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PM’s wife injured in Rajasthan accident, her relative dies

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s wife, Jashodaben, was injured and her relative was killed when their car rammed into a truck in Rajasthan’s Chittorgarh district Wednesday morning. The truck driver has been booked under various sections and is being questioned, police said.

PM Modi's wife Jashodaben visits Mahakaleshwar temple in Ujjain

She spent a little over ten minutes at the temple, which is one of the twelve 'jyotirlingas' (divine object) and left after taking darshan.

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Jashodaben moves state info panel with fresh RTI

Jashodaben has also objected to her being referred to by her maiden name, instead of her married one.

Jashodaben denied info under RTI again

Jashodaben had filed an application under RTI Act seeking details of security provided to her after Modi became Prime Minister.

Denied info, PM Modi’s wife Jashodaben files fresh RTI plea before cops

One of the grounds cited for her concern is former prime minister Indira Gandhi’s assassination by her personal security guards.

Modi's wife Jashodaben attends condolence meeting for Gopinath Munde

Her younger brother denies that any invitation may have been extended to his sister, and that the decision to attend the function was purely "instinctive".

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PM Narendra Modi's wife Jashodaben given police protection

Since yesterday, five policemen of Mehsana police headquarters were deployed outside Jashodaben's house.

Will attend swearing-in if called: Jashodaben

She has never been to any of Modi’s swearing-in ceremonies as chief minister or to any of his public meetings, because she says “he has a lot of detractors”.

In the spotlight, Modis of Mehsana await their ‘moment of pride’

No bitterness as Narendra Modi’s family and in-laws tackle media frenzy

Congress rivals mock Narendra Modi's martial status in Gujarat's LS poll campaign

"How can you hand over the reins of the country to a person who cannot be truthful about the details of his own wife," questions a Congress leader.

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