21 April 2014

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India PM in office but 'not in power', book claims

NEW DELHI  A tell-all book by an ex-aide to India s Premier Manmohan Singh depicting him as a powerless political puppet hit bookstores this weekend, stirring new controversy in the midst of a bitterly fought election.The book, giving ammunition to opposition critics during the marathon polling which winds up May 12, paints a damning portrait of a premier who was in office -- but "not in power" -- while ruling Congress party president Sonia Gandhi called the shots.Entitled "The

Majority Muslims vote for Aam Aadmi Party of India

NEW DEHLI: The claims revealed by the Indian media reports stated that majority Muslims are registering their vote for the leader of Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), Arvind Kejriwal, instead of voting for the Congress party.According to the reports, majority Muslim’s are registering their votes for AAP of India, whereas majority polling station in Maqbooza Kashmir remained deserted.On the other hand, many adolescent children were being seen voting in the district Rajuri.Meanwhile, Rahul Gandhi in an

Indian party leader sparks backlash over rape remarks

Indian party leader sparks backlash over rape remarksNEW DELHI: The mother of a student who was fatally gang-raped on a bus led the outrage Friday against an Indian political leader who described three convicted multiple rapists as "boys" who had made "mistakes".During a rally in the state of Uttar Pradesh on Thursday, Mulayam Singh Yadav said his Samajwadi Party would try to change the law on punishments for rapists after India´s ongoing elections as he spoke out in defence of three men who have been sentenced to death for repeat

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