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  • BJP ahead in early leads; Sensex, Nifty open at record high
    New Delhi: The counting of votes for the seven-phase Lok Sabha elections began Thursday morning across the country. As per the initial trends, BJP-led NDA is leading in 178 seats and UPA in 77 seats. Other parties are leading in 43 seats. It is reported that BJP is leading in 32 seats in Uttar Pradesh whereas Congress is ahead in only 2 seats. Apart from Uttar Pradesh, NDA is leading in Gujarat, Maharashtra, MP, Chhattisgarh, West Bengal, Delhi, Rajasthan, Bihar, Haryana and Karnataka. BJP cand…
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  • LS results: Initial trends favourable for UDF in Kerala
    Thiruvananthapuram:Counting of votes polled during the April 23 Lok Sabha polls for 20 seats in Kerala began Thursday morning amidst heavy security. The southern state had witnessed a heavy polling of 77.68 per cent, the highest in 30 years, where the ruling CPI(M)-led LDF and the opposition Congress-headed UDF put up a fierce fight to garner maximum seats. According to the results counted till 9.30 am, Thiruvananthapuram UDF candidate Shashi Tharoor is leading in Thiruvananthapuram Lok Sabha…
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  • Rahul leading by over 34,000 votes in Wayanad
    Wayanad: Congress president Rahul Gandhi is leading in Wayanad constituency in Kerala by 34,989 votes against CPIs C P Suneer. Rahul has secured a total of 53230 votes whereas Suneer has earned upto 18241 votes. The high range constituency Wayanad, which came into national prominence after Congress chiefs Rahul Gandhis candidature, had registered a record polling of 80.31 per cent against the 73.25 per cent registered in the 2014 elections. Counting of votes polled during the April 23 Lok Sabh…
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  • Delhi: BJP leads in three seats, AAP on second spot in initial trends
    New Delhi: The incumbent BJP is leading in initial trends for counting of votes in three Lok Sabha seats in Delhi, followed by AAP in those constituencies, officials said. Sitting Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MP Parvesh Sahib Singh Verma is leading against his AAP rival Balbir Singh Jakhar by 3,319 votes in the West Delhi Lok Sabha seat, they said. BJP candidates were also leading in South Delhi and North West Delhi parliamentary constituencies. Sitting MP Ramesh Bidhuri was leading against h…
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  • Chance of violence: Section 144 imposed in two places in Kasaragod
    Thiruvananthapuram: The police have beefed up security all over the state in view of the conflicts on the vote counting day. Kasaragod collector Dr. D. Sajith Babu imposed Section 144 in 500m area of Kalliyod and Periya towns in the district. The collector informed that the prohibitory orders will exist from 8 am on Thursday to 8 pm on Friday. The security arrangements have been made according to the report submitted by the State Intelligence wing one week ago. Clear clues have been given on th…
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  • Early UP trends show gains for BJP, Rahul trails
    Lucknow:Counting began amidst tight security in Uttar Pradesh and early trends show a major lead for the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) L. Venkateshwarlu said that the counting will decide the fate of 979 candidates and the number of EVMs to be counted is 1.63 lakh. According to initial trends, the biggest shocker came from Amethi where Congress President Rahul Gandhi was trailing to BJPs Smriti Irani by some 2,500 votes. Samajwadi Party President Akhilesh Yadav w…
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  • DMK front leads in three LS seats in TN
    Chennai: The DMK and its allies the Congress and MDMK were leading in three Parliamentary constituencies in Tamil Nadu, according to trends available from the Election Commission. While DMK surged ahead in Tirunelveli, its ally MDMK and Congress were leading in Erode and Virudhunagar respectively, according to the EC. The DMK fought 19 Parliamentary seats and its allies in the rest of 19 constituencies while elections were cancelled in Vellore. AIADMK had fielded candidates in 20 Parliamentar…
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  • Counting begins, postal ballots counted first; Kingmakers wait in wings
    New Delhi: Counting of votes for the seven-phase Lok Sabha elections began Thursday morning across the country.The counting exercise is on in over 4,000 counting centres amid concerns raised by opposition parties over alleged tampering of EVMs. They have asked the Election Commission to ensure transparency in counting.Election Commission officials said results are expected only by late evening. Elaborate security arrangements have been made at the counting centres across the country. In Kerala,…
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  • Early UP trends show gains for BJP, Rahul trails
    Lucknow:Counting began amidst tight security in Uttar Pradesh and early trends show a major lead for the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) L. Venkateshwarlu said that the counting will decide the fate of 979 candidates and the number of EVMs to be counted is 1.63 lakh. According to initial trends, the biggest shocker came from Amethi where Congress President Rahul Gandhi was trailing to BJPs Smriti Irani by some 2,500 votes. Samajwadi Party President Akhilesh Yadav w…
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  • Shashi Tharoor tweets about ‘Deliverance Day’ ahead of results
    Thiruvananthapuram: Congress candidate in Thiruvananthapuram Lok Sabha constituency Shashi Tharoor is all set to know about the election results. He shared a photograph in his Twitter handle in which he is seen with his mother. Both are seen praying in front of the idols of God. In the tweet given along with the photograph he said it is finally the deliverance day. He also asked, 'Will it be D for Deliverance for the nation from 5 years of misgovernance, ineptitude & bigotry, or D for Disappoin…
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  • SC gets four new judges; now has full strength
    New Delhi: Four new judges were appointed to the Supreme Court Wednesday, raising their number to 31, the full sanctioned strength. As of now, the apex court is functioning with 27 judges. The sanctioned strength is 31, including the Chief Justice. In the recent past, this is for the first time that the SC will have a full sanctioned strength. The four appointed are justices Aniruddha Bose, A S Bopanna, B R Gavai and Surya Kant. The names of justices Bose and Bopanna were earlier returned by t…
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  • Who will rule the country; mathrubhumi.com to provide live results
    Kozhikode: Mathrubhumi is all set to provide live results of the 17th Lok Sabha elections to its readers and viewers. We will be with you from the beginning of counting to the officail announcement of results with live updates and more. Including the 20 constituencies in Kerala, mathrubhumi.com will have all the live updates of the lead andvote share from 542 constituencies in India. Our reporters will give live details from the counting centres. With this, mathrubhumi.com will provide live re…
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  • Bhawana Kanth becomes 1st woman fighter pilot to qualify to undertake combat missions
    New Delhi: Scripting history, Flight Lieutenant Bhawana Kanth on Wednesday became the first woman pilot of the Indian Air Force to qualify to undertake combat missions on a fighter jet. IAF officials said Kanth has completed operational syllabus for carrying out combat missions on Mig-21 Bison aircraft during day time. "She is the first woman fighter pilot to be qualified to undertake missions by day on a fighter aircraft," IAF Spokesperson Group Capt Anupam Banerjee said. At present, Bhawana…
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  • Prohibitory orders in Kallyott, Periya on counting day
    Kasaragod: Prohibitory orders have been issued at Kallyott and Periya in Kasaragod where two Youth Congress activists were murdered. The district collector has issued the order considering chances for conflicts in the backdrop of the election counting day. The prohibitory order is valid from 8 am to 8 pm on May 23. It is applicable on an area within 500 metres of Kallyott and Periya towns. Conducting demonstrations without obtaining permission is also banned. Youth Congress activists Kripesh…
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  • IAF successfully test fires aerial version of BrahMos missile
    New Delhi: The Indian Air Force Wednesday successfully test fired the aerial version of the supersonic BrahMos cruise missile from a Su-30 MKI fighter aircraft at the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, marking a major milestone to enhance its precision strike capability. The 2.5 tonne air-to-surface missile has a range of around 300 km, and it will significantly enhance the IAFs combat capability, military officials said. The BrahMos cruise missile travels at a speed of Mach 2.8, nearly three times t…
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  • Attempted break-in at IAF's Paris office handling Rafale procurement
    New Delhi: In a suspected case of espionage, there was an attempted break-in on Sunday at the Indian Air Forces Paris office which is overseeing procurement of 36 Rafale fighter jets for India, military sources said. A group of unidentified persons broke into the office of the IAFs Rafale project management team in the suburbs of Paris and local police are probing whether the attempt was to steal classified data relating to the aircraft, they said. "As per initial assessment, no data or hardwa…
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  • Honour to be at Kerala Blasters, says new manager Schattorie
    Kochi: Newly appointed manager of Kerala Blasters FC, Eelco Schattorie said it is a great honour to be at a club that breathes football. Under Schattorie, Northeast United FC reached to the ISL playoffs for the first time in the club's history during the 2018-19 season. Soon after taking charge, the Dutchman took to the official twitter page and said, “A club with the biggest fan base in the ISL should be entertained with a winning team. That's what we are going to try and accomplish with p…
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  • MHA asks states, UTs to remain alert; says calls given in various quarters for inciting violence
    New Delhi: A day before counting of votes for the Lok Sabha polls, the Union Home Ministry Wednesday alerted all states and Union Territories on the possibility of violence in different parts of the country, saying calls were given in various quarters for inciting violence. In a statement, the ministry also said it has asked the states and UTs tomaintain law and order, peace and public tranquillity. "The home ministry has alerted the state chief secretaries and directors general of police rega…
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  • Pinarayi writes to EC, CRPF over lack of facilities for police on poll duty
    Thiruvananthapuram: Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan Wednesday demanded that the Election Commission and the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) should ensure that necessary facilities were provided to Kerala police officials being deputed to other states for poll duties. The CM shot off letters to the Commission and CRPF following reports that police personnel from the state had faced hardships during their return journey after participating in Lok Sabha polls in Bihar. "The Commission and CRP…
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  • Rattled by likely defeat, opposition questioning EVMs: Shah
    New Delhi: BJP president Amit Shah Wednesday slammed the opposition over its doubts on EVMs, saying the rival parties are rattled by their likely defeat and are "tarnishing" India and its democracy by raising questions on its electoral process. He also termed as unconstitutional the demand of 22 opposition parties that the Election Commission change its counting protocol and count five random VVPATs first, saying any decision in this regard is not possible without an all-party consensus. In hi…
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      • Nike Introduce Anti-Clog Traction Technology – Soccer Cleats
        A great nail biting game is not always played in optimal weather conditions. And when the weather is bad, it can make for less than perfect conditions, which is why the Nike company has envisioned, created, and manufactured a forward thinking anti-clog traction technology soccer cleat that will stand the test of time in howContinue reading Nike Introduce Anti-Clog Traction Technology – Soccer Cleats
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      • Different Genres of Comedy Explained
        Comedy is just comedy, right? Actually, the answer is no. There isn’t just one type of comedy. So, in order to help you get an idea of the various types of comedy there is, we have created a list that explains ten different genres of comedy. 1.) Dark Comedy Comedian Examples: Seth MacFarlane, Sacha BaronContinue reading Different Genres of Comedy Explained
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      • Minivan Or Suv For Big Family
        Most families like travelling during the holiday season. Others, usually like travelling during weekends and so on. You will realize that those people who have big families like using minivans or SUV for travelling. An SUV is a comfortable vehicle that can carry your family members from one place to another. The SUV or sportsContinue reading Minivan Or Suv For Big Family
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      • Veda – An evening of Spanish romantic music at David Hall
        The David Hall Fort Kochi is hosting an evening of Spanish romantic music on the classical guitar by Veda Aggarwal, a classic guitarist who has trained under guitar maestros Roger Zimmerman and GFA 2010 winner Johannes Moller. Veda, a Pune based resident has been playing and teaching music for several years. She has collaborated withContinue reading Veda – An evening of Spanish romantic music at David Hall
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      • Chekavar Malayalam Movie- Audio Promo
        It is not  very often you see, a heavy orchestral (western classical) score in an Asian film. Despite, being the second biggest film industry in the world,  orchestral scores have been a rare affair in Indian films;  requirements for the same too being very less, since majority of the productions  root themselves on the Naach-Gaana formula.Continue reading Chekavar Malayalam Movie- Audio Promo
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      • Low Down on Unitech’s New Mall In Kochi – The Great India Place
        Kochivibe presents to you the low down on “The Great India Place”. A mall that is sprouting up at Kochi. Built by India’s second largest real estate company Unitech, the Great Indian Place is located at Maradu. World renowned architectural firm and winner of #1 Retail Design for 7 years and,  Callison Inc has designedContinue reading Low Down on Unitech’s New Mall In Kochi – The Great India Place
        - 11 Jul 10, 6:18pm -
      • Kaav – Malayali Music Band goes international – Cochin/Kochi
        From being featured in “The Guardian”, an online newspaper based in UK with international presence, to being featured in ColdPlay’s website, it has been a dream run for Kaav, a trio instrumental band in Vypin, Cochin. Who would have thought that when three friends from Cochin with a passion for music get together, they willContinue reading Kaav – Malayali Music Band goes international – Cochin/Kochi
        - 11 Jul 10, 5:55pm -
      • Malayalam Wikipedia completes 10,000 article milestone
        Malayalam wikipedia completed 10,000 articles on June 1st 2009. Some Statistics On May 2009 malayalam wikipedia had 9972 articles after the addition of 494 articles and on June 1st it reached 10,001. Among Indian wikipedias Malayalam wiki is the 7th to bypass this golden figure Page depth went from 147 to 150. In world wikipediasContinue reading Malayalam Wikipedia completes 10,000 article milestone
        - 11 Jun 09, 6:13pm -
      • The Newest 315 Year Old Art Gallery In Kochi – David Hall
        Say Hello to Cochin’s newest Art Gallery/Cafe. David Hall was built in in 1695 and served as the residence of a Dutch commander Hendrik Adriaan Van Reede Tot Drakestein, who is also the author of renowned book “Horticus Malabaricus”. Then, it served as the home of a Jewish business man, David Koder and before itContinue reading The Newest 315 Year Old Art Gallery In Kochi – David Hall
        - 11 Apr 09, 6:11pm -

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