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BJP fields Jaya Prada from Rampur, Varun Gandhi from Pilibhit

Jaya Prada previously contested from Rampur on SP ticket — in 2004 and 2009. On both occasions, she won with huge margins. She was, however, expelled from SP for “anti-party activities”.

Deoria shelter home abuse: Minister Rita Bahuguna Joshi blames previous govts over CWC appointments

While on Monday the Samajwadi Party took out a candle march in Lucknow, a protest has been organised by leader of Opposition Ram Govind Chaudhary on Tuesday in Deoria.

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Rita Bahuguna Joshi lodges FIR over objectionable posts

Joshi, the Lucknow MLA, claimed that the hate campaign on Facebook, WhatsApp and other social networking platforms began soon after she took part in a debate on a news channel on construction of Ram temple in Ayodhya on December 23.

Joshi house arson case haunts DGP

A day before Jain was to retire, CB-CID sought govt nod to lodge FIR against him

Rajnath margin of win shows support across communities

Rajnath contested from Lucknow after replacing sitting MP Lalji Tandon who had contested from here in 2009.

The wait: Rita has sleep to catch up on

During her campaign against Rajnath Singh, she had spared time to campaign for her nephew Saket Bahuguna who was Congress candidate in Tehri, Uttarakhand.

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Over 59 per cent polling in UP's 14 seats

Sonia, who is contesting from her traditional Rae Bareli, has no major contestant against her with SP deciding not to field its candidate against her.

BJP managed astrologers to propagate 'wave' theory: Mayawati

She said that EC has only imposed a ban on Ramdev and that is insufficient and stricter action is needed against him.

Nearly 25 per cent voting recorded in UP till 11 am

The prestigious Lucknow seat, which is in the limelight with the entry of the BJP's national president, is set to witness a tricky contest.

Lucknow’s Muslims feel Rita is their best bet against Rajnath

Muslims do not indicate any aversion to Rajnath but acknowledge their concern about Narendra Modi.

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