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SP sees no scope for seat adjustments with Congress
LUCKNOW, MARCH 28.The Samajwadi Party general secretary, Amar Singh, today said there was now hardly any scope for seat adjustments with the Congress and added that while his party was honestly interested in having an understanding with the ...

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Ethnic minorities hold key to the outcome
While a triangular contest may favour the Congress, its position is not that secure. With the BJP poaching on its traditional social base, the party has to maintain its hold on the minorties in order to do well, writes Yogendra Yadav.

Sehweg sizzles with unbeaten 228
MULTAN, MARCH 28. The swashbuckling Virender Sehwag sizzled on the opening day of the first Test in the Samsung series, with his blistering unbeaten 228 fuelling India to an imposing 356 for two at the Multan Cricket Stadium ground on Sunday, ...

Congress to wait
NEW DELHI, MARCH 28. The Congress today reiterated that it wanted all secular forces to unite to take on the Bharatiya Janata Party-led National Democratic Alliance and expressed the hope that the Samajwadi Party would respond to its ...

Move beyond cricket diplomacy, says Vajpayee
BAHRAICH (UTTAR PRADESH), MARCH 28.The Prime Minister, Atal Bihari Vajpayee, today suggested that India and Pakistan move beyond the current cricket diplomacy to give permanence to the thaw in bilateral relations. "Jahan pehle bomb se khela ...

Bengal seeks CBI probe
SHANTINIKETAN, MARCH 28.The West Bengal Government today sought a CBI probe into the burglary of Rabindranath Tagore's Nobel medallion and priceless personal heirloom from the Rabindra Memorial Museum here. "We have requested the Centre for a CBI ...



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