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Braving age and voting

Centenarian Sarvamangalamma Yeli (103) arrives for casting her vote at a polling station in Hamsabhavi in Hirekrur taluk of Haveri district, Karnataka on Thursday. Photo: Sanjay Ritti
Centenarian Sarvamangalamma Yeli (103) arrives for casting her vote at a polling station in Hamsabhavi in Hirekrur taluk of Haveri district, Karnataka on Thursday. Photo: Sanjay Ritti
BJP president Rajnath Singh with the party's prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi during a rally in Meerat. File photo: Rajeev Bhatt

Only Modi will be NDA’s PM: Rajnath

The BJP president dismissed questions on whether he could emerge as a consensus candidate for NDA allies in a post poll scenari »

BJP just replaced hand with lotus: Rahul Gandhi

Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi on Thursday accused the Bharatiya Janata Party of "copying" the Congress manifesto. »

Opinion

Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje casts her vote for Lok Sabha polls at Topkhana school in Jhalawar on Thursday. Photo: PTI

Over 58% turnout in Rajasthan

Ganganagar (SC) seat registered highest voter turnout of over 68 per cent »
Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa addresses an election meeting in Krishnagiri on Thursday. Photo: N. Bashkaran

Jayalalithaa terms Gujarat model a myth

She says Tamil Nadu is ahead of Gujarat in various indicators including social indices and industry »

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

RR district has highest number of voters

It has added nearly 3.5 lakh voters in the last two-and-a-half months: Collector. Six general observers, five expenditure observers and two police observers have already been appointed. »
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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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