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Third Front not possible without Samajwadi Party: Mulayam Singh Yadav 3.2.2014 CNN-IBN: India
Samajwadi Party supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav on Monday asserted that 'Third Front' will not be possible without his party. "Third Front will not be possible without Samajwadi party as UP has more seats than any other state," he stressed.
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Congress stopped the special category status to Bihar: Nitish Kumar 3.2.2014 CNN-IBN: India

Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Monday said the Congress party prevented his state being accorded special category status following pressure from its alliance partners.

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There is no Modi wave in Jharkhand: Shibu Soren 3.2.2014 CNN-IBN: India
Accusing the BJP of making tall promises with an eye on power, Soren said Jharkhand voters won't be swayed by such campaigns.
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BJP trying to bring more star power to LS campaign 3.2.2014 Asian Age: India
After “disco king” Bappi Lahiri, the BJP is also trying to rope in action heroes of Bollywood to lure the electorates ahead of the coming general polls. The saffron party is trying to rope in Akshay Kumar, Sunny Deol and Ajay Devgn to campaign for the party in the coming general elections. Going regional, the BJP, which has already got Bhojpuri superstar Manoj Tiwari, is also likely to get another Bhojpuri “sensation” Ravi Kishan to campaign for the party in the Hindi heartland. Manoj Tewrai, who had campaigned for the saffron party during the recently held Delhi Assembly polls, is also expected to contest Lok Sabha polls from Bihar. BJP’s West Bengal unit also wants the party leadership to field Bappi Lahiri from the state as he has a massive fan following in the region. Other “star powers” of the BJP also include Hema Malini, Dharmendra, Vinod Khanna, Smriti Irani, who is also a Rajya Sabha MP, Vivek Oberoi and actor-turned-politician and Patna Sahib MP Shatrughan Sinha. While BJP’s PM ...
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Women not safe in UP, says Modi 3.2.2014 Asian Age: India
Gujarat CM and BJP Narendra Modi on Sunday said that the law and order situation in Uttar Pradesh had deteriorated in the past decade and women were not safe even in their own homes. “Women are scared of venturing out of their homes. I urge these Samajwadi leaders to, at least, ensure the safety and security of women in the state,” he said. Talking about corruption in UP, he asked: “Where is the money going? The people of UP want answers because the pockets of leaders are being filled but people are unhappy here. Two days ago, Mulayam Singh had said that UP’s budget for people’s welfare was more than Gujarat’s budget, but if that is so, then why are people unhappy here?” In his 50-minute speech, Modi attacked the Congress, ruling Samajwadi Party in Uttar Pradesh and the AAP government in Delhi and sought a mandate in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections by projecting himself as “chowkidar” who will guard public funds. The Gujarat chief minister said that he had made his state free of riots ...
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AAP government is riding a tiger 3.2.2014 CNN-IBN: India
Kejriwal has been maintaining that he is not after power and ready to quit anytime.
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After CPI, AIADMK announces alliance with CPIM for Lok Sabha elections 3.2.2014 CNN-IBN Top Stories
Left parties are trying to stitch up a secular democratic front along with AIADMK, JDU, BJD, JDS, Samajwadi Party and a few other regional parties.
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Government to face new pressure group in Parliament session 3.2.2014 CNN-IBN: India
With broad contours of a 'Third Force' emerging ahead of Lok Sabha polls, Government will have to face a new pressure group from the Opposition minus BJP on key issues as Parliament's extended winter session re-convenes on February 5.
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Modi-led stable government doesn't assure new bull market 3.2.2014 Deccan Herald - Business
Modi-led stable government doesn't assure new bull market
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BJP trying to bring more star power to LS campaign 3.2.2014 Asian Age: India
After “disco king” Bappi Lahiri, the BJP is also trying to rope in action heroes of Bollywood to lure the electorates ahead of the coming general polls. The saffron party is trying to rope in Akshay Kumar, Sunny Deol and Ajay Devgn to campaign for the party in the coming general elections. Going regional, the BJP, which has already got Bhojpuri superstar Manoj Tiwari, is also likely to get another Bhojpuri “sensation” Ravi Kishan to campaign for the party in the Hindi heartland. Manoj Tewrai, who had campaigned for the saffron party during the recently held Delhi Assembly polls, is also expected to contest Lok Sabha polls from Bihar. BJP’s West Bengal unit also wants the party leadership to field Bappi Lahiri from the state as he has a massive fan following in the region. Other “star powers” of the BJP also include Hema Malini, Dharmendra, Vinod Khanna, Smriti Irani, who is also a Rajya Sabha MP, Vivek Oberoi and actor-turned-politician and Patna Sahib MP Shatrughan Sinha. While BJP’s PM ...
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Women not safe in UP, says Modi 3.2.2014 Asian Age: India
Gujarat CM and BJP Narendra Modi on Sunday said that the law and order situation in Uttar Pradesh had deteriorated in the past decade and women were not safe even in their own homes. “Women are scared of venturing out of their homes. I urge these Samajwadi leaders to, at least, ensure the safety and security of women in the state,” he said. Talking about corruption in UP, he asked: “Where is the money going? The people of UP want answers because the pockets of leaders are being filled but people are unhappy here. Two days ago, Mulayam Singh had said that UP’s budget for people’s welfare was more than Gujarat’s budget, but if that is so, then why are people unhappy here?” In his 50-minute speech, Modi attacked the Congress, ruling Samajwadi Party in Uttar Pradesh and the AAP government in Delhi and sought a mandate in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections by projecting himself as “chowkidar” who will guard public funds. The Gujarat chief minister said that he had made his state free of riots ...
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Modi hits out at Sonia's remarks, says Congress spewing poison 2.2.2014 CNN-IBN: Politics
haratiya Janata Party prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi on Sunday hit out at Congress President Sonia Gandhi over her 'cultivating fields of poison' remark saying that her party ruled the country for the longest time and it's in the character of Congress to undulge in caste politics. "When you ask Congress a question you get a different reply. You ask Sonia on farmer suicide, she responds by "zeher ki kheti remark. If power is poison then Congress has been in power for very long. Poison is being spewed by the Congress," said Modi at a rally in Uttar Pradesh's Meerut.
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Modi, Mamata to address separate rallies in Tripura 2.2.2014 Latest News
BJP's PM candidate Narendra Modi and Trinamool Congress supremo Mamata Banerjee would address separate public rallies here to start campaign for their respective parties in the North-East for the coming Lok Sabha elections, party sources said ...
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AIADMK and CPI announce alliance for Lok Sabha polls 2.2.2014 DNA: Evolutions
Attempting to form a "secular and democratic alternative" to dethrone Congress from power at the Centre, AIADMK and CPI today announced their decision to enter into an alliance ahead of the coming Lok Sabha polls. Addressing the press at her Poes Garden residence here along with CPI leaders A B Bardhan and Sudhakar Reddy, AIADMK chief and Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa said, "AIADMK and CPI have decided to enter into an alliance to face the upcoming Lok Sabha elections together." Senior CPI leader Bardhan said "I endorse whatever she has said. Our alliance will lead to victory. We will succeed." To a query on the increasing clamour among AIADMK cadres to project Jayalalithaa as their Prime Ministerial candidate, Bardhan said "If we succeed in the election, as I said the prospects RPT prospects will open up." Jayalalithaa intervened to say "All that will come later. Our aim is to win all 40 seats in Tamil Nadu and Puducherry." "Our slogan for the elections is Peace, Prosperity, ...
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Web Column: Pranab, stability and Prime Minister Rahul 2.2.2014 Top Stories
The discretionary power that is vested in the President might be very crucial in upcoming elections
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Raj Thackeray warns party men 1.2.2014 Asian Age: Mumbai
MNS chief Raj Thackeray on Friday came down heavily on his own party men during an internal party meeting held in Pune. He warned them to perform in 15 days. Sources in the party said the move by the leader was very indicative as the party might be contesting the Lok Sabha polls alone. “Why is work done by our elected representatives not reaching the grass-root level. The representatives must think about their style of functioning and make changes accordingly,” Mr Thackeray told the party leaders present during the meeting. “On what basis are we going to contest polls if we fail to reach the people? I give you 15 days to improve your work or else have to rely on other leaders,” he said. Mr Thackeray, who has so far not indicated to extend his support to Shiv Sena-BJP alliance, might go alone for the ensuing Lok Sabha polls. The party sources said that Mr Thackeray was gearing up the cadre by holding an audit of their work. Mr Thackeray, who was expected to speak on the toll agitation that was ...
Third Front a possibility or an eyewash? 1.2.2014 CNN-IBN: Politics
As the two big national parties get ready for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections, regional parties like the Samajwadi Party and the Janata Dal United are joining forces with the Left to form a Third Front. The 14 regional parties say they do not want a tie up with either the Congress or the BJP and will now be holding a meeting in the national capital on February 5.
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G Sreedathan: A communist's ghost returns to haunt the Kerala CPI-M 1.2.2014 Latest News
The T P Chandrasekharan murder case verdict could land a heavy blow to the party's Lok Sabha ambitions
JDU, Left hope to create a 14-party secular front 1.2.2014 CNN-IBN Top Stories
The proposed front does not have the Aam Aadmi Party on its radar yet, JDU leader KC Tyagi told IBNLive.com.
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Sonia attacks BJP, says it's trying to cultivate 'fields of poison' 1.2.2014 CNN-IBN Top Stories
Sonia alleged that the BJP and other opposition parties have only one motive and that is to hanker after the chair.
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