Updated 09:57 AM Apr 25, 2014

Uma Bharti admits she had misjudged Modi, calls Robert Vadra a 'thief'

Uma Bharti admits she had misjudged Modi, calls Robert Vadra a 'thief'

BJP leader Uma Bharti added that she had realised her mistake of misjudging Narendra Modi within three days in 2007 itself.

  • What are Robert Vadra's credentials, asks Bharti
  • 'Vadra is who he is as he's Sonia's son in law'
  • 'I had misjudged Modi in 2007, but realised it'
  • 'In 3 days I withdrew candidates against BJP then'

Varanasi: SP workers 'purify' Malviya's statue after Modi garlands it

AP bifurcated after approval from most parties, says Congress

LS polls phase 6: Voting for 349 seats over, high voter turnout in TN, WB

Former US nuclear test site sues nations including India, US

From Vadodara to Varanasi: Modi's assets rise by Rs 14 lakh

Beni Prasad Verma calls Narendra Modi an 'animal' despite EC notice

Congress leader Beni called Narendra Modi an 'animal' and said that he needs to be taught a lesson.

SC verdict on Centre's plea against release of Rajiv Gandhi assassins today

The Centre had filed a petition challenging the Tamil Nadu government's authority in ordering the release of all seven convicts.

Chennai: EC lodges complaint against IT firms for working on polling day

EC took action after complaints from employees that they had been asked to report for duty despite the provision for a holiday as per the law.

IPL 7: Kolkata Knight Riders clinch thriller, beat Bangalore by 2 runs

Defending a moderate score of 150, Kolkata Knight Riders bowled superbly to leave Royal Challengers Bangalore stranded at 148 for 5 in 20 overs.

Now avoid trains, buses as air taxis ply between Bhopal, Satna

Ventura AirConnect, the first intrastate air service provider in India, has introduced air taxis on Bhopal-Satna route.

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

Two children made to beg allegedly by their own alcoholic mother have been rescued by an NGO at a railway station in Kota.

IBNLive Poll

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    FB Newswire: Facebook launches a tool tailored to journalists

    FB Newswire is designed to help journalists share and embed newsworthy Facebook content that is made public by its users.

  • Tech tips: Passwords alone can't keep you secure, add a second layer of protection to your online accounts

    Tech tips: Passwords alone can't keep you secure, add a second layer of protection to your online accounts

    The second piece of authentication could be your fingerprint or retina scan, though such biometric IDs are rarely used for consumer services.

  • New social networks connect chefs and diners

    New social networks connect chefs and diners

    A growing number of apps and websites are taking the traditional chef-diner relationship out of established eateries and into private homes.

  • A new technology that can detect when drivers are about to doze off

    A new technology that can detect when drivers are about to doze off

    The technology is based on steering wheel movements - which are more variable in drowsy drivers - and offers an affordable and more reliable alternative to currently available video-based driver drowsiness detection systems.

  • Google adds new ad feature to extend reach into mobile apps

    Google adds new ad feature to extend reach into mobile apps

    Google will allow marketers to run online ads that send consumers to a page directly inside a mobile app.

  • Twitter conversations among men feature fewer mentions of women

    Twitter conversations among men feature fewer mentions of women

    Gender bias may be real on Twitter as conversations among men on the social networking website feature fewer mentions of women, a new study has found.

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