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Sunday, May 15, 2005
Azad urges Opposition to attend meetings
"Parliament does not belong only to the ruling party"
Railways to ban sale of soft drinks
NDA blamed for "miserable condition" of Railways
`Poverty reduction not achieved to the desired extent'
"The benefits of growth have trickled down differently among different sections and classes of people."
Election Commission modifies conditions for recognition of parties
CPI may benefit at national level; PMK, MDMK at State level
UPA performance good in parts, says Bardhan
"In one year, a few positive achievements but a lot of failures"
CPI(M) Polit Bureau meeting begins
NEW DELHI: The CPI (M) began its Polit Bureau meeting here on Saturday to review the performance of the UPA Government in the past one year and take stock of the prevailing political situation in the country. The two-day meeting is the first ...
Manmohan calls on President
NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh called on President A. P. J. Abdul Kalam at Rashtrapati Bhavan on Saturday to apprise him of matters of national importance. Billed as part of the regular interaction between the two leaders, the ...
Celebrity elephant Appu dies
Six-year-old Kuttinarayanan's playfulness won the appreciation of Indira and Rajiv Gandhi in New Delhi during the Asian Games in 1982
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