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It throws light on the importance of the power of the mind for cancer survivors to lead a normal life," says Rejith, who works in the corporate sector. Because of the megastar's involvement in the project, the video has received more than 5,000 hits on youtube, especially since the actor shared it on his social networking page. Rejith's next plan is to rope in none other than Amitabh Bachchan, who also has an account on a social networking site, to share the video. Apparently, the actor is part of another film Kanivinte Ormakkayi which deals with organ donation, produced by a renowned hospital group. The actor speaks about the importance of organ donation and about the film in a one minute video, which also has been shared by him on his social networking page. It has to be recalled that his recent outing, Spirit, with director Ranjith, also has a strong social message to the masses. 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Who could imagined the two of them sharing the same stage, as they have at times this year? Politics does makefor unlikely partnerships sometimes. Mike Pence. I give Pence props for drivingthat big red pickup around Indiana over the past few weeks and featuring it so prominently in his campaign ads. Maybe this is because I always wanted a pickup but am married to a woman who won let me have one. No big deal. In the name of domestic harmony, some battles just aren worth fighting. But I still want a pickup. John Gregg. Simply put: the Need I say more? Most guys just aren capable of pulling it off (me, for example). But for those who can (like Gregg), more power to them. Joe Donnelly: I appreciate his genuine regard for andkindness towardpeople on the other side of the aisle. This year Senate campaign aside, Donnelly tends to project an irenic spirit when speaking of Republicans as people, even if he opposes them on some matters of policy during work hours. Ifmore lawmakers had this sort of demeanor, people might view politics as a more ennobling and attractive endeavor. Richard Mourdock: Mourdock is amazingly punctual, a rare trait for a politician. He once showed up 40 minutes early for an interview with me this spring. Thinking that would be an anomaly, I tried to arrive at the station five minutes early for an interview with him this fall. Sure enough, Mourdock was already waiting in the lobby as I walked through the doors. Lateness is his pet peeve, he says. I can guarantee that he means it. So there are some of the little,mostly inconsequential things I appreciate about some of the folks running for office this year. Now I looking forward to getting back to the substance of politics. I hope you join us to watch the results roll in all Tuesday evening. In the meantime, happy voting! Get ready for an exciting and unpredictable election night on Tuesday. We looking forward to joining forces with CBS News to bring you the best coverage all night long on the air and on the web. As we head into the weekend, here where the big races stand: President. At this point, no one can realistically predict with a high degree of confidencewhether Barack Obama or Mitt Romney will emerge victorious. Judging by the national head to head polls, the race seems locked in a dead heat. When it comes to the battleground states that will decide who wins the Electoral College (and thus the presidency), the contests are practically all close. Obama has the lead in more of those states, but Romney is generally within the margin of error. And some conservatives are questioning the reliability of many of those state polls, believing they may be too heavily weighted toward Democrats. A late swing toward one candidate or the other looks unlikely, so we probably head into Tuesday evening with absolutely no idea who will occupy the White House for the next four years. Senate. Senate seat came out Friday and showedDemocratJoe Donnelly with an 11 point lead over Republican Richard Mourdock. As you would expect, Mourdock team responded quickly: questioning the credibility of one of the pollsters, doubting the weighting of the data, and pointing out that another expert involved in the poll appeared to be backpedaling. The Mourdock campaign also said its own internal polling shows Mourdock with a 2 point lead. I don think anyone believes Donnelly will win by 11 points, but few doubt that he now hasa clear edge in this race. In a year when Romney is expected tocarry Indiana overwhelmingly at the top of the ticket and could have long coattails, it would be wrong to count Mourdock out. But his recurrence of foot in mouth disease at the last debate has seriouslyaltered a race that looked like it was moving Mourdock direction. Governor. No poll that anyone knows of has shown Democrat John Gregg leading Republican Mike Pence. Lately, though, polls have shown Gregg gaining some traction. A survey conducted for the Democratic Governors Association shows Gregg within the margin of error, while even Pence own internal polling shows Gregg within single digits. Pence was and is stillthe favorite. He has loads more money and came in with better name recognition. Gregg, though, has much more personality and charisma, which he has leveraged well in his creative ad campaign. Gregg spots have been fun and memorable, and maybe the poll numbers are evidence they resonating. Pence ads have beenvanilla and boring, by comparison. It what political experts consider a strategy for a frontrunner, but IbetPence is at least a little surprisedthat Greggappears to havesome late momentum. Superintendent of Public Instruction. The Howey/DePauw poll released Friday shows incumbent Republican Tony Bennett with a tenuous 4 point lead over Democrat Glenda Ritz. Ritz has been spent the past few weeks pounding home herthemes that the education reform of the past few years has gone too far and that state testing doesn really measure growth. That many teachers who were already in her corner and should make this one ofTuesday competitive races. I hope you join our team including analysts Mark Souder and Karen Goldner for the best election coverage on Tuesday. We be here as late as we need to be! Is the race for Indiana governor closer than most observers have been thinking? That certainly the impression Democrat John Gregg is trying to convey in the home stretch of the 2012 campaign. Gregg campaign released a poll Wednesday showing Greggwithin three points of the favorite, Republican Mike Pence. The poll,conductedfor the Democratic Governors Association, surveyed 825 likely votersfrom October 24 26 and found 47 percent favored Pence while 44 percent favoredGregg (nine percent were undecided). That result puts Gregg within the poll margin of error of +/ 3.36 percent, even weighted with a 7 point edge toward Republicans. A Pence staffer I talked to today found the results hard to swallow given that polls throughout this race have shown Pence with a clear lead, usually around double digits. State Republican Chair Eric Holcomb issued a news release this evening asking why the pollster apparently did not include Libertarian candidate Rupert Boneham in the survey. As for Pence camp, its latest internal poll flies in the face of the one Gregg is touting. Pence pollster Kellyanne Conway surveyed 1213 likely voters from October 25 28 and found Pence with a nine point lead, 46 percent to 37 percent. Themargin of error in that poll is +/ 2.8 percent. We find out whether the momentum he touting is for real Tuesday night. Democratic gubernatorial candidate John Gregghas spent the past week essentially saying you so when it comes to his main opponent, Republican Mike Pence. In the early days of the campaign, Gregg loudly tried to make the case that Pence was dangerously obsessed with social issues. It was a delicate dance (and continues to be) for Gregg since his pro life and anti gay marriage positions basically mirror Pence Gregg is trying to draw distinctions, though, accusing Pence of being an extremistwho has triedto remove womens access to vital health servicesthrough moves like his efforts to defundPlanned Parenthood. Gregg is trying to steer clear of outright attacking Pence on abortion and marriage, yet maintaining that Pencehas such a preoccupation with these types ofissues that it bleeds over into his approach toother, non related policy matters. family is the underpinning of a child success in life, said Pence. change the sad fact that one out of every five children in Indiana lives in poverty, we have to recognize and support the role of the family. Strong families will mean a strong economy. He went on to say that decades of social research suggest children born to unmarried parents often end up in poverty, saying he wants to promote a three part equation graduate from high school, work full time or go to college, and get married before having children. Under this proposal, Pence says Indiana would be the first state in thecountry to make the equation the basis of an anti poverty strategy. Gregg campaignhas wasted no time in pouncing. on earth are we talking about the state promoting marriage when unemployment is over 8 percent? Hoosier families come in all shapes and sizes, and our next governor needs to be a governor for them all, not just those that fit in Congressman Pence social agenda, said Daniel Altman, who is Gregg communications director. "We need a governor who will focus on jobs, not one who wants to lead the nation in social engineering. follows a strong quote from Altman a few days earlier: "Congressman Pence is finally showing his true colors. He tries to claim that the election is about jobs, but not even he can deny that if he iselected he will govern based on his social agenda. If a state agency is trying to make a decision about a new workplace safety regulation, I not sure what that has to do with family values or promoting marriage, but leave it to Congressman Pence to find a way. When John Gregg is governor he will take only two factors into account: what is the cost our businesses will bear, and what is the benefit to the health and safety of our citizens. campaign is trying to discredit Pence as someone whose social conservatism runs so deep, it would lead him to take his eye off the ball on jobs. My question is: Why aren we seeingthis inGregg TV ads? Instead, his commercials have been lighthearted spots. Themain purposehas been to introduceGregg and his hometown to Hoosiers, to make the candidateseem likable and down to earth. But the adshave featured only tepid swipes at Pence, mentioned mostly as asides. Gregg strategy has been to go hard after Pence in his news releases and press conferences, but to soft pedal the attacks in his commercials. With limited dollars, my guess is that Gregg campaign knew it was going to have to go all in in one direction for the campaign spots: discredit Pence, or sell Gregg. It has clearly chosen the latter. The result is that plenty of Hoosiers will know Gregg is a likable guy they can relate to, butmanymay not have any idea how deep his concerns apparentlyrun about Pence abilitytolay a strong foundation for the state economy.

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