10.00 pm: Former Inspector General of Jammu Kashmir - Farooq Khan - joins BJP.
9.30 pm: Ashok Chavan fielded to save Congress in Maharashtra, said Arun Jaitley
8.30 pm: JD(U) leader Nitish Kumar criticised the BJP on its sidelining its old guards. He also slammed Modi.
8.00 pm: Narendra Modi addressed Bharat Vijay rally in New Delhi.
7.20 pm: DMK to back Congress in the Lok Sabha election.
7.14 pm: After two days in Varanasi, what I understood is that Narendra Modi is losing here, Arvind Kejriwal said.
7.11 pm: Mukhtar Ansari, criminal-turned-politician, says he will contest from Varanasi as an Independent candidate.
6.40 pm: NCP chief Sharad Pawar apologises to EC for his 'double voting' remark.
6.30 pm: Diesel to get costlier.
5.50 pm: AAP leader Ashutosh hits out at Narendra Modi. He said Modi is afraid of Kejriwal because he knows he would lose against him in Varanasi.
5.46 pm: Baba Ramdev says that he wants Sonia Gandhi and Uma Bharti to contest in Rae Bareli.
4.34 pm: Arvind Kejriwal responded to Narendra Modi's AK-49 jibe and tweeted-
<blockquote class="twitter-tweet blockquote" lang="en"><p>Did Modi ji call me an agent of Pakistan and AK 49? Kya PM ke daawedar ko ye bhasha use karna shobha deta hai? .....</p>— Arvind Kejriwal (@ArvindKejriwal) <a href="https://twitter.com/ArvindKejriwal/statuses/448772822148472833">March 26, 2014</a></blockquote> <script async src="//platform.twitter.com/widgets.js" charset="utf-8"></script>
4.00pm: Narendra Modi addresses rally in UP says Congress has broken the trust of people.
3.35 pm: Rajnath Singh addresses press conference from Lucknow, says BJP confident of winning the Lok Sabha elections.
3.07 pm: BJP hits out at Congress over poll manifesto, says the manifesto is a document of 'deceit.'
2.50 pm: AAPhits out at Narendra Modi, says he is scared of AAP's growing popularity.
2:30 pm: Supreme Court grants conditional bail to Sahara chief Subrata Roy
2:20 pm: Rahul Gandhi evades question on Congress candidate from Vadodara pulling out, admits Narendra Rawat was unsure of fighting Modi
1.45 pm: BJP set for a point-by-point rebuttal to Congress's manifesto.
1.40 pm: Congress president Sonia Gandhi formally releases the manifesto for the 2014 Lok Sabha election.
1.06 pm: Congress releases manifesto for this year's Lok Sabha poll.
1.05 pm: BCCI president N Srinivasan meets the cricket body's counsel, PS Raman, at his residence in Chennai. Raman later said it was a courtesy meeting.
1.00 pm: Former J&K IG Farooq Khan joins BJP in Narendra Modi's rally in Hiranagar in Kathua district.
12:20 pm: Modi kickstarts his series of Bharat Vijay rally. He takes a dig at J&K Chief Minister Omar Abdullah over the latter's mocking his previous rally in Jammu held last year.
12:05 pm: Narendra Modi rally in Uddhampur, Jammu and Kashmir, to begin shortly
12:00 pm: Ashok Chavan files his nomination.
11.30 am: BJP demands resignation of Akhilesh government in UP after SC slams it over the Muzaffarnagar riots.
11:00 am: The Supreme Court slams Akhilesh yadav government, says it failed to prevent the Muzaffarnagar riots. It denied any CBI or SIT probe into the riots.
10:26 am: Top Indian Mujahideen operative Tehseen Akhtar alias Monu remanded in police custody till April 2 by Delhi court
10.15 am: Congress to release poll manifesto around 12.45 pm. Priyanka Gandhi reviews last-minute preparations at the party headquarters in New Delhi.
10:00 am: No one can force me out of BCCI, I have done no wrong, says N Srinivasan
9.41 am: Fresh trial in Salman Khan hit-and-run case to begin today.
9.40 am: expelled DMk leader MK Alagiri to move court against his party.
9:30 am: Sonia Gandhi to release Congress's Lok Sabha poll manifesto today.
9:15 am: Sunny Deol likely to contest Lok Sabha polls from Ludhiana on Akali Dal ticket.
8.08 am: Kin of MH 370's passengers slam Malaysian authorities.
8.05 am: Modi to unveil BJP's 11-point vision today.
7.40 am: Mass singing to he held in Bangladesh today to celebrate the country's independence day.
7.25 am: Narendra Modi to kick of Bharat Vijay rally from Jammu and Kashmir today.
7.20 am: BCCI president N Srinivasan likely to step down today.