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Thursday, May 20, 2004
I am not going anywhere: Sonia
NEW DELHI, MAY 19. The following is the text of the statement by the Congress president, Sonia Gandhi at the Congress Parliamentary Party today: "When I spoke to the Congress Parliamentary Party yesterday, I expected that there would be some ...
Sangh Parivar's campaign loses steam
NEW DELHI, MAY 19. Though leaders of the Sangh Parivar, including the aggressive anti-Sonia Gandhi campaigners such as K.N. Govindacharya and Sushma Swaraj, have said that they are happy with the Congress President's decision to back out of the ...
Mob attacks U.P. BJP office
LUCKNOW, MAY 19. An angry mob claiming to be Congress workers went on the rampage in the Uttar Pradesh Bharatiya Janata Party office here in front of the State Secretariat, targeting office property and vehicles. A vehicle used by the State ...
Allies back Manmohan
NEW DELHI, MAY 19.All the secular allies in the United Progressive Alliance today interacted with Congress leaders and formally consented to supporting Manmohan Singh as the next Prime Minister. The Congress president, Sonia Gandhi, and Dr. Singh ...
The best choice, says Chidambaram
NEW DELHI, MAY 19. Terming the election of Manmohan Singh as the Congress Parliamentary Party leader as the best choice after the Congress president, Sonia Gandhi, refused to don the mantle of Prime Minister, the former Finance Minister, P. ...
Security threat not a reason: Rahul
NEW DELHI, MAY 19. Security threat was not the reason for the Congress president, Sonia Gandhi, not taking up prime ministership, according to her son, Rahul. "If there was a security threat, we would have closed our mother inside a room and ...
A man respected across party lines
NEW DELHI, MAY 19. It is not always that good guys finish last. Known and respected across party lines for his simplicity, integrity and clarity of mind and purpose, the choice of Manmohan Singh as the next Prime Minister will place at the helm ...
Another day of high drama
NEW DELHI, MAY 19.It was another day of high drama outside 10 Janpath, residence of the Congress president, Sonia Gandhi, today. For the second day running, supporters of Ms. Gandhi were unwilling to accept anyone else as the country's Prime ...
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