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Manmohan convenes meet to discuss petrol price hike
Chidambaram and Deora to place specific proposals
“CPI(M) too always prepared for polls”
KOLKATA: The Communist Party of India (Marxist) too is “always prepared for elections,” Biman Bose, secretary of the party’s West Bengal Committee, said here on Sunday. The reaction follows Congress president Sonia ...
Mid-term polls imminent: JD(U)
Says Left parties should withdraw support
Pranab calls on Jyoti Basu
Paswan does not rule out snap polls
Judiciary has gone beyond the pale of accountability: Brinda Karat
Chennai: Speakers at a discussion on ‘Limits of judicial authority’ here on Sunday raised the question whether the judiciary was encroaching on the powers of the other two institutions of democracy — the executive and the ...
Nitish regime has failed, says Fernandes
PATNA: Janata Dal (United) leader and National Democratic Alliance convener George Fernandes on Sunday attacked Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar after meeting party leaders lodged in the central jail here on Sunday. “The Nitish ...
Hurriyat celebrates Musharraf’s win
SRINAGAR: Activists of the moderate faction of the Hurriyat Conference, headed by Mirwaiz Umar Farooq, on Sunday took out a procession and burst crackers to celebrate the victory of General Pervez Musharraf in the Pakistan presidential ...
Political alignment likely to change: CPI
Special session of Parliament sought
Floating shelter for Assamese
Guwahati: An indigenously developed floating flood shelter has brought hope for lakhs of flood-affected people of Assam, who suffer temporary displacement during the floods every year and are forced live in sub-human condition without proper ...
Project to link north-east and South-East Asia
Guwahati: External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee on Sunday said the Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited had started working on an optical fibre project to establish telecommunication network between India’s north-east region and south-east ...
Violence spreads to new areas in West Bengal
Assamese Muslims seek safeguards
Guwahati: A forum has demanded constitutional safeguards for Assamese Muslims as an indigenous community. It alleged that migrant Muslims of erstwhile East Bengal, East Pakistan (Present Bangladesh) have been getting all the benefits in the ...
“Pandits should avoid drawing room discussions”
Talk held on multidimensional challenges faced by the community
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