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  • From the Print Edition
    Modi-led BJP trumps Congress in Gujarat
    Chief Minister says people have defeated “negativism and anti-Gujarat forces;” swearing-in on Thursday

    Several Ministers among the losers
    Ahmedabad: Even as Narendra Modi won the election at Maninagar with a margin of 87,161 votes, defeating his nearest Congress rival Dinsha Patel, several of his ministerial colleagues were defeated, including Indravijaysinh Jadeja, Kaushik ...

    Editorial: Modi’s triumph, Congress debacle
    For the fourth time running, the Bharatiya Janata Party has vanquished its adversary in Gujarat, comprehensively beating it in every department — popular appeal, propaganda, strategy, and tactics — and establishing its supremacy in ...

    Manmohan congratulates Modi
    NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Sunday called up Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi and congratulated him on his victory in the Assembly elections. The Congress congratulated him for a “great, remarkable ...

    Victory signals BJP’s comeback: Advani
    Party’s thought and ideology have won as much as the leadership, says Rajnath

    ‘Maoists’ trained in Chhattisgarh
    Two suspects admit to plans to establish training camps at Varusanadu and Muruganmalai

    Anti-SEZ agitators warn tourists in Goa
    They have threatened to intensify their agitation after Christmas festivities

    Maoists to rejoin government in Nepal
    Kathmandu: Nepal’s seven parties on Sunday night signed a 22-point deal under which the Maoists will rejoin the government and the country will be declared a federal democratic republic through Parliament, subject to ratification by ...

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    Curator rules out green top at MCG
    It’s sure to come as music to the visitors’ ears

    Chhetri named AIFF Player of the Year
    NEW DELHI: Sunil Chhetri has been adjudged the All India Football Federation (AIFF) Player of the Year. The decision was taken at the annual general meeting of the AIFF held here on Sunday. Chettri, the first Delhi player to earn this ...

    NEWSCAPE
    Historian of monarchy assails Queen Elizabeth
    LONDON: Living up to his reputation as the “rudest man in Britain,” one of the country’s leading historians of British monarchy has dispensed with Christmas cheer to launch an astonishing attack on the Queen. He called her a ...

    Queen’s own YouTube channel
    LONDON: Britain’s 81-year-old Queen Elizabeth II embraced the latest media trend and technology on Sunday, setting up her own special Royal Channel on YouTube. The Queen will use the video-sharing website to send out her 50th ...

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