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Rahul 'thanks' Sushma for recognising Cong legacy        Bangla govt dismisses reports about plot to kill Hasina        India beat Aus by 5 wkts to clinch ODI series, grab No. 1 spot        Pak's UN envoy tries to pass off Gaza image as Kashmir        Kerala minister Thomas Chandy rejects encroachment charges; opposition press for resignation        Shiv Sena takes to streets against inflation, fuel price hike        Journalist KJ Singh, mother found dead: Punjab Police sets up SIT to probe case, IJU condemns the murder        We created institutions of excellence, Pakistan created terror factories: Sushma at UN General Assembly        Early count puts Bill English ahead in New Zealand election        Another powerful aftershock jolts Mexico with 6.1 magnitude        Pakistan name five upcapped players in 16-man squad for Sri Lanka Tests        Rajasthan's 'Falahari Baba' arrested for rape        LDF entry of BDJS: : Kanam breaks silence        Chandy issue: Achuthanandan takes a dig at Pinarayi        Malappuram genital chopping case: Police confused        Injustice being done, says Manju        Thomas Chandy alleges conspiracy in encroachment row        Medium-intensity earthquake in Kashmir Valley        IRCTC denies reports of some banks cards barred for payment        We don't indulge in vote bank politics: Modi        
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National News
Opposition selects Gopalkrishna Gandhi as Vice Presidential candidate
 
(New Delhi, Jul 11, 2017, PTI): Former West Bengal Governor Gopalkrishna Gandhi is the Opposition's pick for the post of vice president, sources said on Tuesday.

Gandhi's name was the only name discussed when 18 opposition parties met on Tuesday to decide on their candidate for the vice presidential poll, the sources said.

The JD(U), which had broken ranks with the opposition over the presidential poll, also attended the meeting which chose Mahatma Gandhi's grandson to be its nominee for vice president.

While Sharad Yadav represented the JD(U), other leaders at the meeting included Congress Chief Sonia Gandhi, former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, TMC's Derek O' Brien, CPI(M)'s Sitaram Yechury, NC's Omar Abdullah, SP's Naresh Agarwal and BSP's Satish Chandra Mishra.

Polling for the vice president's post will take place on August 5 if required. The votes will be counted the same evening.


Rahul 'thanks' Sushma for recognising Cong legacy
Shiv Sena takes to streets against inflation, fuel price hike
Journalist KJ Singh, mother found dead: Punjab Police sets up SIT to probe case, IJU condemns the murder
Rajasthan's 'Falahari Baba' arrested for rape
Medium-intensity earthquake in Kashmir Valley
IRCTC denies reports of some banks cards barred for payment
We don't indulge in vote bank politics: Modi
CPT blames marine enforcement wing
Sushil Modi compares Narendra Modi era BJP with Vajpayee times
10 naxals surrender in Chhattisgarh
Durga Puja now a platform for CPI(M) to connect with people
Socially boycott those sexually abusing kids: Satyarthi
Sanathan Sanstha says no role in Gauri Lankesh killing
Make public evidences of links of Rohingya with ISIS: Cong to Centre
Kejriwal meets Kamal Haasan, praises actor
2 killed in grenade attack, J-K minister escapes unhurt
Cooperatives should explore new areas to double farm income:PM
Army pays homage to jawan killed in Pak ceasefire violation
Mumbai airport resumes main runway operations
'Godman' booked for sexually exploiting woman
ENTERTAINMENT NEWS
'Newton' is India's official entry to Oscars 2018
 (Mumbai, Sep 22, 2017): Hindi film "Newton", a black comedy on the foibles of democracy, has  
This Malayali made Tamil music video is the new You Tube sensation
Title song of 'Julie 2' out
Rajinikanth first choice if I make 'King Lear': Bhardwaj
INTERNATIONAL NEWS
Bangla govt dismisses reports about plot to kill Hasina
 (Dhaka, Sep 24, 2017):The Bangladesh government today dismissed as "baseless" media reports t
We created institutions of excellence, Pakistan created terror factories: Sushma at UN General Assembly
Early count puts Bill English ahead in New Zealand election
Another powerful aftershock jolts Mexico with 6.1 magnitude
KERALA NEWS
LDF entry of BDJS: : Kanam breaks silence
 (Malappuram, Sep 23, 2017, DG): CPI State Secretary Kanam Rajendran today invited BDJS into t
Chandy issue: Achuthanandan takes a dig at Pinarayi
Malappuram genital chopping case: Police confused
Injustice being done, says Manju
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