While the exit polls surveys indicate at a clear majority for BJP in the assembly elections, Congress has said that it does not believe in the exit polls and said that it will do well in all the 4 states. "People should not trust the exit polls. No one says anything when results are declared after exit polls," Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs, Rajiv shukla said.
While the Haryana government on Thursday served a chargesheet to IAS officer Ashok Khemka over Vadra-DLF land deal cancellation issue, BJP leader Yashnwant Sinha supported Khemka and said that Khemka is fighting corruption and this shouldn't be done to anyone fighting corruption.
e Lounge: I like playing role of a gangster, says Saif In an exclusive interview to CNN-IBN Entertainment Editor Rajeev Masand, Bollywood actor Saif Ali Khan said that he likes the role of mafia-gangster guy. Saif who has played the role of a gangster in his latest movie 'Bullett Raja' added that his character in the film is charming and entertaining. The action flick is written and directed by Tigmanshu Dhulia and produced by Rahul Mittra.
Expect a headway in Uranium sale soon: Australian Foreign Minister Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop on her ongoing trip to India met External Affairs minister Salman Khurshid and discussed Nuclear agreements and economic ties along with the ongoing negotiations on uranium sale which seem to be unending. However, she said that there is commitment to sell uranium to India and a headway is expected soon.