2014 UPDATE

 
NIA FILES CHARGESHEET AGAINST PATNA BLAST ACCUSED CONGRESS LODGES COMPLAINT AGAINST NARENDRA MODI WITH ELECTION COMMISSION FOR CARRYING OUT A ROAD SHOW BEFORE FILING HIS NOMINATION CONGRESS DELEGATION TO MEET THE ELECTION COMMISSION TO COMPLAIN AGAINST BJP PRIME MINISTERIAL NOMINEE NARENDRA MODI FOR ALLEGEDLY TELECASTING HIS ROADSHOW IN POLL-BOUND STATES GIRIRAJ SINGH APPLIES FOR ANTICIPATORY BAIL IN PATNA COURT, HEARING ON BAIL PLEA WILL BE HELD TOMORROW ELECTION COMMISSION HAS SERVED NOTICES TO CONGRESS LEADER BENI PRASAD VERMA AND BJP LEADER VINAY KATIYAR FOR MAKING CONTENTIOUS COMMENTS GOVERNMENT TO DESIGNATE LT GENERAL DALBIR SINGH SUHAG AS THE NEXT CHIEF OF ARMY STAFF NARENDRA MODI FILES NOMINATION FROM VARANASI CONSTITUENCY VARANASI: HUGE CROWD TURNOUT HAS BEEN OBSERVED IN BJP PRIME MINISTERIAL CANDIDATE NARENDRA MODI'S ROAD SHOW VARANASI: BJP LEADERS AMIT SHAH AND LAXMIKANT VAJPAYEE, RAVI SHANKAR PRASAD AND RAMESHWAR CHAURASIA ARE ALSO WITH NARENDRA MODI IN THE ROAD SHOW CENTRAL GOVERNMENT HAS FILED AN AFFIDAVIT IN SC, SAYING IT IS NOT APPOINTING ANY LOKPAL FOR NOW AAP CANDIDATE FROM NAINITAL, BALLI SINGH CHEEMA ALONG WITH 16 AAP WORKERS HAS BEEN ARRESTED FOR HOLDING A PROTEST AGAINST POLICE AFTER HIS VEHICLE WAS IMPOUNDED NCP SUPREMO SHARAD PAWAR HAS SAID THAT THE NDA WILL HAVE TO FIND A MORE ACCEPTABLE FACE LIKE RAJNATH IF IT WANTED TO FORM THE GOVERNMENT RAJNATH SINGH MORE ACCEPTABLE THAN NARENDRA MODI: SHARAD PAWAR NDA WILL NEED SUPPORT OF MAMATA , JAYALALITHAA OR MAYAVATI:PAWAR BOKARO POLICE RAIDS THE HOUSE OF BJP LEADER GIRIRAJ SINGH IN BARHAIYA OF LAKHISARAI DISTRICT BUT COULD NOT FIND HIM BJP LEADER GIRIRAJ SINGH NOT TO SURRENDER IN PATNA: SOURCES RAJASTHAN: TWO-YEAR-OLD GIRL FALLS INTO A BOREWELL IN ALWAR, RESCUE OPS UNDERWAY CAR BOMB EXPLOSION OUTSIDE POLICE STATION IN NAIROBI, FOUR KILLED RUSSIA'S CLAIM ABOUT US INVOLVEMENT IN UKRAINIAN UNREST LUDICROUS: US STATE DEPARTMENT BRINDA KARAT LAUDS MAMATA, SAYS MAMATA BANERJEE WILL JOIN THE NEXT GOVERNMENT AT THE CENTRE TO SAVE HER TAINTED MINISTERS AND MLAs