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``Adequate security ensured free and fair elections''
Chief Election CommissionerN. Gopalaswamijustifies the seven-phase elections for the Uttar Pradesh Assembly stretching for over a month. In an interview toThe Hindu,he says though the period was a little long it has ensured free and fair polls in the State. Excerpts:
Micro Finance Bill not a balanced law: Minister
Does not give role to markets: Jairam Ramesh
21 feared dead in a blast in an explosives factory near Nashik
Unit manufactured Class-II explosives used for rock-blasting, well-digging
Smart Card to curb kerosene diversion
To ensure that subsidy reaches targeted consumers
Lack of funds for training sportspersons flayed
Create special corpus, says parliamentary panel
Mufti hits out at critics of troop reduction demand
Assails senior Army official's remark on issue
JKLF puts off `freedom journey'
SRINAGAR: The pro-Independent Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front on Saturday postponed its "Safr-e-Azadi" (journey for freedom) as the authorities refused to allow it without prior permission. The journey through the valley was scheduled to ...
CBI to investigate Dow's disclosure
Preliminary enquiry established the bribing of CIB official
Temple issue not on the BJP's election agenda in Ayodhya
Managers harp on development, candidate woos Muslims
India, U.S., EU should intervene, says Ranil Wickremesinghe
CHENNAI: A solution to the ethnic problem in Sri Lanka can be found only with the intervention of India, the U.S. and the European Union, said the former Prime Minister of Sri Lanka, Ranil Wickremesinghe, here on Saturday. Talking to ...
Anti-quota stir: Venugopal played `provocative' role
Thorat panel submits report to Anbumani
Police remand of IPS officers extended
Hearing on plea for brain-mapping tests fixed for May 8
Wild elephants go on the rampage
A tribal and his daughter have been killed in Gajapati district
Battlelines drawn: Vanzara
Says charges against him were " concocted"
Farm scientists discuss contract farming
To make it feasible to cater to corporate food chains, supermarkets
Pereira case: judge resigns
MUMBAI: In a surprise development, Additional Sessions Judge of Mumbai Ajit Mishra, who had faced criticism from the Bombay High Court for handing mild punishment to businessman Alistair Pereira, has resigned. Mr. Mishra cited no reason, in ...
Writer, artist receive Devan Memorial Medal
50th death anniversary of Tamil writer commemorated
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