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"Psychological factor behind shooting"
LATUR (MAHARASHTRA): It was not property dispute but an inferiority complex that may have led Bharatiya Janata Party leader Pramod Mahajan's younger brother Pravin to shoot and injure him, their maternal uncle Vibhakar Mirajkar said on Saturday. ...

Leaders throng Hinduja Hospital
It's now people's prayers and doctors' treatment which should show results: BJP

Vajpayee to visit Mahajan
NEW DELHI: Former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee is flying to Mumbai on Sunday to visit BJP leader Pramod Mahajan. Mr. Vajpayee would be accompanied by the BJP deputy leader in the Lok Sabha, V.K. Malhotra, party sources said. - PTI ...

``Unfortunate": Deshmukh
Governor, leaders express shock at the incident

Exit poll indicates clear majority for LDF
India Vision-A. C. Nielson Exit Poll conducted during first phase of polling in Kerala

Offer a manoeuvre, says CPI(M)
It is aimed at retaining effective powers

ASSEMBLY ELECTIONS 2006
Tough task ahead for the UDF
The UDF may be re-energised but this is unlikely to offset the LDF's considerable advantage, sayYogendra Yadav and Sanjay Kumar

Questions and Answers
The Hindu-CNN-IBN Poll for Kerala has raised many questions about the methodology used.Yogendra Yadav has the answers

POLL THEME - THE RICE FACTOR
The politics of rice
Subsidies and sops have taken centre stage in the Tamil Nadu elections, saysV. Jayanth

Q & A - P.S. SREEDHARAN PILLAI
`The two fronts have ruined Kerala'
The Kerala unit of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is in an upbeat mood and is confident of opening its account this time. Manjeswaram in Kasaragod district and Palakkad are the constituencies it is banking on. In an interview to Roy Mathew, BJP ...

The hills are alive with the sounds of secessionism
The Darjeeling, Jalpaiguri and Cooch Behar districts have seen the rise of groups seeking separate States

POLL POURRI
The name game
No doubt the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam is for a casteless society. But the party's founder-general secretary, the late C.N. Annadurai, used his community name, Mudaliar, when the DMK entered the election arena in 1957. Annadurai, who successfully ...

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