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Anticipatory bail expires tomorrow
Take legal action: Nitish
NEW DELHI: Bihar Chief Minister and Janata Dal (United) leader Nitish Kumar has demanded that legal action be taken against the Bharatiya Janata Party’s Pilibhit candidate, Varun Gandhi, for inciting communal hatred soon after the ...
Rajapaksa committed to devolution: Manmohan
In a letter to Karunanidhi, he also refers to condition of Tamils in island nation
Rahul Gandhi defends Manmohan
PUDUCHERRY: Congress general secretary Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday endorsed and defended Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s record in power, saying he had achieved a lot for the country. “He didn’t buckle in front of ...
EC may take up Mulayam case today
NEW DELHI: The Election Commission is likely to discuss on Thursday issuing notice to Samajwadi Party president Mulayam Singh for his alleged threatening speech against District Magistrate and District Election Officer S. Minishti in Mainpuri ...
A son speaks
Puducherry: Terming the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) a terrorist group, Congress general secretary Rahul Gandhi said here on Wednesday that the “LTTE has killed my father.” Responding to queries on the ...
Lalu, Mulayam may come together: Amar
NEW DELHI: Following the failure of their pre-poll alliance with the Congress in Bihar and Uttar Pradesh, Rashtriya Janata Dal chief Lalu Prasad and Samajwadi Party president Mulayam Singh have decided to come together and campaign for each ...
Race shows no clear electoral trend
The UPA is the frontrunner but none of the contending fronts has a easy route to power, says Yogendra Yadav
Hitting the high notes
For the last two decades, he has conveyed his joy, anguish, dreams and fears through his musical compositions; today, he is trying to reach out to the electorate with his battle cry: wipe out the CPI (M). Kabir Suman is the Trinamool ...
‘Our good work will see us through’
The Praja Rajyam will benefit the Congress by dividing the Opposition vote
Saran: India finalising sites for U.S.-origin nuclear reactors
NEW DELHI: The Union Government is finalising locations for $150-billion U.S. nuclear power reactors promised to Washington during negotiations for ending India’s isolation from global nuclear commerce, Prime Minister’s Special ...
We’re waiting for Dalai Lama to fulfil conditions
NEW DELHI: Maintaining that the door for negotiations with the Dalai Lama was still open, China on Wednesday called upon him to stop sponsoring violence and drop several pre-conditions that were unacceptable to Beijing. ...
China, India must jointly work to beat downturn: Zhang
NEW DELHI: Though no meeting has been finalised so far between Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and the Chinese President Hu Jintao at the coming G-20 summit in London on April 2, China indicated its desire to work with India in mitigating the ...
No stay on order to suspend two police officers
Aishwarya Bachchan to be Indian Barbie
London: Bollywood superstar Aishwarya Bachchan may soon join the ranks of Hollywood beauties like Beyonce Knowles, Elizabeth Taylor and Diana Ross, by becoming the first Indian face of the legendary doll ‘Barbie.’ The ...
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