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With signs of a rift within the BJP quite evident following L.K. Advani's decision not to attend the ongoing national executive meet in Goa, the Samajwadi Party (SP) on Saturday criticized Gujarat Chief Narendra Modi, saying he is on the same route as former German dictator Adolf Hitler. Farooqi said that he thinks that a rift has been there within the BJP since 2002 itself. Farooqi also said that Modi would very soon sideline BJP President Rajnath Singh as well.
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Tune in on Tuesday, September 16th to watch The Gaslight Anthem perform LIVE from the House of Blues, in San Diego, California. Catch a new LIVE concert from Live Nation, on <a href="https://screen.yahoo.com/live"> Yahoo Live </a>daily, 365 days a year.
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Barbra Streisand made her first late night appearance since the 1960's when she took over Monday's "Tonight Show." Streisand was the only guest booked for the entire episode, and she celebrated the release of her new album of duets, by singing "duets" with Jimmy Fallon dressed as Elvis, Blake Shelton, and Michael Bublé. Jimmy welcomed Babs back to 30 Rock by insisting she sit behind his desk for her interview. Did you enjoy Streisand's appearance on "The Tonight Show?" Tweet our host, Michael Callahan, @MCa