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  • Congress Takes a Dig at PM for Launching Narendra Modi Mobile App
    After Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the launch of ‘Narendra Modi Mobile App' and asked the youth to share their views with him, the Congress party took a dig at him and said that he can now address the issue of intolerance through this app. Congress spokesperson Tom Vaddakan said that farmers can get their grievances redressed, unemployed youths can get employment and riot-like situation or incidents of intolerance can be addressed directly through this app.  
    2015-12-28 12:44:19 PM
  • BJP Demands Public Apology from Arvind Kejriwal for Dragging Jaitley in DDCA Case
    The BJP sought a public apology from Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday, 27 December, for levelling charges against Union Minister Arun Jaitley. The party asserted that there was no mention of Jaitley in the report submitted by Delhi government's inquiry panel into DDCA affairs. In reply, the AAP chief asked why Jaitley was "afraid" of a probe if he is not involved in corruption. Meanwhile, the three-member inquiry panel has recommended immediate suspension of DDCA as large number of allegations are pending against it.
    2015-12-28 12:43:01 PM
  • Civic Polls in Chhattisgarh Underway; Results on 31 December
    Polling for 11 civic bodies, including one municipal corporation, four municipal councils and six nagar panchayats, began in Chhattisgarh today. A total of 6,20,110 voters are eligible to caste their votes. Total of 821 polling booths have been set up where polling is being conducted through electronic voting machines (EVM). The polling, which began at 7 am, will continue till 3 pm in Naxal-infested areas. The results will be announced on 31 December.  
    2015-12-28 12:41:34 PM
  • Karnataka Records 99 per cent Voting for 25 Seats in Legislative Council
    The eight-hour polling for 25 seats in Karnataka Legislative Council saw 99 per cent voting on 27 December. The counting will take place on 30 December. According to an Election Commission official, 99 per cent of the 107,123 voters cast their votes. Total 125 candidates, including eight women are in the fray. While the ruling Congress has fielded candidates in 21 seats, opposition BJP and Janata Dal-Secular (JD-S) have fielded their candidates in 20 and 18 seats respectively. Currently, Congress has 28 seats in the 75-member council.
    2015-12-28 12:40:51 PM


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