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The substantially fragmented vote in Assam


Narmada: team meets Manmohan
They inspected rehabilitation sites

Pool experience to fight terrorism: PM
Afghanistan must work with India and other neighbours to tackle the menace: Karzai

Why is Sonia Gandhi silent on Volcker issue, asks Advani
With whose consent did Natwar write to Iraq?

No poll code violation by Prime Minister, says Election Commission
Observers doing their job with the utmost objectivity in West Bengal

ASSEMBLY ELECTIONS 2006
Paddy, politics and the Kerala farmers
The agricultural crisis in Kerala is bound to have an impact on the Assembly elections, says G. Prabhakaran and A. Harikumar

At sundown, campaigning goes `underground'
The insurgents are a force to reckon with in the historically neglected, tribal dominated southwestern districts of West Bengal

IN THE FRAY - A.D. SENDHURESWARAN
Captain's man in Tiruchi
Electoral politics may be a completely different ball game, but A.D. Sendhureswaran isn't fazed by it. The 36-year-old basketball international is quietly confident about taking on his powerful political opponents in the Tiruchi II Assembly seat ...

ON THE ROAD - JAYALALITHA
A subtle change in style and strategy
Carefully avoiding personal attacks on her rivals, Jayalalithaa has chosen to dwell on the `positives'

POLL THEME - INDUSTRIALISATION
In West Bengal, the Left plays the industry card
The Left Front's poll plank highlights industrial gains as economic issues take centre stage, says Indrani Dutta

POLL POURRI
The binding factor


What do Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Assam have in common? For one, they have had Assembly elections at the same time since 1991. This is the fourth time the three States will go to the Assembly polls together. For another, Governments in these States ...

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