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Incidents of naxal violence, group clashes and boycott reported
India seeks greater access to aid agencies
Troops advance further; time for ceasefire over: Rajapaksa
10 Sri Lankans die on high seas
KAKINADA: Ten Sri Lankan fisherfolk have died of starvation on the high seas in the Bay of Bengal while fleeing the war-ravaged Mullaithivu. Eleven people survived and landed in a fibre boat at Uppada, near here, on Wednesday ...
CPI(M) says it’s far from fair in Darjeeling
KOLKATA: Thursday’s Lok Sabha elections in the Darjeeling hills were far from fair, the Left Front leadership said here. “There was one-sided voting in the region,” Biman Bose, Left Front Committee chairman, ...
All for a single voter
NEW DELHI: The Election Commission on Thursday created history by deploying its men and machinery just to collect one vote, that too in the polling station set up in the Gir forest of Gujarat, sanctuary for the Asiatic ...
Bus fare revision a code violation: Naresh Gupta
CHENNAI: Following a reduction in bus fares by State-owned Transport Corporations, Chief Electoral Officer Naresh Gupta on Thursday said such revision was a violation of the model code of conduct. “It is a violation [of the code] ...
Preliminary probe suggests suicide
MUMBAI: Preliminary investigations into the death of Airworks technician Bharat Borge, who found pebbles in the fuel tank of industrialist Anil Ambani’s helicopter, indicated suicide, the Railway Police said on Thursday. Borge was ...
No case of swine flu in India
Surveillance stepped up; States told to probe and contain suspected clusters of influenza-like illness
Inflation ends a tad higher
NEW DELHI: Contrary to expectations, the rate of inflation clawed up a tad higher to 0.57 per cent for the week ended April 18 from 0.26 per cent in the previous week mainly owing to rising prices of essential food articles. Though still ...
India fully geared, says WHO
NEW DELHI: The World Health Organisation on Thursday said India had a “tremendous capacity” to deal with the swine flu situation in the event of an outbreak. Director of Communicable Diseases (WHO) Jai P. Narain told ...
Congress likely to improve tally
But high-profile dissidents and the Bahujan Samaj Party could cut into the party’s vote share
Beedi workers of Jangipur hold key
Villagers are affected by poverty, malnutrition, high infant-mortality rates and chronic ailments
Out of sight, out of mind
On NRIs and the lack of a system that enables them to vote
Hand towels with party symbols popular with leaders and cadres in the sweltering heat of the campaign
Raina’s fireworks sinks Rajasthan Royals
IPL / CSK has five points from six games
Dilshan delivers the goods for Delhi Daredevils yet again
The Sehwag-led side ends Deccan Chargers’ unbeaten run in the tournament
Mumbai Indians has the edge
Kolkata Knight Riders needs a miracle to bounce back
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