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New ‘secular democratic alternative’ vows to form government
Efforts on to defuse situation in Pakistan
Indications that Zardari may agree to a compromise
CCS reviews situation
NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Thursday reviewed the situation in Pakistan in the wake of political instability prevailing there. At a meeting of the Cabinet Committee on Security (CCS), which Dr. Singh chaired for the first ...
Crackdown on Pakistan lawyers continues
ISLAMABAD: Even as efforts were on to pull back Pakistan’s two warring political parties from the brink of a confrontation on the streets, in Karachi police sealed a major highway to prevent a large group of lawyers from travelling ...
EC slaps notice on Mulayam
NEW DELHI: The Election Commission on Thursday sent notice to Samajwadi Party president Mulayam Singh, in the wake of a video clipping showing people at a public gathering he attended being allegedly bribed by his supporters and ...
Chawla warns Independents acting as surrogates
CHENNAI: Election Commissioner Navin Chawla on Thursday warned that the expenses of Independents acting as surrogates would be added to the accounts of the main candidates. Mr. Chawla, who was here to review preparedness for the Lok ...
CPI(M) non-committal on being part of a Third Front government
Will work to consolidate anti-Congress, anti-BJP forces: Karat
IPL matches: States want Central forces
Jail for shoe thrower
My reaction was natural, says journalist Muntazer Al-Zaidi
Industrial growth shrinks
Manufacturing and mining sectors pull down growth
Three Indian bidders register for Satyam
Company board to meet today to take stock of the situation
Congress-Trinamool seal accord
Congress to contest in 14 seats, Mamata’s party in 28
Another Meghalaya Minister quits
Guwahati: Health Minister in the Donkupar Roy-led Meghalaya Progressive Alliance (MPA) government Advisor Pariong resigned on Thursday, reducing the strength of the Nationalist Congress Party-led ruling coalition in the 60-member Assembly to ...
An agreement marked by wrangling, pressure
Kolkata: Eleven days after their leaders announced here that they would jointly fight the Lok Sabha polls in West Bengal, the electoral understanding between the Trinamool Congress and the Congress has been formalised. The agreement on ...
Sri Lankan Army finds chemical warfare equipment
For Sehwag nothing has changed
The dashing opener has transformed his batting with the addition of pull stroke
Sahara sun could power all of Europe
First findings of major research point to potential of revolutionary solar energy plan
Another oil spill threatens marine life
Workers try to clean up Australian beaches but it looks like a long haul
Armed robbers decamp with Rs.50-lakh booty
CHENNAI: Three armed robbers struck at a house at Anna Nagar here on Wednesday night and made away with Rs.10 lakh and diamond jewellery worth Rs.40 lakh. The police said Ashok Malpani (59) and his wife Latha Malpani (50) of Z Block ...
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