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Jaipur candidates return to normal lives
DNMUM427706 | 12/9/2018 | Author : DNA Correspondent
Jaipur: After hectic campaigning came to an end with curtains coming down on the elections in Rajasthan on Friday, the candidates went about their chores the day after. Jaipur mayor and BJP candidate from Sanganer Ashok Lahoti spent time with their kids an...
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Parties hold meetings, plan for D-day
DNDEL24710 | 12/9/2018 | Author : DNA Correspondent
New Delhi: Three days ahead of the counting of votes to five state Assemblies that went to polls recently, both the BJP and the Congress held strategic meetings to draw plans for the poll day. BJP party president Amit Shah met general secretaries and took stock of th...
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President to go on a 3-day Myanmar visit
DNDEL24711 | 12/9/2018 | Author : Sidhant Sibal
New Delhi: President Ram Nath Kovind will be on a three-day visit to Myanmar from December 11 to 13. This will be the first visit to Myanmar by President of India in 12 years. The last visit was in the year 2006. This is President Kovind’s eighth state visit in total...
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Rural women lead way to voting
DNDEL24713 | 12/9/2018 | Author : Avanindra Mishra
Jaipur: Women from villages of Rajasthan stood ahead of their urban counterparts in exercising their right to vote during the 2018 state Assembly elections. Nearly, 74.66 per cent of women and 73.80 per cent of male voters have cast their votes for the state polls. As...
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Post-poll relaxation for chief ministers
DNDEL24714 | 12/9/2018 | Author : DNA Correspondent
New Delhi: A day after the exit poll predicted a neck and neck fight between the BJP and the Congress in the Hindi heartland, leaders of the two parties were seen either relaxing or engaged in hectic meetings to draw plans for the big result day of December 11 on Saturday.<...
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J & K Hindu village elects lone Muslim as panch
DNDEL24715 | 12/9/2018 | Author : Ishfaq-ul-Hassan
Srinagar: When the country is reeling through communal hatred, a small village from Jammu and Kashmir set an example of communal harmony! A Hindu-dominated village in Doda unanimously elected the lone Muslim villager as their Panch.Chowdhary Mohammad Hussain, 54, was ...
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