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High voter turnout witnessed in 121 constituencies

New Delhi, April 17: High turnout was witnessed in 121 constituencies which went to polls across 12 states in the fifth phase of Lok Sabha elections on Thursday in which the political fate of leaders like Nandan Nilekani, Maneka Gandhi, M Veerappa Moily and Jaswant Singh is at stake.

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Only Modi has moral authority to be PM: Rajnath Singh

Mumbai, April 17: Seeking to scotch speculation about any change of plan after the elections, BJP president Rajnath Singh today said "only Narendra Modi will be the PM" and expressed confidence that the NDA will reach the 300-seat mark.

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National & International News

Mother, 12, gives birth to 7lb baby girl after falling pregnant at primary school to a boy aged 13

London, April 17: A 12-year-old girl has given birth to her 13-year-old boyfriend's baby making them Britain's youngest parents, it was revealed today.

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CAG can audit accounts of pvt telecom companies, SC says

NEW DELHI, APRIL 17: The Supreme Court on Thursday upheld the Department of Telecom's appeal that the Comptroller & Auditor General of India can audit the accounts of private telecom service providing companies.

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Govt middle schools yet to receive textbooks, uniforms for students

Dimapur, April 17: With less than a month remaining for the first terminal examinations, the students and teachers of Government Town Middle School, located in Half Nagarjan area are still waiting for government's action to deliver the textbooks for the students, before their exam commences.

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Irom Sharmila, NSA detainees denied voting rights in Manipur

IMPHAL, APRIL 17: Out of over 1,000 prisoners lodged in various jails in Manipur, just 17 of them were given chance to cast their votes on Thursday, the final phase of polls in the state. There is no official explanation as to why other prisoners were denied the right to vote.

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Woman found murdered in Dimapur

Dimapur, April 17: In a shocking incident, a 19 year old woman was found brutally murdered in a mysterious circumstance at Golaghat road area Thursday morning.

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AR recovers arms & ammunition

Dimapur, April 17: In a search operation the 29 Assam Rifles under the aegis of HQ 6  Sect AR recovered illegal/unauthorized ammunitions from Thungchanbemo Lotha of Wokha district.

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Tata Tea charged with rights violations

NEW DELHI, APRIL 17: The cup that cheers has brought bad news for tea major Tata Tea, as a vital report on the tea industry in Assam exposes a cozy relationship among the union representing the tea workers, the management and the Assam Government, which has left the workers with a raw deal.

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Entertainment  

X-Men director Bryan Singer accused of drugging, raping teenage boy

Producer and director Bryan Singer has been accused of drugging and raping a teenage boy in California and Hawaii in the late 1990s, according to a lawsuit filed in US court on Wednesday.

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National Awards for 5 NE films

The 61st National Film Awards announced on Wednesday saw the spotlight turned on the northeast with the region picking up five awards in both feature and non-feature film categories.

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Rock band AC/DC: 'We are not retiring'

Rock band AC/DC have said they will not retire following news that guitarist and founding member Malcolm Young is taking a break "due to ill health".

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