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ONE AMONG THE FEW: A woman exercises her franchise at Golakpur village in Jehanabad, Bihar, on Thursday at a polling station that saw very few voters. Photo: Prashant Nakwe
The Hindu ONE AMONG THE FEW: A woman exercises her franchise at Golakpur village in Jehanabad, Bihar, on Thursday at a polling station that saw very few voters. Photo: Prashant Nakwe

Fifth phase witnesses heavy turnout

This round is crucial to both the BJP and the Congress as together with their allies, they currently hold 86 of the 121 seats. »
Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa addresses an election meeting in Krishnagiri on Thursday. Photo: N. Bashkaran

Jayalalithaa targets Modi as key Muslim ally walks out

Her stepped-up attack on the BJP comes close on the heels of the decision of the Tamil Nadu Thowheed Jamath to break ties with the AIADMK. »

Opinion

Congress MP Priya Dutt

I have nothing to do with Sanjay’s parole: Priya Dutt

In October 2013, he was granted a month’s furlough, 14 days at a time, and was later granted parole thrice for a total of 90 days on the ground that his wife was unwell. »
MANDATE 2014

BJP-TDP alliance runs into rough weather

TDP reportedly considering change in the constituencies allotted to the BJP »

Chennai

Actor Vijay called on the Gujarat CM in Coimbatore on Wednesday.

Star trek: When Vijay met Modi

BJP sources said, at the meeting, which the Twitter account of Mr. Vijay described as ‘non-political’, Mr. Modi enquired after the actor’s recent and upcoming film projects. »
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Hyderabad

Youngsters enjoying the feel of the Nissan Play Station opened in Hyderabad on Thursday, this is set up as part of the GT Academy to scout nation-wide talent.
 ---PHOTO:NAGARA GOPAL

Zoom your way to the top

Nissan, PlayStation to organise driver-discovery programme. The qualifying round of the competition has been held in Mumbai and Delhi in which over 2,000 people participated. »
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Delhi

The Urban Development Ministry have recommended that the Delhi Police was more suited to securing the Delhi Metro than the CISF. File Photo

Delhi Metro might see change of guard

The 129 metro stations in Delhi are manned by nearly 5,000 CISF personnel while the mandate of the Delhi Police is to investigate crimes committed in the wagons or station premises. »
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