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Exit poll predictions trigger stock market crash
NEW DELHI, APRIL 27.There was a virtual bloodbath at the stock markets today with the Bombay Stock Exchange Sensitive Index (Sensex) crashing by 213 points at close of trading, the biggest fall since March 13, 2001 when the last stock scam broke ...

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Caste, class composition and the Capital
The BJP's structural advantage and the Congress' recent gains in the Capital add up to one thing: a very close contest, says Yogendra Yadav.

NDTV poll predicts Naidu's exit
CHENNAI, APRIL 27. The Congress appears set to sweep the elections to the Andhra Pradesh Assembly, while the BJD-BJP combine is projected to retain power in Orissa with a comfortable majority, according to an exit poll conducted by NDTV-AC ...

Doors open for post-poll ties with SP, BSP: Congress
NEW DELHI, APRIL 27. With its estimates matching the exit poll results, the Congress has begun working on the post-result scenario and was today confident that its secular alliance along with the Left parties would have a "clear majority'' in the ...

BJP scales down expectations
NEW DELHI, APRIL 27.The Bharatiya Janata Party today scaled down its electoral expectations and decided to focus on the disputes and differences among partners in the Congress-led alliance in the 11 days of campaigning left before polling comes ...

64 killed in Iraq
BAGHDAD, APRIL 27. U.S. troops fought gunbattles with militiamen overnight near the southern holy Shia city of Najaf, killing 64 gunmen and destroying an anti-aircraft system belonging to the insurgents, the U.S. military said today. U.S. ...



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