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AIADMK leader to meet Governor today to stake claim for forming government
Petrol price hiked by Rs. 5 a litre
NEW DELHI: A day after the Assembly election results were declared, state-owned oil marketing companies (OMCs) on Saturday decided to go ahead with the increase of Rs.5 a litre in petrol price. The biggest-ever increase in petrol prices, ...
Thangkabalu to resign as TNCC chief
Accepts moral responsibility for the drubbing the party received in elections
Floor test sacrosanct: Bhardwaj
Meeting with Manmohan a courtesy call, says Karnataka Governor
Order on Kanimozhi, Sharad Kumar bail pleas reserved for May 20
Order not ready due to paucity of time: Judge
Congress yet to take a decision
New Delhi: The Congress is yet to decide on whether it will participate in the Mamata Banerjee-led Trinamool Congress government in West Bengal, where it has won 42 Assembly seats. The indecision is not surprising, given the Congress' ...
‘Left will strive for early recovery'
KOLKATA: “Leftism will have its final say in the matter of peace and prosperity of the downtrodden people.” Expressing this conviction, Forward Bloc general secretary Debabrata Biswas said that the Left Front victory in 1977 ...
Adarsh file missing from Union Ministry
NEW DELHI: One of the Union Ministry for Environment and Forests' key files on the controversial Adarsh Housing Society — which it has ordered demolished — has gone missing. The file, which contains the correspondence between ...
Massive swing in AIADMK way sealed DMK fate
CHENNAI: The AIADMK front polled 45.50 lakh votes more than the DMK-led alliance in the recent Assembly elections in Tamil Nadu, representing a 12.36 percentage point lead. The AIADMK alliance's vote share recorded a quantum leap of 11.89 ...
‘Unconditional support for Trinamool-led government'
We will fully cooperate with her: Congress
Release 5 million tonnes of foodgrains: Supreme Court
To prevent starvation deaths and malnutrition
IPL CARNIVAL 2011
Gayle settles the issue once again
RCB becomes first team to enter play-offs after chasing down 102
Monsoon likely to set in over Kerala on May 31
“Full confidence” in military, ISI
Pakistani Parliament resolution calls for terms of engagement with the U.S. to be reviewed
Arrogance, corruption led to isolation in West Bengal, says Bardhan
NEW DELHI: A day after electoral debacle in West Bengal, the Communist Party of India felt that arrogance and corruption among the cadre and leaders at certain levels resulted in the Left Front becoming isolated from the people, and it was ...
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