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`We will focus on the poor'
NEW DELHI, MAY 20.The Prime Minister-designate, Manmohan Singh, made it clear today that he believed that the voters had given the mandate for "a secular and stable" government and that he was confident of getting the support of all the allies as ...

Manmohan's stand positive: Left
NEW DELHI, MAY 20.The Left parties today welcomed the observations of the Prime Minister-designate, Manmohan Singh, on political and economic issues but preferred to wait till the United Progressive Alliance comes out with a common minimum ...

Lobbying on for Cabinet berths
NEW DELHI, MAY 20. The Prime Minister-designate, Manmohan Singh, and the rest of the Congress leadership today took the first step towards the formation of the Council of Ministers by devising a formula for sharing Cabinet berths among allies, ...

Sensex stabilises
MUMBAI, MAY 20.After three days of abnormal volatility, the Sensex witnessed some stability around the 5000-level before it turned weak, registering a fall of 74 points at the end of the session. PTI ...

MS back home
CHENNAI, MAY 20.Veteran Carnatic singer M.S. Subbulakshmi was today discharged from a private hospital here where she was admitted on May 15. Hospital sources said that her health had improved consistently in the past six days. She had been ...

Hindujas' plea upheld
NEW DELHI, MAY 20.Upholding a plea by the Europe-based Hinduja brothers, the Delhi High Court today set aside a trial court order framing two separate charges of cheating and criminal conspiracy and directed it to frame a single charge after ...

Telgi brought to Delhi
PUNE, MAY 20.The prime accused in the multi-crore fake stamp paper racket, Abdul Karim Telgi, was taken to Delhi by a CBI team today. Telgi was produced in the Special Court and was remanded to the CBI custody for 10-days for further ...

Monsoon in two days
PUNE, MAY 20.Conditions are favourable for the onset of the southwest monsoon over the northeastern States during the next two days, according to the India Meteorological Department here today. ...

PIL against Sushma, Naqvi
LUCKNOW, MAY 20.The Lucknow Bench of the Allahabad High Court will hear next week a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) petition seeking a ban on the voting rights of senior BJP leaders Sushma Swaraj and Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi for allegedly making ...



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