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Battle of the Yadavs in Rohailkhand
SAMBHAL (UTTAR PRADESH), FEB. 8. It is being billed as the battle for the Yadav mind. A proxy war is on in the Rohailkhand region, between the Samajwadi Party leader, Mulayam Singh Yadav, and D.P. Yadav, supported by an assortment of challengers ... More
Kalyan all set to take on BJP
ATRAULI (U.P.), FEB. 8. Saffron and green flags flutter from the rooftops in this town on the outskirts of Aligarh, but these do not belong to the BJP. They belong to the Rashtriya Kranti Party (RKP) floated by the BJP rebel, Kalyan Singh, and ... More
Parties exploiting the temple card
LUCKNOW, FEB. 8. The Ram temple issue may or may not be on the agenda of any political party but it looks like a permanent election feature in Uttar Pradesh. And both the Bharatiya Janata Party and the Opposition rake it up in one context or the ... More
Do not vote for any party, Imam tells Muslims
NEW DELHI, FEB. 8. In a curious development, the Shahi Imam of Jama Masjid, Syed Ahmed Bukhari, has called upon the Muslim community not to vote for any particular political party in Uttar Pradesh. The Shahi Imam's contention is that all ... More
Efforts on to make `good sense' prevail
SOMEWHERE IN THE WEST. SECT., FEB. 8. India today said efforts were being made to see that ``good sense'' prevailed in Pakistan and it met New Delhi's demands to end cross-border terrorism and hand over 20 terrorists and criminals. The Defence ... More
ICHR move to review manuscripts criticised
NEW DELHI, FEB. 8. Two renowned scholars and historians _ K.N. Panikkar and Sumit Sarkar _ today denounced the Indian Council for Historical Research's (ICHR) step to review their manuscripts on ``Towards Freedom'' for the years 1940 and ... More
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  • EC grants Rs. 110 cr. for rural poor in India
  • NBA agitation will continue: Medha Patkar
  • Sinha files defamation case against Jindal
  • Swamiji refuses to allow search, cancels visit
  • Biggest polluters must curb greenhouse gas emissions: PM

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