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“He will remain party nominee in Pilibhit”
Priyanka’s ‘advice’ to Varun
LUCKNOW: Priyanka Vadra, cousin of Varun Gandhi, on Monday advised him to read the Bhagvad Gita and try to understand the meaning of the religious text. Ms. Vadra, who is on a two-day visit to her mother Sonia Gandhi’s ...
Congress, NCP pact in place
26 seats for Congress and 22 for NCP in Maharashtra
The people’s car rolls out
MUMBAI: The Tata Nano has finally arrived. Unveiled first in January 2008, the people’s car was launched commercially here on Monday amid great fanfare and expectations. The rear-engine car will be available in three variants. The ...
ELECTIONS2009 - STATEWISE
A battle along familiar lines
The contest in Kerala is bi-polar in most constituencies and there is no evidence of a wave in the State
An ‘outsider’ vs local candidates
The official map of the Thiruvananthapuram Lok Sabha constituency resembles a “V.”. But who will emerge victorious at the end of the day in this constituency that is attracting global attention because one of the contestants has ...
ELECTIONS2009 - TOURDIARY
One hour in Davangere
Sonia landed and left in a mushroom of dust on a hot afternoon in this arid town, where she launched the Congress election campaign
‘Nano project commercially viable’
New dedicated plant at Sanand in Gujarat will be ready in nine months
26/11: Ajmal Amir asks for lawyer
Mumbai: Mohammad Ajmal Amir (Kasab), the lone gunman arrested for the November 26 terror strikes here, for the first time asked for a lawyer to represent him in the case. In a hearing conducted via video conferencing on Monday, he stated ...
What motivated Ajmal
Mumbai: Mohammad Ajmal Amir ‘Kasab’ could have been inspired by the high regard shown to him by the people in his village. Police sources have indicated that when Ajmal returned home from his training camp, he saw that he ...
Farooq Abdullah defines ‘Kashmiriyat’
Says India should keep on reinventing the principle of harmony & balance between groups and regions
Advocates return to court after more than a month of boycott
CHENNAI: Advocates resumed work on Monday ending their boycott of courts, which lasted more than a month, bringing relief to the litigant public. However, the High Court complex was sans police personnel and the recently introduced ...
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