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Tuesday, April 25, 2006
Complaint against Sonia infructuous, says EC
Says it is returning it to President as the question "would only be of academic value"
India concerned over Sri Lanka situation
NEW DELHI: India on Monday expressed deep concern at the mounting violence in eastern Sri Lanka, which had put the ceasefire in the island nation under "serious strain". "The Government of Sri Lanka has conveyed to us its policy of restraint ...
Maharashtra yet to resettle dam displaced: Medha Patkar
NBA will expose false claims of the Madhya Pradesh Government, she says
Apex court may urge shifting of Lalu's cases
Counsel asked to inform by May 5 their views
ASSEMBLY ELECTIONS 2006
What's in a name?
Quite a lot in Tamil Nadu's politics
Politics of pesticide
The plight of the victims of endosulfan and the failure of the Government to act are hot issues in Kasaragod, says Roy Mathew
From rioting to forgery, they have done it all
One out of five candidates in West Bengal has pending criminal cases
A rebuke, a dig and a pitch for his allies
The beeline of shoppers to T. Nagar, one of the city's commercial hubs, is yet to pick up. In front of the bus terminus in T. Nagar, volunteers of the Pattali Makkal Katchi, holding the party flag, have gathered. Some others hold placards ...
AIADMK won't find it easy
The ruling party's traditional edge in the south is likely to be offset by the strength of the DMK's allies
`Jayalalithaa betrayed us'
The former Karnataka Chief Minister, Veerappa Moily, who is in-charge of the election affairs of the Congress in Tamil Nadu, is supremely confident. He is neither worried about the factional fights in the party nor allegations regarding the ...
Children spearhead LDF campaign
How often do you find a Chief Minister expressing solidarity with the Opposition leader and willingly supporting a resolution proposed by him? But then in the "children's assembly," there is no ruling/opposition dichotomy. The assemblies, ...
He is 42, and an orthodox Vadama Brahmin from Kumbakonam. Rama. Ramanathan came to centre stage in 1991, when he won the Assembly election from the `Mahamaham' town. He was only 27 and wasn't thinking in terms of marriage then. He lost in ...
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