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Dhaka gossip sparked nationwide panic
Airport muddle illustrates post-Mumbai malaise in security management

Not a Third Front rally, says Pawar
Nationalist Congress Party is not aligned with either the Left or the Third Front

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Middle class anger over high rice prices
Government in a spot with TDP making it an election issue

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The clamour for tribal status in Assam
One of the many contentious issues in Assam is the longstanding demand of various communities, tribal and non-tribal, for a modification of their present status. This is likely to figure as a campaign issue, especially in the two scheduled tribe ...

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A woman of many parts
Tollywood matinee idol, part-time social activist, painter and now a candidate in the polls — Shatabdi Roy is a woman of many parts. A Trinamool Congress nominee from West Bengal’s Birbhum constituency, the popular actress has set ...

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West Bengal youth root for industrialisation


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Campaign by post, literally
It’s an election campaign by post, literally. CPI(M) candidate from West Bengal’s Raiganj constituency, Bireswar Lahiri, has despatched letters to the voters in the constituency. More than 12 lakh letters have already been ...

Supreme Court: paltry, delayed offers will ruin land losers
In most cases, small farmers are stripped of land and livelihood

SP, LJP, RJD tie-up in Maharashtra too
Mumbai: For the first time, the Samajwadi Party, along with the Lok Jan Shakti Party and the Rashtriya Janata Dal will come together in Maharashtra to contest over 10 seats. On April 24, leaders of these parties, Mulayam Singh, Ram ...

CPI(M) terms BJP decision on Gorkhaland amazing
KOLKATA: The Bharatiya Janata Party’s decision — as stated in its election manifesto — to sympathetically consider the issue of a separate State of Gorkhaland if it and its allies come to power is “amazing,” Biman ...

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