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Reactions pour in as LG seeks President's permission to invite single largest party for Delhi govt

New Delhi, Sep 05 (ANI): LG's appeal to the President to invite the single largest party to form the government in Delhi invited many reactions from leaders of different parties. Satish Upadhyay, President of the BJP unit in Delhi said that until now their party has not been approached and if and when they are invited, they will analyze it and will do what is beneficial for the people of Delhi. However, Congress leaders Manish Tewari and Arvinder Singh Lovely said that such a step is unnecessary as BJP had declined the offer to form the government earlier and if BJP wishes to form the government, then it means BJP is afraid of contesting the elections. Sep 5, 2014
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PM Modi to give Teachers' Day speech, mixed reactions flow

New Delhi, Sep 05 (ANI): As Prime Minister Narendra Modi is ready to address the students on Teachers' Day, mixed reactions came up from different party leaders. BJP leaders Sambit Patra and Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi applauded the PM for this step saying that this is a pro-active step and that the Prime Minister feels that teachers form the backbone of the country. Naqvi commenting on the opposition parties criticizing this step said that it is a relief that they are only criticizing the step and not saying that this was their original idea and BJP has stolen it from them. Congress leader Manish Tewari condemning Modi's step appealed to the parents that they should challenge the circulars stating about Modi's speech to be telecasted in the school in the court and that such a step is legally incorrect. CPI leader D Raja said that although such a step is improper, for now, people should wait and see about what the PM talks to the children. Sep 5, 2014
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Gaza children left orphaned by bloody war

The 50 day war between Gaza and Israel has created hundreds of new orphans. Now the territory's only orphanage is in a race against time to build new bedrooms for the children who have nowhere else to go. Duration: 02:08 Sep 5, 2014
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CBI Director rules out resignation saying he did nothing wrong, politicos react

New Delhi, Sep 05 (ANI): Politicos gave mixed reactions on Friday as CBI Director Ranjit Sinha ruled out his resignation saying that he did nothing wrong. BJP leader Sambit Patra said that the matter is already in the Supreme Court and soon a judgment will be given. NCP leader Majid Memon said that the Court will decide about the allegations on basis of proofs given and added that coming to conclusions would not be correct. Congress leader Manish Tewari said that CBI has its own norms of working and Court will decide whether the allegations against Sinha are correct or not. Sep 5, 2014
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Digvijaya was mistaken, Congress would not have gained even 44 seats had Rahul spoken: Amit Shah

Mumbai, Sep 05 (ANI): Firing back at Congress Vice-President Rahul Gandhi, after he made the provoking statement on Prime Minister Narendra Modi beating drums in Japan, BJP President Amit Shah credited Gandhi's silence for the 44 seats that the Congress had won in the LS polls. Taking a dig at Gandhi, Shah said that Digvijaya Singh is mistaken, Rahul's silence was not the reason for their loss, had he broken his silence, Congress would have failed to even get these 44 seats. Blaming the Congress for its misrule, Shah, who was in Maharashtra before the upcoming state elections, said that till the Congress will be in power, "Congress Mukt Bharat" won't be possible. Sep 5, 2014
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Rahul Gandhi's remark on PM Modi playing drums draws mixed reactions

New Delhi, Sep 05 (ANI): Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi's remark that India is reeling under power crisis and PM Modi is playing drums abroad has drawn mixed political reactions. BJP leader Sambit Patra said that after 10 years of UPA rule, Rahul Gandhi could not do anything to improve the condition of the country and now that Prime Minister Narendra Modi is trying to normalize things, Gandhi is making such remarks. NCP leader Majid Memon said that Rahul Gandhi is somewhat right because after coming to power Modi has changed his priorities. Congress leader Manish Tewari said that playing drums is an ominous sign. Sep 5, 2014