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Modi vs Advani: BJP plunges into crisis
Advani quits key party posts
Slams leaders for pursuing personal agendas
Parliamentary Board rejects resignation, works on peace formula
New Delhi, June 10
 Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi with senior BJP leader LK Advani at rally in Bharuch.A day after Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modiís coronation as the BJPís campaign committee chief for the 2014 General Elections seemingly paved the way for his becoming the partyís prime ministerial candidate, the partyís 2009 PM candidate LK Advani resigned from all organisational posts, sending party chief Rajnath Singh into a tizzy and other leaders searching for words.


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Modi urges Advani to withdraw resignation
Advani: BJP no longer the 'same idealistic party'

Resignation result of isolation or grand strategy?
New Delhi, June 10
The swiftness with which Lal Krishna Advani plunged the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) into a crisis by resigning from three main party fora is a sure sign that the octogenarian leader is angry with the leadership for increasingly pushing him to the margins of decision-making.

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Discomfort in NDA, Cong muted on Advaniís exit
New Delhi, June 10
Senior BJP leader LK Advaniís decision to resign from party panels evoked a sympathetic reaction from the allies, with Janata Dal-United (JD-U) and the Shiv Sena saying the development would cast a shadow on the National Democratic Alliance (NDA), while the Congress interpreted the move as a repercussion of Narendra Modiís elevation as chief of the election campaign committee.

Rupee sinks to all-time low of 58.16 per dollar
New Delhi, June 10
The rupee got pounded today losing as much as a breathtaking 110 paisa in a single day to sink to a all-time low of 58.16 to the dollar exacerbating the weakness in the economy already reeling under a decade low GDP growth and high current account deficit (CAD).
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BCCI suspends Kundra; lists clean-up measures
New Delhi, June 10
Rajasthan Royalsí co-owner Raj Kundra was provisionally suspended pending further inquiry into his alleged involvement in betting during IPL matches at a BCCI working committee meeting here today. The board also spelled out a string of measures to restore the credibility of the IPL.

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Suraj Pancholi, son of actor couple Aditya Pancholi and Zarina Wahab, was today arrested for allegedly driving his girlfriend and actress Jiah Khan to suicide. Jiah had left behind a suicide note stating that she was "heartbroken" in her relationship with Suraj and fed up with his "womanising".

 

Seasonís first rains disrupt  traffic in Mumbai
Mumbai , June 10
Heavy and incessant rains overnight and early this morning have thrown normal life out of gear in the metropolis, as rail and road traffic was disrupted inconveniencing lakhs of office-goers.
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