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Repolling peaceful in Jharkhand
NEW DELHI: The repolling in 115 polling stations in Jharkhand passed off in a “complete peaceful” atmosphere without any incident. About 55 per cent of voters cast their votes. Polling in these naxal affected areas could not ...
Bofors row will not hit poll prospects, says Congress
“In over 20 years, not a shred of evidence has been found”
CBI itself must be investigated: Jaitley
NEW DELHI: The Bharatiya Janata Party has said that if voted to power it will appoint a commission to investigate the Central Bureau of Investigation, which it described as a “master of cover-ups” and a “political tool in the ...
Another step to bury Bofors case: CPI(M)
NEW DELHI: The Communist Party of India (Marxist) on Tuesday said the withdrawal of the Interpol red corner notice against Italian businessman Ottavio Quattrocchi at the CBI’s behest was another step by the Manmohan Singh government to ...
Brinda mocks Congress ‘fashion’ of choosing PM
“Third Front’s choice will be democratic”
“It’s unfortunate I am branded as communal”
A tale of four constituencies
Voter loyalty, not party agendas, holds the key in Thane, Kalyan, Bhiwandi and Palghar
A lama in the fray
Chavan takes on Modi
Maharashtra Chief Minister Ashok Chavan on Tuesday took on his Gujarat counterpart and declared that Maharashtra was number one in attracting investment in the country. He said he had waited this long, so that he could give a consolidated ...
Varun Gandhi appears before Advisory Board
LUCKNOW: BJP candidate from Pilibhit Varun Gandhi on Tuesday presented his case before a three-member Advisory Board, which is going into the maintainability of his detention by the Uttar Pradesh Government under the National Security Act ...
Modi the mimic
It seems that Gujarat’s fiery Chief Minister has a lighter side to him as well. In this campaign, Narendra Modi has been treating his supporters at rallies around the country to a variety of jokes (most famously, the one about the ...
True to their word
Over 20,000 adivasis from 24 villages in Maharashtra’s Jalgaon district did not vote in the elections on April 23 to protest the non-implementation of the Scheduled Tribes and Other Traditional Forest Dwellers (Recognition of rights) Act. ...
A dig at the Gowdas
At an election rally in Hassan in Karnataka, former Union minister and BJP leader Anantha Kumar said that in Hassan district there are four types of inscriptions on stone. The first two are the inscriptions found in Belur and Halebid; the latest ...
The price of sugar
Candidates canvassing for votes in the tribal-dominated villages of Udaipur Lok Sabha constituency in southern Rajasthan are confronted by rural women with a common question: “Vote maang riya ho, khaand ro kain bhaav hai?” (You are ...
NDA trying to create two Indias: Rahul
MEHSANA (GUJARAT): All-India Congress Committee general secretary and youth leader Rahul Gandhi has accused the National Democratic Alliance of trying to create “Two Indias — one for the poor and the other India for the rich and ...
Lucknow sets a record
The Lucknow parliamentary seat is set to make records as Uttar Pradesh goes to polls for the third phase of the Lok Sabha elections Thursday. Not only does the constituency have the highest number of candidates, it also tops the list of seats ...
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