Updated 10:29 AM Apr 25, 2014

Possibility of Congress support for Third Front open: Chavan

Possibility of Congress support for Third Front open: Chavan

Chavan also said that the BJP, led by its prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi, will not be able to get more than 170-180 seats in the polls.

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This 120-yr-old woman sets an example for youths

A woman, who claimed to be 120-year-old, on Thursday cast her vote at the polling booth no. 250 in Khandwa district.

Children made to beg by alcoholic mother rescued

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