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It has to adapt itself to the changed world dynamics: NASSCOM chief
CPI(M) complains to EC against ‘Thirumangalam in Madurai’
NEW DELHI: The Communist Party of India (Marxist) on Wednesday lodged a complaint with the Election Commission against misuse of official machinery and “unprecedented use of money and goods to lure voters” in the Madurai Lok Sabha ...
Sonia slams BJP on terror issue
NEW DELHI: Congress president Sonia Gandhi hit back at the Bharatiya Janata Party on the issue of terrorism at a well-attended election rally at Ramlila Grounds here on Wednesday. “Rajivji and Indiraji laid down their lives for the ...
Demand for Eelam not practical: Swamy
Sirsi: The demand for Eelam by the former Tamil Nadu Chief Minister and AIADMK leader Jayalalithaa is not practical. The Tamils in Sri Lanka will be happy with a federal constitution, where their rights are protected. They have not asked for a ...
“What did NDA regime do to nab Quattrocchi?”
“Anti-BJP wave will start from Gujarat”
Dasgupta and gender issues
Veteran CPI leader reaches out to the electorate by addressing issues such as the health of women
Dharavi resettlement to the fore
It remains to be seen whether promises made to 10 lakh residents are kept
Pakistani citizens interested in elections in India? On the Indo-Pakistan border in Jalore Lok Sabha constituency in Rajasthan they walk in from across the border to attend political meetings. This may not pose a serious security threat as they ...
Standing up for madrasas
Muslim voters in the Barmer Lok Sabha constituency in western Rajasthan, bordering Pakistan, were pleasantly surprised when Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot launched a scathing attack on the BJP this week for describing madrasas functioning in the ...
Cheering the wrong man
Bhuvanahalli, an otherwise a sleepy village near Hassan in Karnataka, is now in the limelight with an international airport coming up near the village and VVIPs alighting here (there is a helipad here) to campaign in the district. BJP prime ...
How not to woo voters
“Wooing voters” has assumed a whole new meaning. A database of email IDs of constituents for a political internet campaign is not easy to get, especially for those with limited budgets. A well-wisher of an Independent candidate in ...
Once bitten, twice shy
Telangana Rashtra Samiti president K. Chandrasekhara Rao is taking no chances this time in keeping his flock of 45 MLA and 9 MP candidates together. On the eve of counting day, the entire group will move into Telangana Bhavan in the upmarket ...
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