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Outrage against Hema, yet votes for Modi, Yogi: Mathura voters

Venturing into the heart of Mathura, a constituency in western Uttar Pradesh situated approximately 163 kilometres from the national capital, The New Indian discovered a region steeped in religious significance as the birthplace of Lord Krishna. The Lok Sabha constituency went to polls on April 26.

GROUND REPORT| Haldwani prepares for elections amid mixed sentiments for BJP

With a population of 371,654 and situated 296 kilometers from Delhi, the district holds significant electoral weight. In the final stretch of campaigning, Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami led a massive roadshow on the day of Ram Navami, drawing both fervent support and nuanced sentiments from the electorate. The New Indian team reached Haldwani to capture the election mood ahead of the first phase of polling.

GROUND REPORT| BJP favored to sweep Haridwar in Uttarakhand elections

The holy city of Hardiwar located nearly 239 km away from the national capital is all set to see high-stakes battle between Uttarakhand's Ex CM Trivendra Singh Rawat and Congress' Virendra Rawat. However, early indications from the locals suggest that BJP's stronghold in Haridwar will likely secure them a comfortable victory.

Indian student found Dead in Ohio, 11th such case this year

A 25-year-old Indian student, Mohammed Abdul Arfath, who had been missing for nearly three weeks, was discovered dead in Cleveland, Ohio, the Indian consulate in New York confirmed on Tuesday.

INTERVIEW| Gadkari: Bal Thackeray loved me for work but won’t go to Uddhav ever

Union minister for road, transport and highways Nitin Gadkari, who is contesting Lok Sabha election for the third time from Nagpur — the headquarters of RSS — has opened up about his deep-rooted relationships with prominent political figures, particularly his bond with Bal Thackeray in Mahrashtra.  Reflecting on his journey alongside stalwarts like then Maharashtra CM Manohar Joshi, sitting Union minister Narayan Rane, and Gopinath Munde, Gadkari cherishes moments with Executive Editor Rohan Dua and invaluable lessons learned from the visionary leaders who shaped his path. 

Vijender Singh joins BJP, a day after reposting Rahul Gandhi’s tweet

The viral video, shared by Rahul Gandhi, featured a woman lambasting the BJP and Prime Minister Narendra Modi over various issues including the electoral bonds scam and the recent violence in Manipur. Singh's decision to repost this critique seemingly signaled his alignment with the Congress party's stance.

SHOCKER: X, formerly known as Twitter, to make DMs public?

Micro-blogging site X, formerly known as Twitter, on Monday made a startling announcement that all the direct messages (DMs) -- usually encrypted and drafts -- on its platform would now be made public. This unexpected move prompted a widespread speculation, with users questioning whether it was a genuine attempt to promote transparency or merely an April Fool's Day prank.

SC refuses to halt Hindu prayers in Gyanvapi Mosque’s southern cellar

The Supreme Court declined to halt the ongoing prayers by Hindu devotees within the southern cellar of the Gyanvapi mosque in Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh while ordering a "status quo" on religious observances by both Hindu and Muslim sides inside the mosque precincts.

Sunita Kejriwal reads out jailed husband’s “6 guarantees” ahead of polls

Sunita Kejriwal, the wife of Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, took centre stage at the "Loktantra Bachao" rally by the INDIA Alliance parties, held at Delhi's Ramlila Maidan. Amidst the political fervour, she read a message from her husband, currently in judicial custody.

2024 Lok Sabha Elections: Bihar

Lok Sabha elections in Bihar would be conducted in seven phases, as the Election Commission of India announced on Saturday.

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