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Election Commission may challenge High Court order
NEW DELHI, MAY 1. The Election Commission is likely to move the Supreme Court, challenging the order of the Patna High Court that those behind bars cannot contest the elections. The High Court had said it expected the Commission to consider ...

BATTLEGROUND
Uttar Pradesh: beyond the arithmetic of caste
This election in the State is about political parties moving beyond their traditional caste-based blocs, says Yogendra Yadav.

NEWS ANALYSIS
A legally untenable order
NEW DELHI, MAY 1.The Patna High Court order on Friday, barring undertrials and absconders from contesting elections, is untenable and against the provisions of the Representation of the People Act (RPA). The Act does not disqualify an ...

U.S. move may thwart PW's plans
HYDERABAD, MAY 1.The inclusion of the CPI (ML) People's War (PW) and the Maoist Communist Centre (MCC) in the list of terrorist organisations by the United States could thwart the attempts of the Maoist rebel groups to forge alliances with ...

Tobacco ban in place
NEW DELHI, MAY 1. The ban on smoking at public places, including railway premises and in trains, direct or indirect advertising of all tobacco products and their sale comes into effect from today across the country. The commonly-used tobacco ...

M.P. Governor passes away
NEW DELHI, MAY 1. The Madhya Pradesh Governor, Ram Prakash Gupta, died today at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences here after a prolonged illness. He was 82 and is survived by his wife and two sons. — ...



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