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Cautions against invoking Article 356 in U.P.
Antony: arms haul off Chennai may be "the tip of the iceberg"
Defence Minister warns of "lurking dangers" along the coast
CWC to discuss U.P. situation
NEW DELHI: The Congress Working Committee will meet on Monday evening to take stock of the political situation in the country on the eve of the budget session of Parliament beginning later in the week. Among other issues, the latest developments ...
Desist from Article 356 fraud
For the nth time in its post-1950 career, the Congress Party is in the process of demonstrating that, Bourbon-like, it can `learn nothing and forget nothing' when it comes to deploying the knife of Article 356 against State governments it ...
Who is the guilty party in Uttar Pradesh?
The February 14 judgment of the apex court ought to have been treated as a call for sober introspection. Instead it has become a tool for settling scores. It has revived the chorus for Mulayam Singh's dismissal by parties who have all played the defection game.
The remedy has to be institutional, not political
Rather than invoking Article 356 against the Uttar Pradesh Government, the UPA leadership should put its faith in institutional arrangements to ensure that the Samajwadi Party does not use its office to manipulate the electoral process.
SP seeks to meet Kalam
"Congress, BJP hand in glove"
We'll back Congress line: Karunanidhi
CHENNAI: In a significant development, the DMK, a key partner of ruling UPA at the Centre, said on Sunday that it would support the Congress line on imposition of President's rule in Uttar Pradesh. Tamil Nadu Chief Minister and DMK president ...
Let Mulayam prove majority: Jayalalithaa
CHENNAI: All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (AIADMK) general secretary Jayalalithaa on Sunday said the majority or minority status of the Uttar Pradesh Government should be decided only on the floor of the Assembly and not in the Raj ...
Kiwis seal series after record chase
Hussey, Taylor carve out centuries; Australia loses top ranking in ODIs
The 10-day extravaganza comes to an end
Richa, Poncha adjudged the best athletes
Tottenham, Manchester City advance to quarterfinals
Ronaldo sets up AC Milan's victory with a brace
Shvedova wins her maiden title
I can't describe how I'm feeling, says the 19-year-old Russian
``Interpol must help extradite Hizb chief"
NEW DELHI: The Jammu and Kashmir police have sought the help of the Interpol in getting Hizb-ul Mujahideen chief Syed Salahuddin extradited from Pakistan in connection with the disappearance of a Scottish tourist in the Kashmir Valley 26 years ...
Kamaraj rule will be established in Tamil Nadu in 2011: Moily
ERODE: Kamaraj rule will be established in Tamil Nadu in 2011, according to Veerappa Moily, Congress Working Committee Member. Addressing the Sathyagraha Centenary Commemoration Rally organised by the Erode District Congress Committee here on ...
Empty polling booths mark Corporation by-elections
Voter turnout was less than 10 % in several booths till 11 a.m.
AIADMK leader denies charge
CHENNAI: The All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam on Sunday denied Local Administration Minister M.K. Stalin's charge that `Tindivanam lake' was chosen as the site for a new bus stand in the town during its rule. In a statement here, ...
TRS spurns Congress, TD offer
Congress leaves two seats to TRS; TDP downplays alliance talk
And now, jobs for the lowly
Housing is a major problem for these poorly paid workers
The dwindling green cover areas of Capital
NEW DELHI: High population density areas such as East, North-East and West Delhi are also the Capital's least green areas. According to Greening Delhi Action Plan (2006-07) of the Delhi Government's Forests and Wildlife Department, East Delhi ...
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