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Ruling coalition could win over 300 Lok Sabha seats, findsThe Hindu-CNN-IBN State of the Nation Survey
What explains the rise of the Congress
Perceptions of the Central Government's record and the shifting pattern of support away from regional parties to national ones are some of the reasons, say Sanjay Kumar and Yogendra Yadav
Methodology of the survey
The State of the Nation Survey was conducted in 19 major States (excluding those with less than five Lok Sabha seats) in the first week of August 2006. A sample of 208 Lok Sabha constituencies and 890 polling booths there was drawn by circular ...
Big Israeli offensive despite U.N. call
Hizbollah chief not against ending hostilities
128 killed in Sri Lanka fighting
Tigers attempt to overrun Army forward defence line in Jaffna
I will rediscover my one-day form, asserts Laxman
Says he has been working a lot on fitness and fielding
We need to focus on middle overs: Dravid
The overs between 15 and 35 could emerge the decisive phase of the game
Unprecedented security in Delhi
NEW DELHI: With "credible intelligence inputs" indicating that terrorist outfits might try to disrupt the peace during Independence Day celebrations here, the Delhi police have made unprecedented security arrangements. Special arrangements have ...
Army vigil at Kalpakkam
Intelligence agencies warn of terrorist threat to IGCAR, BARC
3 civilians mistakenly killed by Army in Kupwara
Highway blocked for hours before villagers buried the dead
Manmohan Singh to discuss nuclear deal with scientists
To address their misgivings and explain Government viewpoint
India is bird flu-free
``No outbreak in the last three months''
Nathu La: China disappointed at `low levels' of trade
``New Delhi has imposed series of restrictions on number of items that are permitted to be traded''
Threat of fresh floods recedes in central Gujarat districts
Army evacuates people on the banks of rivers; Surat battles garbage
`Discrimination' against State in flood relief
Centre yet to consider Karnataka's request
Kumarakom town club lifts Nehru Trophy
ALAPPUZHA: The Town Boat Club, Kumarakom, proved to be a class apart from other boat clubs by cruising to an easy victory in the snake-boat category in the Nehru Trophy Boat Race, 2006, held at Punnamada Lake here on Saturday. Competing on ...
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