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Today in pics: November 4,2013

Omar Abdullah

Noting the "effect" of BJP's prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi in the upcoming elections is inevitable,Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah today said the term "Modi wave" is a bit of an exaggeration.
Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah addressing a press conference during annual Darbar Move in Jammu on Monday. (PTI)

Omar Abdullah

"It would be wrong on our part to deny any influence of Modi in the elections--I cannot say there is Modi wave –there is effect of Modi," Omar said.
Jammu and Kashmir Chief minister Omar Abdullah salutes the guard of honor to mark the reopening of Civil Secretariat as part of annual Darbar Move in Jammu on Monday. (PTI)

Omar Abdullah

Asked about his view on Congress backing Election Commission's suggestion to restrict publication and dissemination of opinion polls during elections,Omar said "I have no opinion on what my allies feel--it is for them to form their own opinions."
Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah addressing a press conference during annual Darbar Move in Jammu on Monday. (PTI)

Omar Abdullah

Referring to the Communal Violence Bill,Omar Abdullah said "NC has not thought over it... Once we decide our opinion on it,then it will go to Coordination Committee of coalition partners and if both parties think that this type of bill particularly for the State is important,then that can be brought."
Jammu and Kashmir Chief minister Omar Abdullah salutes the guard of honor to mark the reopening of Civil Secretariat as part of annual Darbar Move in Jammu on Monday. (PTI)

Narendra Modi

Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi greets Governor Kamla Beniwal on the occasion of New Year at Rajbhavan in Gandhinagar on Monday. (PTI)

Narendra

Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi prays at the Bhadrakaali temple during Diwali in Ahmedabad on Monday. (PTI)

Diwali

People handle fireworks to celebrate Diwali in Jammu.
People across the country celebrated Diwali where people decorated their homes with lights. (AP)

fireworks

People handle fireworks to celebrate Diwali in Jammu. (AP)

crackers

People are seen bursting crackers in Jammu. (AP)

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