists based in India to pic ...

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    China Clears $1 Billion Road In Sri Lanka, Countering India Influence

    China Clears $1 Billion Road In Sri Lanka, Countering India Influence

    Colombo: China has approved a $1 billion loan to revive a long-delayed expressway in central Sri Lanka, the island's government said Monday. Construction of the first phase of the road linking the cap ...

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    Karnataka Election Results: Siddaramaiah Struggles In One Seat, Ahead In Another

    Karnataka Election Results: Siddaramaiah Struggles In One Seat, Ahead In Another

    New Delhi/Bengaluru:Karnataka's incumbent Chief Minister Siddaramaiah of the Congress was leading in Badami but trailing in Chamundeshwari as votes were counted on Tuesday. Siddaramaiah is contesting ...

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