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Sunday, April 30, 2006
Exit poll says LDF will gain 58 seats, UDF lose 56
KOCHI: The India Vision-AC Nielsen Exit Poll conducted among the Kerala voters on Saturday predicted that the UDF share would go down to 37 seats. In 2001, UDF had won 93 out of 125 seats. This will go down to 37 seats, resulting in a loss of ...
I'm a soldier of the Congress, says Rahul
"I see a distinction between work and post; as far as a post is concerned, I will only take it up when I have done adequate work"
Indian spies, soldiers cross swords on Kargil
V.P Malik's book provokes renewed debate on pre-war intelligence
Signature campaign by the quake-hit
They want long-term rehabilitation
Somebody out there tell me!
Yahoo! India launches `human' search service
ASSEMBLY ELECTION 2006
Nothing is ruled out in Tamil Nadu
The only thing that can be said with a measure of certainty is that barring a late swing no one party is likely to get a majority on its own, say Yogendra Yadav and Sanjay Kumar
`Black July' and Government staff
Despite the sops, the crackdown of 2002 is not forgotten
Power to the people
Film director Mrinal Sen was the pioneer in this respect, extending a purse of Rs. 33 lakh from his MPLADS funds in 1995-96 to electrify a remote village in Bankura, West Bengal. Since then, Chittabrata Mazumdar, Basudeb Acharya and Dipankar ...
The man of the season
V.S. Achuthanandan has caught the imagination of the public in a way few leaders have, says C. Gouridasan Nair
Q & A - OOMMEN CHANDY
`The LDF wants to distribute poverty'
Kerala Chief Minister Oommen Chandy followed a different tack during the campaign by highlighting development issues. As Chief Minister, he displayed political will and resilience in tackling a horde of issues, and getting the Smart City project ...
Where candidates matter more than parties
In Pondicherry, the candidates personal appeal is more important than party affiliation, says Suresh Nambath
DMK president M. Karunanidhi is among the few politicians to have won every election he contested. Except for 1952 and 1984, Mr. Karunanidhi contested in all the Assembly elections. (In 1952, the DMK stayed away from the polls and in 1984, he did ...
BJP leader joins Uma Bharti camp
I will continue to maintain links with RSS: Raghunandan Sharma "Growing frustration among workers as the party has been hijacked by a coterie of power brokers"
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