10:10 pm: Include BJP's publicity expenses in Modi's account: Congress to EC
10:00 pm: TCS ties up with Twitter India for election app
9:40 pm: JD(U) backs Congress President Sonia Gandhi's comment on TV, says BJP's vision full of hatred
9:30 pm: Congress President Sonia Gandhi says, 'BJP ideology will ruin India'
9:00 pm: AAP Nalanda candidate Pranab Prakash thrashed allegedly with lathis during campaign
8:45 pm: AIADMK likely to get 22 of Tamil Nadu's 40 seats, DMK & allies get 14: NDTV Opinion Poll
8:30 pm: BJP says Sanjay Jha weakest spokesperson of the Congress
7:45 pm: Turkey accuses Twitter of 'tax evasion', calls for local office
7:00 pm: BJP's Smriti Irani to file her nomination papers on April 16 from Amethi
6:45 pm: Congress dismisses BJP threat of setting up accountability commission
6:30 pm: 71 killed, 124 injured in explosion at bus station in Abuja
6:00 pm: JDU workers beat up AAP supporters in Nalanda
5.44 pm: If Narendra Modi can dream of becoming the PM, so can Mayawati, says Congress.
5.30 pm: Iran to sue US over UN envoy's visa refusal.
4.40 pm: Narendra Modi addresses rally in Shikar, Rajasthan.
4.00 pm: Rahul Gandhi attacks Gujarat model at a rally in Latur, Maharashtra.
2.30 pm: Ex-coal secretary PC Parakh addresses press conference, says Prime Minister Manmohan Singh was unable to stand to his ministers.
2.20 pm: Congress chief Sonia Gandhi addresses rally in Moradabad, UP.
1.00 pm: BJP's prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi addresses rally in Lakhimpur, Uttar Pradesh.
12.39 pm: Congress today hit out at BJP after he tweeted-<blockquote class="twitter-tweet blockquote" lang="en"><p>The weakest PM India ever had was AB Vajpayee who gave Kandahar terrorists an escort-service,and allowed Parliament to be attacked.</p>— Sanjay Jha (@JhaSanjay) <a href="https://twitter.com/JhaSanjay/statuses/455588568623104000">April 14, 2014</a></blockquote> <script async src="//platform.twitter.com/widgets.js" charset="utf-8"></script>
12.21 pm: BJP's prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi today hit out at Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi and said that Rahul is insulting Ambedkar by taking credit for laws.
11.24 am: BJP senior leader Arun Jaitley hit back at Congress and said that the Congress party was getting desperate.
10.31 am: NCP chief Sharad Pawar hits out at Narendra Modi, call him an 'anxious groom.'
10.15 am: Mini Sub to be deployed soon in the search of MH 370.
9.56 am: Priyanka Gandhi denies reports of wanting to contest against Modi from Varanasi.
9.28 am: 2 militants holed up in a residence on the outskirts of Srinagar as security forces cordon off Ahmadnagar locality, say police.
9.02 am: Michael Schumacher showing signs of progress, says his manager Sabine Kehm. Schumacher has been in coma since December last year.
9.00 am: Will organise street rallies and conduct door-to-door campaign in Varanasi, will also campaign in Amethi: Arvind Kejriwal. He says he will stay in Varanasi after May 12.
8.39 am: Moscow agitates to free the press.
8.38 am: Earthquake rocks Solomon island.
8.37 am: The PM will be picked after the polls, says Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee.
8.36 am: SP leader Azam Khan takes on Election Commission, questions its integrity. He threatens to move the court against the poll panel.
8.35 am: Congress and BJp betrayed Dalits, says Mayawati
8.32 am: Union minister Sushilkumar Shinde defends UPA, says Sonia Gandhi never dictated terms to Manmohan Singh, accuses Sanjaya Baru as a disgruntled.
8.30 am: Shiv Sena backs Narendra Modi in its mouthpiece Saamna, accuses the Congress of making the BJP prime ministerial candidate a campaign issue.
7.33 am: After Sanjaya Baru, former coal secretary PC Parakh set to release his book today. More trouble for UPA?
7.30 am: Tamil superstar Rajnikanth backs Narendra Modi as a strong leader and able administrator. The two met in Chennai on Sunday.
7.29 am: Sachin Tendulkar, Sourav Ganguly, Ranvir Kapoor and Salman Khan win ISL bids.
7.27 am: 16 killed in big forest fire in Chile.
7.25 am: Not Modi wave but BJP wave blowing across the country, says senior BJP leader MM Joshi.