May 30, 2017, 10:55 am

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Coimbatore: Alleging that Tamil Nadu is the number one state in electoral corruption, BJP President Amit Shah on Thursday asked party workers to be alert and make efforts to check money flow during elections. "Tamil Nadu is the number one state in the country where money plays a bigger role during elections. To prevent this, BJP should be strengthened at the booth level, so that voters can be alerted and prevented from taking money," he said.

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Sonepat: A 16-year-old Dalit girl, who was allegedly raped last month, committed suicide in Gohana town in the district, police said.

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Rameswaran: Armed Sri Lankan fishermen abducted seven of their counterparts from Tamil Nadu early Thursday off Kodiakarai and demanded a ransom from their relatives to release them, a top official said.

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Nagpur: Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi, who is on a leave of absence from Parliament to focus on party work following its wipeout in the Delhi polls, will be back in action early next week, said former Union Minister Kamal Nath here.

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Muzaffarnagar: Over 20 schoolgirls were attacked and two drivers of school buses injured after they resisted an alleged eve-teasing by a group of bike-borne assailants here, police said on Thursday.

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New Delhi: Delhi High Court on Thursday upheld the 10-year jail term awarded to former Haryana Chief Minister Om Prakash Chautala, his son Ajay Chautala and three others for corruption in a teachers' recruitment scam case.

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Mumbai: Muslims will not get the five per cent reservations in Maharashtra government jobs as announced by the erstwhile Congress-NCP government just before Assembly polls last year, it was officially announced here today.

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Kochi: A division bench of Kerala High Court on Wednesday set aside a single bench judgement directing action against former DGP Siby Mathews and other police officials who were part of a Special Investigation Team, that had probed the ISRO espionage, case for their alleged lapses.

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Kolkata: Criticising Narendra Modi for putting the blame for West Bengal's "backward slide" in last 34 years on CPI-M, Left Front's chairman Biman Bose on Wednesday said the Prime Minister was misinformed and should check the facts before speaking.

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