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    We will sort it out with the Left: Chidambaram
    NAGERCOIL, SEPT. 24. The United Progressive Alliance Government will find a solution to various issues raised by the Left parties while forming the final policy, said the Union Finance Minister, P. Chidambaram. He told the press here today that ...

    Don't take Left support for granted: AITUC leader
    CHENNAI, SEPT. 24. Asking the Centre not to take the support of the Left parties for granted, the general secretary of the All-India Trade Union Congress and senior leader of the Communist Party of India, Gurudas Das Gupta, today threatened to ...

    'Left may withdraw support'
    TUMKUR, SEPT. 24. M.K. Pandhe, member of the Polit Bureau of the Communist Party of India (Marxist), today hinted that the Left parties were considering the withdrawal of their "crucial support" to the Congress-led United Progressive Alliance ...

    Sonia's decision justifies our stand: Pawar
    NEW DELHI. SEPT. 24. The Nationalist Congress Party leader and Union Food and Agriculture Minister, Sharad Pawar, said in an interview to NDTV that he would not have joined the Cabinet if Sonia Gandhi, had become the Prime Minister. Mr. Pawar ...

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    Remembering Ramanna
    It is difficult to give expression to my feelings after a long and close association with an illustrious scientist such as Raja Ramanna, who expired yesterday in Mumbai. Dr. Ramanna was born in Tumkur in Karnataka on January 28, 1925. He had ...

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