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Arrangements in place for counting of votes on May 16: Chawla
It’s stocktaking time for parties
NEW DELHI: After the fifth and last phase of polling for the 15th Lok Sabha on Wednesday, a mood of transition set in in the capital’s political corridors. With the exit polls showing a hung Lok Sabha, various players and parties were ...
I’ll wait till May 16: Jayalalithaa
CHENNAI: AIADMK general secretary Jayalalithaa said on Wednesday that she had been getting “feelers” from a number of parties but would wait till May 16 for the poll results, before deciding the future course of action. ...
Sri Lankan troops plan major rescue operation
FROM THE WAR ZONE: The Sri Lankan military is all set to launch a major operation to rescue the civilians held hostage by the LTTE inside the fast shrinking new safety zone (NSZ) along the narrow strip on the Mullaithivu coast. Hectic ...
Exit polls, survey give Congress, allies a slender edge
NEW DELHI: The Congress-led alliance held a slight edge over the Bharatiya Janata Party and its allies across three exit polls/survey telecast by television news networks, while the Third Front crosses the three-figure mark in the 543-member ...
UPA, NDA locked in a close race
Societies is based on a post-poll survey carried out in 536 Lok Sabha constituenciesamong a random sample of the electorate. The provisional findings of thesurvey suggest there is no overriding national wave that cuts across differentregions and ...
High turnout in Tamil Nadu
Naresh Gupta puts the provisional polling statistics at “67-68 per cent”
Varun moves Supreme Court
New Delhi: BJP leader Varun Gandhi on Wednesday moved the Supreme Court for a direction to the Uttar Pradesh government to accept the Advisory Board’s recommendation to the State to revoke the detention order passed under the National ...
U.S. envoy meets Advani
NEW DELHI: United States’ Charge d’Affaires Peter Burleigh on Wednesday met Bharatiya Janata Party leader L. K. Advani for “routine consultations,” said sources in the U.S. Embassy. Categorically denying that the ...
Third Front leaders to meet on May 18
To scotch speculation on front’s unity
HYDERABAD/BANGALORE: The Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) has been postponed due to “tampering” of the boxes containing the test material. The exam was to be held on May 17 for admission to national law schools and reputed ...
Bhatia does it for Daredevils
Gilchrist and Symonds’s gallant efforts go in vain
Seen doing relief work among Swat refugees
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