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Prime Minister for dignified campaign
NEW DELHI, MARCH 14.This has to be a delicious irony. While the Bharatiya Janata Party is trying to whip up nation-wide excitement over the Vajpayee factor, the Prime Minister himself senses that the general election will be a relatively tame ...

Bulandshahr for Kalyan, Katiyar shifted from Faizabad
NEW DELHI, MARCH 14.The Bharatiya Janata Party's central election committee chaired by its president, Venkaiah Naidu, at its first sitting here today declared the names of 136 Lok Sabha candidates spread over 17 States and Union Territories. The ...

ELECTIONS 2004
Never mind the pollsters, the race is still open
Starting today, we begin a series of analytical articles by well-known political scientist Yogendra Yadav on the coming Lok Sabha and State Assembly elections. In his maiden piece, Yadav takes a bird's eye view of the electoral prospects of the two m ajor political fronts across the country.

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Tiger vs tiger in eastern Sri Lanka
Vinayagamoorthy Muralitharan whose nom de guerre is Karuna has been expelled from the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam and publicly proclaimed a traitor for spearheading a revolt. The warlord was the LTTE's supreme commander for the ...

China legalises private property
BEIJING, MARCH 14. China today amended its Constitution to protect private property rights and formalised a former President's once-unthinkable legacy — inviting entrepreneurs to join the Communist Party. The legislature also added to ...

Sahib Singh Verma has violated code: Congress
NEW DELHI, MARCH 14. The Congress today charged the Union Labour Minister, Sahib Singh Verma, with violating the election code. He also alleged that the Bharatiya Janata Party supporters had been "openly corrupting the electorate'' through the ...

LJP suffers jolt
PATNA, MARCH 14. The Lok Janshakti Party of Ram Vilas Paswan today received a severe blow with 27 functionaries, including the party national vice-presidents, Brij Mohan Singh and Chandrika Das, the national general secretary, Vijaya Singh, the ...

Putin wins
MOSCOW, MARCH 14. The Russian President, Vladimir Putin, has swept Sunday's presidential poll, winning over two-thirds of all votes, according to exit polls. Mr. Putin has won 69 per cent of the votes, while the runner-up, the Communist ...

Identified
MADRID, MARCH 14.The two Indians, arrested in connection with the Madrid blasts that left 200 people dead, have been identified by Spain's Interior Ministry as Vinay Kohli and Suresh Kumar. AP ...



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