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Dwivedi to hold Moily’s post temporarily
NEW DELHI: The Congress on Saturday maintained that M. Veerappa Moily had not been removed as chairman of the party’s media department but general secretary Janardan Dwivedi would step in for him till a further decision is taken. ...
“Third Front will change policies”
Yechury says country needs it to tackle the fallout of the global meltdown
BJP-JD(U) delegation meets EC
NEW DELHI: A delegation of the Bharatiya Janata Party and the Janata Dal (United) met the Election Commission here on Saturday to protest against the constitution of a task force to investigate complaints of irregularities during polling in ...
Azam Khan indulging in anti-party activity: Mulayam
“Samajwadi Party stands solidly behind its candidate Jayaprada”
Advani promises pension to farmers
Bilaspur (Himachal Pradesh): The Bharatiya Janata Party’s prime ministerial candidate L.K. Advani on Saturday promised one rank one pension to ex-servicemen and a new scheme of pension for farmers above the age of 60, if voted to power. ...
India will set up field hospital at Vavuniya
CHENNAI: An Indian field hospital will now be established at Vavuniya in war-hit Sri Lanka to treat several thousand Tamil civilians kept in relief camps, according to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh. In a written statement circulated to ...
Base station on moon is the next dream: ISRO chief
Think big, look to where the future beckons, he tells IIST students
The electronic campaign
E-mails, SMSes, voice drops… parties tap all possible ways to reach the voter
Jayaprada’s battle for Rampur
The Telugu actress is popular but her contest against the Congress’ Begum is marked by intrigue and irony
Raw deal for women
In Himachal, the BJP and the Congress have not fielded any women
First name ‘Urdu’
Supreme Court judge Pasayat retires
He came into the limelight when he ordered re-trial of the Best Bakery case in Gujarat
I have committed no crime: Varun
Pilibhit (U.P.): With the stringent National Security Act off his back, BJP candidate Varun Gandhi on Saturday accused the Centre and the Mayawati government of conspiring to hamper his election. “If I am a Hindu and have talked ...
Talks on with JD(U) for post-poll tie-up: CPI(M)
New Delhi: With Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar being wooed by the Congress, the CPI(M) too has said talks were on with the JD(U) leadership for a post-poll tie up. Observing that parties like the JD(U) and NCP would ...
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