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A wake-up call for Mayawati
Barnala’s son expelled from Akali Dal
Chandigarh: Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) president Sukhbir Singh Badal on Sunday expelled senior leaders Gaganjit Singh Barnala and Baldev Singh Mann from the party for their alleged anti-party activities during the Lok Sabha polls. Mr. ...
UPA tally goes up to 261, NDA finishes with 159
NEW DELHI: The Congress has won 206 seats in the Lok Sabha elections and its allies 55 in the results for the 542 seats officially declared on Sunday. The Trinamool Congress has emerged as the largest ally of the Congress, bagging 19 ...
Buddhadeb unlikely to attend Polit Bureau meet
KOLKATA: Chief Minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee is unlikely to attend the meeting of the Polit Bureau of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) to be held in New Delhi on Monday to take stock of the party’s performance in the recent Lok ...
We are at the giving end: Amar Singh
BJP leaders meet Advani
New Delhi: The BJP top brass led by president Rajnath Singh on Sunday held a series of meetings with senior leader L.K. Advani to persuade him to continue as Leader of the Opposition in the 15th Lok Sabha. Mr. Singh, accompanied by M. ...
AGP-BJP tie-up to continue for Assembly polls
I’m against bargaining for ministerial slot: Mamata
‘Ministry or no-ministry hardly matters to us’
MPs with criminal charges aplenty in new House
NEW DELHI: A total of 8,070 candidates representing 369 parties contested the recent elections to the 15th Lok Sabha. Only 36 parties were successful in sending one or more members to the Lok Sabha. As many as 333 parties did not win even a ...
Musclemen bite the dust in Bihar
Patna: Money and gun power have failed to influence the voters in Bihar, where perhaps for the first time all the musclemen bit the dust irrespective of their party in the just concluded Lok Sabha polls. The results came as a surprise ...
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