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Congress wins Rajasthan, Delhi, Mizoram; BJP retains Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh
Congress does a hat-trick in Delhi, wrests Rajasthan from BJP and Mizoram from MNF

Pakistan launches operation against banned organisation
Lashkar commander Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi said to be among those arrested

Verdict for development: Dikshit
Congress wins 42 of the 69 seats and returns for the third term in Delhi

Congress scripts history in Mizoram
Wins 32 of the total 40 seats

Vote for development, says Manmohan
New Delhi: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has hailed the victory of the Congress in three Assembly elections, saying the people had voted for development. He complimented the people on participating in the democratic process in a good measure. ...

Congress set to return in Rajasthan
JAIPUR: The Congress is all set to return to power in the desert State with the party winning 96 out of a total 200 Assembly seats and its main rival, the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party, trailing behind with a total of 78 seats. Though ...

Impressive win for BJP in Madhya Pradesh
Bags 143 seats as Shivraj Singh Chauhan readies for second term in office

Good show by BJP in naxal-hit areas
NEW DELHI: The Bharatiya Janata Party, while retaining power in Chhattisgarh, noticeably improved its performance in the tribal belts, most of which are hit by naxal menace. It may be pointed out that the State-sponsored “Salwa ...

Mayawati elated
LUCKNOW: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister and Bahujan Samaj Party chief Mayawati on Monday expressed satisfaction at the performance of her party in the Assembly elections. The increase in the party’s vote share and in the number of ...

Rane supporter in Cabinet
Congress brings back Surupsingh Naik to attract Adivasi votes

Shut down LeT operations, India tells Pakistan
If LeT commander has been arrested, it will be “an important first step” by Pakistan

India in ‘wait and watch’ mode to Pakistan arrests
New Delhi: India on Monday reacted cautiously to reports from Pakistan that security agencies there had taken into custody senior Lashkar-e-Taiba operatives wanted in connection with the Mumbai terrorist attacks. Though Inter-Services ...

I was misled: Ajmal tells police
Mumbai: Mumbai terror-accused Mohammad Ajmal Amir Iman wishes to write to his parents stating that he was “misled” into the act by the group, Rakesh Maria, Joint Commissioner of Police (Crime), told journalists here on ...

The Englishmen have landed
Tight security arrangements all around

Well done, England
It is time to salute England’s spirited bunch of cricketers, writes Nirmal Shekar

Bhupathi still hungry for more
The ace hopes to click with Knowles & Sania again

Police take charge of stadium
Players to be guarded by commandos

Californians trade their guns for food
Annual exchange has a new ring this time

Real money from virtual worlds
New York: Want to walk a mile in Elvis Presley’s blue suede shoes? It will cost you 50 cents. In a down economy, that might be an affordable luxury to a teenager or twenty-something hanging out in a virtual world like Gaia Online, ...

Cracks in Berlin’s Brandenburg Gate
Berlin: It is to Berlin what the Arc de Triomphe is to Paris or the Trafalgar Square is to London. So news that growing cracks have been seen in the pillars of the Brandenburg Gate has caused alarm. The classical columns, which are ...

Kolkata Mint to be coins, currency museum
Kolkata: The Old Silver Mint here, a Grecian structure that is now a crumbling but landmark symbol, will house a coins and currency museum after its revamp, Home Minister P. Chidambaram said here on Monday. “There will be a coins ...

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