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BJP may see gains in Bengal, Trinamool tally likely to shrink

NEW DELHI/KOLKATA, May 20 -- West Bengal, the third-largest electoral state in India, may see a boost for the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), several exit polls suggested on Sunday, bearing out what lea... Read More


'First hour post trauma seals patient's fate'

LUCKNOW, May 20 -- Underlining the importance of prompt action in case of trauma patients needing urgent care, Dr Rama Kant, former chief medical superintendent of King George's Medical University (KG... Read More


After 38 days, voting ends in India

NEW DELHI, May 20 -- Violent clashes in West Bengal and Punjab marred the seventh and final phase of voting in the marathon 17th Lok Sabha elections on Sunday. Initial estimates indicated that around ... Read More


Lok Sabha elections 2019: BJP may see gains in Bengal, Trinamool tally likely to shrink

India, May 19 -- West Bengal, the third-largest electoral state in India, may see a boost for the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), several exit polls suggested on Sunday, bearing out what leaders of the ... Read More


Polling for 18 assembly seats peaceful in Tamil Nadu, Goa and Agra

India, May 19 -- Brisk and peaceful voting was seen in the four Tamil Nadu Assembly constituencies of Aravakuruchi, Sulur, Thiruparankundram and Ottapidaram, on Sunday which was the last day of pollin... Read More


After Maya tweet, BJP writes to EC

LUCKNOW/NEW DELHI, May 19 -- The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has written to the chief election officer (CEO), Lucknow, against Bahujan Samaj Party chief Mayawati for allegedly violating the Model Cod... Read More


As D-Day nears, anti-BJP alliance talks gather pace

NEW DELHI, May 19 -- As Prime Minister Narendra Modi took a break in the Uttarakhand hills after a hardfought poll campaign, opposition leaders moved on Saturday to try and stitch up an alternative to... Read More


Modi, Rahul make final pitch for Lok Sabha polls

NEW DELHI, May 18 -- Both principal combatants,the incumbent Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the challenger Congress, said they were on course to winning the people's mandate to govern the nation for... Read More


Won't be able to forgive Pragya Thakur from heart, says PM

New Delhi, May 18 -- Prime Minister Narendra Modi said he will never be able to forgive Pragya Singh Thakur from his heart for her comments praising Nathuram Godse even as the Centre's ruling Bharatiy... Read More


Won't be able to forgive Pragya from heart: PM

New Delhi, May 18 -- Prime Minister Narendra Modi said he will never be able to forgive Pragya Singh Thakur from his heart for her comments praising Nathuram Godse even as the Centre's ruling Bharatiy... Read More