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Monday, May 10, 2004
Fate of 160 candidates to be decided in Haryana
CHANDIGARH, MAY 9.All necessary arrangements have been made for the smooth conduct of Lok Sabha elections in Haryana tomorrow and the polling would be held between 7.00 A.M and 5.00 P.M. Manned by over 55,000 polling officials, each polling ...
Congress will do anything to keep BJP out: Sharma
SHIMLA, MAY 9.The Rajya Sabha member from State and AICC Spokesman, Anand Sharma, has predicted that a new progressive and secular front under the leadership of Congress will be formed. Talking to newsmen here today, he said the BJP- led NDA ...
It is advantage Congress in Hamirpur
HAMIRPUR (HP), MAY 9.The Hamirpur Parliamentary constituency in Himachal is probably one of the most literate constituencies in the country. The literacy rate is more than 80 per cent. But the key to decide the fate of politicians here lies in ...
Jammu & Kashmir
Shadow of violence looms large over Doda
Doda, Jammu, May 9. Doda town is tense as three powerful blasts have occurred in less than 24 hours, keeping the officials on tenterhooks a day ahead of polling. Amid tight security arrangements and fear of violence, an electorate of over 13.48 ...
Stage set for final phase of polling in M.P.
BHOPAL, MAY 9.The stage is all set for the fourth and final phase of polling for the remaining 17 of the total 29 Parliamentary seats in Madhya Pradesh with firm indications that the ruling BJP might end up sweeping the polls in the State as it ...
`Evolve plan to ban child labour'
PONDICHERRY, MAY 9. A delegation of functionaries of organisations championing child rights called upon the administration here seeking a plan to ban employment of children in industries, including cracker production units. The delegation also ...
`BJP has fielded more candidates with criminal cases'
JAIPUR, MAY 9.An analysis of the antecedents of the candidates in the fray in the current Lok Sabha elections indicate that between the Bharatiya Janata Party and the Congress, the former has more number of nominees with criminal records in eight ...
Surprises in store: Mamata
KOLKATA, MAY 9.The Nationalist Trinamool Congress chief, Mamata Banerjee, yesterday claimed that the results of the coming Lok Sabha elections in West Bengal would throw up several surprises. Though she declined to make any projections, she was ...
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