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"Hydrological Information System needed"
Soz says accurate data is crucial

GoM visit: we were not taken into confidence, says Chauhan
Seeks people's cooperation

Katiyar's entry may spice up contest
Sonia's winning margin will be "historic"

ASSEMBLY ELECTIONS - 2006
The shifting minority vote
POLL THEME - THE MUSLIM FACTOR

ON THE ROAD WITH - M. KARUNANIDHI
Going down memory lane
R.K. Radhakrishnan

Their faith in politicians is eroded
People in three West Bengal districts urgently want governmental action to prevent land erosion by the Ganga

Poll wars enter cyberspace
The Internet revolution opened up infinite possibilities for political parties. They found it a convenient platform to air information about their policies and programmes and their stand on contemporary issues. But the Kerala Students' Union ...

Where national parties hold sway
In Tamil Nadu's deep south, the influence of Dravidian parties is far from complete

Manmohan's silence on Muslim quota ominous: BJP
Biggest achievement of BJP was smashing single party dominance in polity, says L.K. Advani

Q & A - A.K. ANTONY
"We have turned around Kerala's economy"
The former Kerala Chief Minister, A.K. Antony, has kept a low profile during the campaign for the Assembly elections. His indifferent health has prevented him from undertaking long election tours. Besides, he firmly believes that his innings ...

Caste politics and the Vanniyar belt
The new found friendship between the PMK and the DPI is a reflection of the changed realities in Tamil Nadu

The PMK factor
The so-called Vanniyar belt, where the PMK has some influence spreads across 14 Lok Sabha constituencies, from Sriperumbudur to Tiruchengodu. In terms of Assembly segments, this translates into about 85 constituencies, from Gummidipoondi to ...

POLL POURRI
Bullish campaign
Despite the Election Commission's strictures, electioneering is too loud for even animals to bear. How else does one explain the behaviour of two buffaloes at Venjarammoodu in Thiruvananthapuram district the other day? According to reports, ...

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