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UPA government a failure: Advani
PALAKKAD/THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Bharatiya Janata Party leader L.K. Advani has said that the Manmohan Singh government is the first one in free India without a single achievement to its credit as it seeks a mandate for another term in the Lok ...
Mamata to join Sonia, Pranab in Jangipur meeting
Kolkata: Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee is set to join United Progressive Alliance chairperson Sonia Gandhi and External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee during the proposed election meeting in Mr. Mukherjee’s constituency of ...
Jaitley slams Congress ‘dishonesty’
CHANDIGARH: Bharatiya Janata Party general secretary Arun Jaitley on Sunday not only described Prime Minister Manmohan Singh as the “weakest Prime Minister” but also challenged his claim that he (Dr. Singh) was unaware of the clean ...
Congress hits back at Modi
Panaji: The Congress on Sunday said the BJP should first dump its leaders Atal Bihari Vajpayee and L.K. Advani in the Arabian sea, if it feels its rival is an old party. “The man who made the statement on the old age of the ...
Resume talks, says Pakistan Minister
New Delhi: Making a strong pitch for resumption of composite dialogue stalled after November 2008 Mumbai attacks, Pakistan has said that India’s concerns could be addressed only by cooperating with it and not by accusing it. ...
We’re not against English, says Samajwadi Party
After criticism for opposing English and computers in its manifesto
No evidence to prove India’s link
Probe still on: Interior Ministry chief
Mulayam’s Madurai connection
Why are portraits of former U.P. Chief Minister hanging in this college?
‘She’ is actually a man
A live model of the JD(S) party symbol — a woman draped in a green sari with a stack of paddy on her head — is actually a man, and a diehard fan of the party at that. Only a few people who have seen the party mascot standing ...
No reason to think my opponent is weak: Pranab
KOLKATA: External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee has said that he would not underestimate the strength of his opponent in the Jangipur constituency. In a two-hour long interview to a regional television channel he said: “Since ...
India working on ratification procedures
Mumbai: India is working on the ratification procedures of the India Specific Safeguards Agreement (ISSA), signed with the International Atomic Energy Agency on February 2 in Vienna, to place its civilian nuclear power plants for international ...
Congress, BJP deride SP manifesto
NEW DELHI: The Congress and the Bharatiya Janata Party on Sunday criticised the Samajwadi Party’s manifesto which opposed English education and computers, saying it must be rejected by people. “A manifesto like this which ...
Scarlette case: contempt petition disposed of
PANAJI: The Goa Bench of the Bombay High Court has disposed of a contempt petition filed by a local activist against Anjuna police inspector Ramesh Gaonkar in the British teenager Scarlette Keeling death case. Mr. Gaonkar informed the court ...
Lalgarh tribal leader softens stance
Chief Electoral Officer suggests deployment of Central forces
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