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Jaitley says instability held out by the Third Front helped UPA
“There was a legitimate desire of the people for stability; BJP lost sight of the Third Front factor”
Mirwaiz Farooq calls on New Delhi to open dialogue
Deep fissures in secessionist ranks evident at All Parties Hurriyat Conference’s Eidgah rally
Naveen Patnaik, 20 ministers take oath
CM: new Ministers will have to work harder than before
Left Front for more efforts to improve the lot of people
KOLKATA: Stung by the reverses it suffered in the Lok Sabha polls, the Left Front in West Bengal has called for greater urgency on the part of the State government for extra initiatives in improving the lot of the people. ...
Third Front cannot be a cut and paste arrangement, says CPI(M)
NEW DELHI: The Communist Party of India (Marxist), on Thursday, said the move to create a third political alternative cannot be a “cut and paste arrangement” on the eve of the elections and can emerge only through sustained popular ...
BSP begins organisational revamp
Mayawati doesn’t want a repeat of LS poll performance
For them Prabakaran is not dead
TIRUPATI: A tiny colony in Chittoor district weeps at the death of Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam chief V. Prabakaran but faults the outfit for the assassination of the former Prime Minister, Rajiv Gandhi. Sixty-eight families arrived ...
Address spectrum on priority: industry
Gujjars, Meenas clash in Rajasthan
JAIPUR: Tension gripped the Gujjar-Meena dominant areas in Rajasthan on Thursday after both communities took a few members of the other captive following a fracas near Chirawata in Sawai Madhopur district during the day. The incidents, ...
How they voted
West Bengal shelves plan for Kharagpur city centre
KOLKATA: The Left Front government in West Bengal is likely to be more circumspect in acquiring land for industries and infrastructure development projects, in the light of the Lok Sabha election debacle. The Cabinet, which met on ...
‘Full budget should be approved by August 1’
NEW DELHI: In case a full budget for 2009-10 is not approved by Parliament by August 1, another vote-on-account will become necessary to authorise government spending. For, the validity of the interim budget expires on July 31, Finance ...
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