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November 2012 If the Vadra exposes had lowered morale in the Congress camp, Kejriwal’s follow up sting operation on the then Union Law Minister Salman Khrushid battered it. As it became increasingly clear that Salman Khurshid’s Zakir Hussain Memorial Trust may or may not have embezzled funds amounting to no more than Rs. 70 lakh [...]

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From Kashmir to Kanyakumari, one sentence has united completely disparate politicians belonging to parties other than the BJP – “There is no Modi wave. It is a creation of the media.” Yesterday Union Minister Mr. Kapil Sibal went a step further and claimed that there is no one called Modi and that he is a [...]

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Giriraj Singh may be facing arrest in India for his inflammatory statements that Narendra Modi’s critics should relocate to Pakistan, but the Pakistan government is all set to fete him with its highest civilian honour, the Nishan-e-Pakistan, for his yeoman services in giving a boost to Pakistan’s ailing tourism sector. “Giriraj Singh is up there [...]

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Voting evangelist, Aditya Kapoor, who spent his entire day passionately exhorting people to get out of the comfort of their homes and cast their ballot, ended up missing voting himself. The Mumbai resident who prides himself on being a responsible Indian, spent his entire day on Twitter urging his fellow Mumbaikars to exercise their franchise, [...]

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In a quiet Mumbai neighbourhood, at 7 in the morning, things are rather subdued in the polling booth. Voters hadn’t yet come, and weren’t likely to come in large numbers until later. The booth officers languish on their chairs, in various stages of lethargy. Some slouch in their seats. Some have their feet up on [...]

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As more and more parts of India go to polls, one factor that has been noted is the increasing number of new political parties that are coming into the fray, with interesting symbols. The UnReal Times correspondent Atul Baskarbe interviewed various Indian celebrities and asked them what their party symbols would be, should they decide [...]

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The month of May is approaching and the mercury is rising across the country. But with the D-day for Lok Sabha election coming closer, political temperatures are rising rapidly as well. And the people who have been affected the most by this are the participants of Newshour debates on Times Now. The UnReal Times, in [...]

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Arvind Kejriwal today came to the defense of Shazia Ilmi, saying she had said nothing that could be construed as communal. “Shaziaji allegedly says, ‘Muslims are too secular. They should be more communal,’ in the video. The words ‘communal’ and ‘secular’ are used interchangeably in India, sir. Now why should we take action against Ilmiji for [...]

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An Indian may forget to have his dinner, but will never ever, ever, ever forget to watch The Newshour every weekday and of late, Sundays too. If not, how dare he? The nation would demand an answer! To help newbie spokespersons survive the snake pit that is the Newshour debate, The UnReal Times presents an [...]

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Despite all the talk about the Congress facing a rout, especially among urban, middle class and affluent sections of society, the grand old party still commands considerable support as this completely random through highly unscientific, miro-sample size exit poll survey conducted by The UnReal Times indicates: Shibulal, CEO, Infosys, South Bangalore: Voting for the Congress [...]

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