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President for stringent steps to curb ragging
Asks States to enact law to tackle the menace
Why VIP treatment to terrorists holed up in Hazratbal, asks Modi
“In Kandahar episode, the effort was to save hijacked passengers”
3-tier deployment on LoC to curb poll-eve infiltration
NEW DELHI: A three-tier deployment has been made along the Line of Control to check any surge in infiltration in the run-up to the general elections beginning this week, Chief of the Army Staff General Deepak Kapoor said on Tuesday. ...
Violence in Kerala
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: As campaigning for the single-phase April 16 Lok Sabha elections to the State’s 20 constituencies reached a frenetic climax, parts of Kerala on Tuesday slipped into violence just before the 5 p.m. deadline for public ...
“UPA aided expansion of U.S. imperialism”
KOLKATA: CPI(M) general secretary Prakash Karat said here on Tuesday that expansion of U.S. imperialism in India, which was initiated during the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)-led National Democratic Alliance’s rule, continued ...
Voters in Orissa are a confused lot given the number of politicians who have changed parties. Their tribe has increased mainly because of the breaking of the 11-year-old alliance between the Biju Janata Dal (BJD) and the Bharatiya Janata ...
The poster boys of Sivakasi
This hub for printing election posters and handouts is marked by efficiency and economy — most of all, discretion
Trying to restore hope
Mission statement: “It’s so easy for politicians to buy votes and win. I want to make people aware of the value of their vote so they don’t give it cheaply.” This is not the first time Bandu Sampatrao Sane, ...
From khakis to khadi
No more crisp khakis for them; instead they now sport spotless white khadi kurtas. More than a dozen police officers from Andhra Pradesh are testing the political waters in this general election. The Congress, the Telugu Desam Party (TDP), ...
Sonia questions BJP’s ‘nation first’ claim
Mandla (M.P.): Seeking to puncture the Bharatiya Janata Party’s “nation first” plank, the Congress president, Sonia Gandhi, on Tuesday said the saffron party did not have anybody who had become a martyr for the ...
EC serves notice on two more leaders
NEW DELHI: Rashtriya Janata Dal leader Lalu Prasad has come under the Election Commission’s adverse notice again. The EC on Tuesday issued notice to him for violating the model code of conduct by landing his helicopter in a dangerous ...
Three observers replaced in Goa
PANAJI: The Election Commission has replaced three election observers from Goa after finding them embroiled in a controversy. Chanchal Tewari, IAS, Masood Hassan, IAS, and T.C. Jose, IRS, in North Goa parliamentary ...
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