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    AIADMK scores upset victories
    "Alliance of the people bigger than the seven-party alliance," says Jayalalithaa

    We could do better, says Manmohan
    NEW DELHI: Assessing the performance of the United Progressive Alliance Government, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Monday gave it six points on a scale of 1-10 but asserted that he would never be satisfied with 60 per cent and believed that his ...

    CPI(M): needs of the poor yet to be addressed
    "But the people are still hopeful"

    Guilty verdict for Abu Bakar Bashir
    JAKARTA: Indonesia's High Court has upheld a 30-month prison sentence for accused terror chief Abu Bakar Bashir for conspiracy in the 2002 Bali nightclub bombings, a court official said on Monday. Lawyers for Bashir, who the United States and ...

    5 get life term in anti-Sikh riot case
    NEW DELHI: Two decades after five persons burnt to death a man during the anti-Sikh riots that rocked the capital following the assassination of the then Prime Minister, Indira Gandhi, a Delhi court on Monday sentenced all of them to life ...

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