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No sacrifice big enough to form secular government: Congress
NEW DELHI, MAY 12. The Congress today indicated that "no sacrifice was big enough" to enable the formation of a government comprising parties that fought on the anti-National Democratic Alliance (NDA) platform, separately or in alliance. It was a ...
Anil Ambani meets Sonia
NEW DELHI, MAY 12. Amid the hectic behind-the-scenes parleys on government formation, the vice-chairman and managing director of the Reliance group, Anil Ambani, met the Congress president, Sonia Gandhi, here this evening. He spent close to a ...
Flurry of meetings in BJP camp
NEW DELHI, MAY 12. For the first time since the dissolution of the Lok Sabha, the Bharatiya Janata Party has begun to seriously consider the possibility of the National Democratic Alliance falling short of the bare majority mark, which itself ...
Karunanidhi denies speculation on NDA making contacts
CHENNAI, MAY 12.The DMK president, M. Karunanidhi, has denied speculation emanating from New Delhi about contacts being established by the Bharatiya Janata Party/National Democratic Alliance with his party. He told The Hindu , when ...
Full-fledged probe into missing names
NEW DELHI, MAY 12. The Election Commission has ordered a full-fledged inquiry into the reports of largescale deletion of names from the voters' lists in a few States, particularly Tamil Nadu, the Chief Election Commissioner, T.S. Krishnamurthy, ...
Army shifts Siachen officer
NEW DELHI, MAY 12. The Army today shifted its controversial officer, Colonel K.D. Singh, commander of the battalion involved in the Siachen ``fake killings'' and demolition of enemy bunkers, out of the highest battlefield of the world in the ...
To be freed
NEW DELHI, MAY 12.Pakistan has said it would release two Indian armymen soon Lance Naik Jagsir Singh and Sapper Mohammad Arif who are in its custody for the last four-and-a-half years, according to an Army spokesman here. ...
Jolt to Murali
LONDON, MAY 12.Off-spinner Muttiah Muralitharan has received a major jolt with the International Cricket Council deeming his controversial `doosra' as illegal and upholding the Sri Lankan Cricket Board's decision to prevent him from using the ...
`It will be a small ministry'
NEW DELHI, MAY 12. The Andhra Pradesh Congress Legislature Party leader, Y.S. Rajasekhara Reddy, tonight said he would have a small ministry. ``I would have a small ministry,'' he told reporters on his arrival here from Hyderabad for ...
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