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Mulayam puts blame on poll panel
"Measures taken by it deterred voters "

BJP condemns communal CD
"Categorically declares it does not approve of contents"

Defeat for communal parties: CPI(M)
NEW DELHI: The Communist Party of India (Marxist) on Friday viewed the Uttar Pradesh Assembly election results as a defeat of communal parties led by the Bharatiya Janata Party and congratulated the Bahujan Samaj Party on the victory. ``The ...

Kalam's vision for India: employment, health and food security for all
1857 brought together people of different religions, communities and regions: Manmohan

Additional affidavit hearing on May 15
"Fake encounter at police behest"

Supreme Court allows use of four Bt. cotton species
Verify whether it causes toxicity

``Rights of Kashmiris trampled upon''
SRINAGAR: Calling for immediate restoration of civil administration in rural areas of Kashmir, where the "Army is at the helm," human rights activists on Friday urged the Centre to involve the people in finding a solution to the Kashmir ...

Manmohan, Deshmukh discuss power shortage
Augmentation of power supply, speedy clearance of projects discussed

Both Houses adjourned on MPs' request
Presiding officers act on members' requests

Former soldiers take up arms
To help combat wildlife poaching

Rights activist Irom Sharmila gets bail
NEW DELHI: A Delhi court on Friday granted bail to human rights activist Irom Chanu Sharmila, who has been on a fast-unto-death for over six years demanding repeal of the Armed Forces (Special Powers) Act. She is facing prosecution for ...

Cabinet nod likely for revival of tea gardens
11 tea gardens will be reopened in Kerala by May 27

The Canberra's tale of valour
The Indian Air Force's longest-serving aircraft type calls it a day IAF aircraft type phased out

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