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Prime Minister seeks the support of the Lok Sabha on the basis of “our entire record in office”
Show proof of horse-trading, says Manmohan Singh
New Delhi: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Monday night rejected allegations of horse-trading for winning the trust vote on Tuesday. “Anybody can make allegations. If somebody has proof, show it,” Dr. Singh told reporters ...
It looks like a deal between two individuals: Advani
NEW DELHI: Repeatedly arguing that Prime Minister Manmohan Singh had invited the floor test upon himself, Leader of the Opposition in the Lok Sabha L.K. Advani on Monday asserted that the Bharatiya Janata Party wanted to defeat the government, ...
Pranab: no compromise on independent foreign policy
NEW DELHI: Sent in first to defend the government during the trust vote, External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee on Monday flayed Leader of the Opposition L.K. Advani’s “inquest” on the performance of the United ...
Congress pins hopes on abstentions
It expects “12 to 15 abstentions” and defections from the NDA
Breach of trust by PM: Left
NEW DELHI: The Communist Party of India (Marxist) on Monday accused Prime Minister Manmohan Singh of breach of trust. Opening his intervention in the Lok Sabha on the trust vote, party leader Mohammad Salim said: “The Prime Minister ...
Menon says dialogue process is under strain
“Probe into Kabul blast shows the hand of Pakistan elements”
Mamata to abstain from voting
“The Trinamool Congress cannot be purchased. We believe in principles”
U.S. ready to do business even with a minority government
WASHINGTON: Ahead of the crucial trust vote that will decide the fate of the United Progressive Alliance government, the U.S. on Monday said it will move forward on the nuclear deal with any dispensation in New Delhi — even if it is in ...
Phalke award for Tapan Sinha
New Delhi: Veteran Bengali film director Tapan Sinha was on Monday selected for the prestigious Dadasaheb Phalke award for the year 2006. Mr. Sinha, 84, who has won 19 national film awards in various categories apart from winning ...
Ram Baran Yadav is Nepal President
I will work towards strengthening democracy, says the President-elect
Signs and smiles ahead of a make-or-break vote
As the tug-of-war that would decide the fate of the UPA government entered a decisive phase, moods and faces outside Parliament House on the eve of the special session on Monday PHOTO: V.V. KRISHNAN ...
HC quashes defamation case against Bal Thackeray
Mumbai: The Bombay High Court on Monday quashed a defamation case against Shiv Sena chief Bal Thackeray and two others in a 1996 suit pending before a magistrate court. Mr. Thackeray, along with Sanjay Nirupam, then Editor of ...
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