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Supreme Court for making mudslinging ads 'electoral offence'
NEW DELHI, APRIL 5. The Supreme Court today indicated that it would consider making the telecast of advertisements indulging in "mudslinging" and "personal attack" in the electronic media and cable television networks an "electoral offence." ...

POLL THEME/THE LEFT
Communists struggle to maintain a toehold
In eastern U.P., once a bastion of the CPI, the party is struggling to come to terms with the rise of casteism and communalism, says Javed M. Ansari.

J&K Minister may have misled voters
SRINAGAR, APRIL 5.A top Minister of the People's Democratic Party-led coalition Government in Jammu and Kashmir may have misled voters last week, when he claimed that the Army had taken action against officials allegedly responsible for civilian ...

'Emotional moment' at Amethi
SULTANPUR (U.P), APRIL 5.Rahul Gandhi today took the first formal step to electoral politics by filing his nomination for the Amethi Lok Sabha constituency here, an occasion that was described by his mother and Congress president, Sonia Gandhi, ...

64 injured in grenade attack on J&K market
SRINAGAR, APRIL 5.At least 64 people, including women, children and three jawans of the Border Security Force were injured and 14 of them are in a critical condition when militants exploded a grenade in a crowded market in Pulwama district of ...

Rajapakse, a strong contender
COLOMBO, APRIL 5. As Sri Lanka's United People's Freedom Alliance (UPFA), which emerged the single largest party in the Parliamentary elections, hopes to form the government tomorrow, the outgoing Prime Minister, Ranil Wickremesinghe, said today ...

Yuvraj to the rescue
LAHORE, APRIL 5.Left-handed batsman Yuvraj Singh scored his first Test century on Monday as India recovered from young Pakistan paceman Umar Gul's five-wicket burst on the opening day of the second cricket Test. Singh, made a 112 off 129 balls ...

'Arrest warrant'
MANAMA, APRIL 5.The United States occupation authorities have issued an ``arrest warrant'' against Muqtada al Sadr, the leader of a Shia religious militia in Iraq. A spokesman for the authorities said that the warrant had been issued in the light ...



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