Updated 03:38 PM Apr 18, 2014

Will never indulge in divisive politics even if I lose elections: Modi

Will never indulge in divisive politics even if I lose elections: Modi

Taking a jibe at the Congress party, Narendra Modi said that India has been ruled by pseudo secularism for way too long.

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Manmohan Singh not a silent leader; he cannot react to tweets: PMO

Two consecutive books by a former media advisor and a former coal secretary made embarrassing revelations about Singh and his tenure as the PM.

Ajit Pawar allegedly threatened people to vote for Sule, AAP files complaint

Ajit Pawar is allegedly heard in the video telling villagers in Baramati that if they do not vote for Sule, he will cut off their water supply.

Live Score: McCullum, Smith in as Chennai opt to bat against Punjab

Faf du Plessis, Brendon McCullum, Dwayne Bravo and Dwayne Smith are the four overseas players for Chennai Super Kings.

At 'Bullet Mandir', devotees worship a bike, offer liquor

Anybody who crosses the temple stop and worship the bike, otherwise it's believed the person will meet with an accident and die.

Cong candidate offers liquor in a temple before filing nomination

Ajay Rai faces BJP candidate Narendra Modi and AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal in Varanasi, which goes to polls in the sixth phase on May 12.

Miraculous escape for 56-day-old baby, survives ceiling collapse

The incident took place in Ratlam when the baby was sleeping alone in a cradle inside a government quarter.

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