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    NEW DELHI: Congress president Sonia Gandhi on Wednesday charged the Bharatiya Janata Party with "subverting parliamentary democracy" and "spreading canards" against Prime Minister Manmohan Singh while staying away from Parliament. Urging the ...

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    NEW DELHI: Railway traffic service official Srinivasan Nagarajan has bagged the top spot in the Union Public Service Commission Civil Services (Main) Examination. The results were announced here on Wednesday. In all, 422 candidates, including ...

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