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Karat faults Congress for BJP’s growth
UPA too has many prime ministerial aspirants, says CPI leader Bardhan
Left seeks support for alternative platform
NEW DELHI: Four Left parties on Tuesday made a joint appeal to people to support them in their endeavour to create an alternative platform to defend secularism, protect national sovereignty, promote equitable growth and social justice and ...
Five more militants killed in Kupwara
Toll of militants in the operation, which commenced on March 20, has reached 16
Rice, wheat at Rs.3 a kilo: Congress
Food Security Act, quota for women in jobs promised
PM to Advani: what is your record?
It’s for people to judge who should rule
ELECTIONS2009 - TOURDIARY
Maya draws them by droves
What the BSP leader lacks in oratorical skill and wit, she makes up in star quality
“Manmohan the weakest Prime Minister”
Advani terms Congress-led UPA reign Sonia Gandhi’s government
BJP sees a frustrated Manmohan
NEW DELHI: Stung by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s dig at Leader of the Opposition in the Lok Sabha L.K. Advani that his only achievement was demolition of the Babri Masjid, Bharatiya Janata Party leader M. Venkaiah Naidu said Dr. ...
Give diplomacy a chance to end impasse: Manmohan
‘Ball now in Pakistan’s court to dismantle terror outfits
BJP’s new media blitz
The BJP is using the new media in a big way for its election campaign. After the party’s Prime Ministerial candidate L. K. Advani’s ad blitz through the new media and Web chat, the party is readying itself for Web based campaigns ...
U.P.’s murky waters
Uttar Pradesh abounds in conspiracy theories. The latest is a secret deal between the Bharatiya Janata Party and the Bahujan Samaj Party on the one hand and between the Samajwadi Party and the Congress on the other. Not just this. The buzz has it ...
Amar Singh cast in new Dev Anand film
“It’s fiction about murder, corruption, police, underworld”
Stripped of land, ignored by authorities
You tell us whom we should elect, say Shivangaon villagers, who have vowed to boycott polls
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