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BJP eyes gains in south, east to cut clout of regional queen

Mamata Banerjee, chief of Trinamool Congress and West Bengal Chief Minister
INDIA'S opposition Bharatiya Janata Party was set to make gains in two big states in the south and east that began voting on Thursday (April 24) in the sixth phase of a mammoth general election that could help it build a stable majority in parliament.   A final set of opinion polls predicted a strong showing by the BJP and its allies in Tamil Nadu ...

Modi 'overwhelmed' by mass support in Varanasi

INDIAN election frontrunner Narendra Modi said he was “overwhelmed” on Thursday (April 24) by a huge show of support in Varanasi as he entered the contest to become the holy city's member of parliament.   The streets o More Real life news »

Asian Business Awards will be shown on Zee TV

COVERAGE of the prestigious Asian Business Awards (ABAs) will be shown on Zee TV this weekend. Regarded as the 'Asian Business event of the year', the glamourous awards ceremony which took place earlier this month celebrates the contin More Real life news »

Millions vote in the sixth phase of polling in India

MILLIONS cast ballots in the teeming financial capital Mumbai, the home both of Bollywood and of sprawling slums, as well as in the electorally important southern state of Tamil Nadu.   The mammoth national election has been stagge More Real life news »

Kejriwal accuses rivals of sell-out

FIREBRAND anti-corruption champion Arvind Kejriwal accused his rivals in India's elections on Wednesday (April 23) of selling out to big business by accepting hundreds of millions of dollars to bankroll their campaigns.   As he More Real life news »
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