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LJP to contest six seats in Jharkhand
Patna: Union Minister Ramvilas Paswan’s Lok Janshakti Party (LJP) would contest six seats in Jharkhand, where the party was not included in the seat-sharing arrangement announced by three other UPA partners. LJP candidates will ...
Lalu, Nitish ‘pichkaris’ a hot favourite
Patna: Water sprayers splashed with the images of RJD supremo Lalu Prasad and his bete noire Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar are selling like hot cakes in the State with Holi revellers wanting to add a dash of political colour to their ...
Congress ready to thwart BSP ‘moves’ in Haryana
Jammu & Kashmir
M.P. now plans to shift tigers to Panna reserve
BHOPAL: Having successfully shifted two tigresses to the Panna Tiger Reserve recently, the Madhya Pradesh State Forest Department now plans to move a tiger there, too, as the sanctuary’s sole male tiger is untraceable, officials said ...
Madhya Pradesh Minister booked for violating poll code
State Congress demands resignation of Bisen
Bhiwandi sole hitch in BJP-Sena ties
BSNL customers to get 3G service in July
Deputy General Manager A. Robert J. Ravi told The Hindu that preparations were on to launch the service in July. “We intend to provide seamless coverage. Plans are on to install more than 50 additional towers and ...
Panchaloka idols recovered in Puducherry
From a bag abandoned on Sardar Vallabai Patel Salai
French intervention sought to end war in Sri Lanka
PUDUCHERRY: A delegation from Sri Lankan Tamils Protection Movement on Tuesday met Consul-General of France in Puducherry Joelle Rayet and submitted a memorandum seeking French government’s intervention to stop the war in Sri Lanka. ...
CII report suggests formula to rejuvenate Punjab industry
“Encourage small, medium enterprises through policy initiative”
Police give clean chit to Chand
Fiza to move court; a case of strained relationship: Police
Skill development programmes for Dalits and tribals started
No fatwa on polls, says Dar-ul Uloom
“It has no business with politics”
Uttarakhand BJP asks EC to advance poll date
DEHRA DUN: The Uttarakhand unit of the Bharatiya Janata Party has urged the Election Commission to advance the May 13 Lok Sabha elections in the State to April on the ground that the Char Dham Yatra beginning April 28 will have an adverse ...
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