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Jayalalithaa can complain to EC: Congress
NEW DELHI: Taking on AIADMK chief Jayalalithaa for her allegations that there were malpractices during the Assembly elections in Tamil Nadu, the Congress on Wednesday said she should complain to the Election Commission after establishing the ...
“Poll will decide State's growth line”
KOLKATA: Stating that West Bengal made considerable progress since the Left Front assumed power in 1977 Chief Minister, Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee pointed out on Wednesday that had it not been so the people would have rejected it rather than ...
Campaign in full swing as microphone curbs go
The ban was in force following court orders in view of higher secondary examinations
Cyber-observers for democracy in action
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The maiden web-casting of the election process in Kerala found resonance in the cyber world with at least 3,783 persons across the globe logging on to the chief electoral officer's website to watch democracy in ...
SC refuses to lift ban on sale of gutka in plastic sachets
New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Wednesday refused to lift the ban on sale of tobacco products such as gutka and pan masala in plastic sachets and allowed several civil societies and manufacturers of non-smoking, chewing tobacco products such ...
Legendary archaeologist Lewis Binford passes away
His ‘archaeology as anthropology' proposition emerged as dominant paradigm in contemporary archaeology
Farooq sounds note of warning on sex ratio
“Men may have to turn gay”
‘Pained that I have to explain myself on Modi'
Ahmedabad: Social activist Anna Hazare said on Wednesday that he was pained that he had to explain himself time and again regarding his praise of Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi for his developmental efforts. Reacting to an e-mail ...
Meira Kumar rules in favour of continuance of BJP MPs on JPC
New Delhi: The Congress' objections to the inclusion of Bharatiya Janata Party leaders Jaswant Singh and Yashwant Sinha in the JPC probing the 2G spectrum scam have fallen flat with Lok Sabha Speaker Meira Kumar ruling in favour of their ...
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