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Friday, May 07, 2004
Our doors are open: Venkaiah
NEW DELHI, MAY 6. The Bharatiya Janata Party is pleased with its own assessment and that of exit polls after the third phase of polling on Wednesday and confident that the National Democratic Alliance is moving towards a "comfortable ...
Congress initiated development: Sonia
SUNAM (SANGRUR), MAY 6.The Congress president, Sonia Gandhi, launched her party's campaign for the May 10 fourth phase of polling in Punjab today cautioning the voters against reposing faith in the candidates of the Bharatiya Janata Party and its ...
'TDP will not snap ties with NDA'
HYDERABAD, MAY 6. The Telugu Desam Party (TDP) president, N. Chandrababu Naidu, today ruled out the possibility of his party severing ties with the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) after the polls. He said the NDA would form the next ...
SC notice to Centre on leak of question papers
NEW DELHI, MAY 6.The Supreme Court today issued notice to the Centre, the Human Resource Development Ministry, the University Grants Commission, the Central Board of Secondary Education, the Union Public Service Commission and the Central Bureau ...
Chapra repoll decision likely today
NEW DELHI, MAY 6. The two-member team that went to the Chapra Lok Sabha constituency in Bihar to probe into allegations of booth capturing is likely to submit its report to the Election Commission tomorrow. Sources said the Commission would ...
Riot killings: Court summons Modi
AHMEDABAD, MAY 6.The Himmatnagar Civil Court has issued summons to the Gujarat Chief Minister, Narendra Modi, the former Minister of State for Home, Gordhan Jhadhafiya, and 12 others in connection with the killing of two British citizens during ...
Fernandes rules out hung Parliament
TUTICORIN, MAY 6. Though most of the exit polls after the third phase of the polling predicted that the National Democratic Alliance at the Centre would fall short of a clear majority, the leader of the Janata Dal (United) and Defence Minister, ...
Left is right in West Bengal once again
There is little comfort for the BJP in West Bengal as the CPI(M)-led front seems ready to ward off the challenge posed by the Opposition once again, writes Yogendra Yadav
POLL THEME/THE SOUTH
Southern discomfort in AIADMK hinterland
The AIADMK's traditional strongholds in southern Tamil Nadu may not withstand the sheer arithmetic of the DMK-led alliance, says Suresh Nambath
The man the CPI(M) loves to hate
Meet Adhir Chowdhury: a dandy, an (alleged) don and a doer. He is one of the Congress' three sitting MPs in West Bengal. More importantly, he is a pet hate of the ruling Communists. "The CPI(M) considers me a thorn. It is desperate to defeat me ...
A battle royal, of sorts
Punjab's most famous former princely state of yesteryear, Patiala, is witnessing one of the most fierce electoral contests among the 13 Lok Sabha seats in the State. It is being fought under the shadow of the continuing power struggle at the ...
It is a feature unique to the Ladakh parliamentary constituency. Prime Minister, Atal Bihari Vajpayee and the Leader of Opposition, Sonia Gandhi, are nowhere in the picture! The only place where one gets to see two posters of Mr. Vajpayee is ...
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