2014 UPDATE

 
SUPERSTAR SALMAN KHAN'S FATHER AND NOTED SCRIPTWRITER SALIM KHAN TODAY LAUNCHED THE URDU VERSION OF BJP PRIME MINISTERIAL CANDIDATE NARENDRA MODI'S WEBSITE FORMER BJP LEADER JASWANT SINGH ATTACKS PARTY THERE IS NO BJP WAVE IN BARMER, WAVES ARE AGAINST IT: JASWANT SINGH THE BIGGEST WEAKNESS OF BJP TODAY IS THAT THERE IS NO CENTRE, STATES ARE RUNNING THE PARTY: JASWANT SINGH NARENDRA MODI ADDRESSES RALLY IN RATLAM, MADHYA PRADESH PEOPLE HERE HAVE SEEN THE BJP, THEY HAVE UNDERSTOOD THE PARTY WELL AND THEY TRUST IT TO SOLVE THEIR PROBLEMS: MODI BJP LEADER SMRITI IRANI FILES NOMINATION FOR LOK SABHA ELECTION FROM AMETHI AGAINST CONGRESS VICE-PRESIDENT RAHUL GANDHI AND AAP'S KUMAR VISHWAS RAHUL GANDHI ADDRESSES PUBLIC MEETING IN KISHANGANJ, BIHAR THIS COUNTRY HAS MOVED FORWARD BECAUSE OF THE HARD WORK BY THE PEOPLE OF THIS COUNTRY AND NOT BECAUSE OF SOME MODEL: RAHUL GANDHI NARENDRA MODI DOESN'T KNOW EVERY PERSON IN BIHAR HAS RADAR THAT HELPS HIM KNOW WHEN ANYBODY TRIES TO FOOL HIM: RAHUL GANDHI DELHI HIGH COURT DEFERS HEARING ON NURSERY ADMISSIONS ISSUE TILL MAY 7, SAYS SUPREME COURT HAS STAYED ITS ORDER ALLOWING ADMISSIONS AND IS AWAITING ITS DIRECTION ON THE MATTER UNION MINISTER KAPIL SIBAL MOVES ELECTION COMMISSION SEEKING FIR AGAINST BJP LEADER SUBRAMANIAN SWAMY FOR FILING 'FALSE COMPLAINT' AGAINST HIM AND HIS WIFE SC PRIYANKA GANDHI VADRA BEGINS ROAD SHOW IN MOTHER SONIA GANDHI'S CONSTITUENCY RAE BARELI NITIN GADKARI DENIES PROJECTING KIRAN BEDI AS BJP'S DELHI CM CANDIDATE THERE IS AN UNTRUE AND FABRICATED TWEET ATTRIBUTED TO ME WITH REGARD TO A POTENTIAL BJP CANDIDATE FOR DELHI ASSEMBLY: NITIN GADKARI BANGALORE: SLEEPER BUS FROM BANGALORE TO DAVANGERE CATCHES FIRE IN CHITRADURGA, KARNATAKA; 6 KILLED, OVER 50 INJURED SUPREME COURT AGREES TO HEAR BCCI'S PLEA SEEKING TAPES OF AUDIO RECORDING OF INTERACTIONS OF JUSTICE MUDGAL COMMITTEE WITH M.S. DHONI AND N. SRINIVASAN. IT WILL TAKE UP THE MATTER ON APRIL 22 SUNDER RAMAN TO CONTINUE AS INDIAN PREMIER LEAGUE (IPL) CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER FOR SEASON 7, RULES SUPREME COURT