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Party in no mood to accommodate RJD, SP
SP offers “constructive support”
NEW DELHI: Samajwadi Party president Mulayam Singh, accompanied by party general secretary Amar Singh, met Prime Minister Manmohan Singh here on Sunday evening. The two leaders are understood to have offered “constructive ...
LTTE wages hopeless battle
No clarity on the fate of its chief Prabakaran
“Local factors, new outfits have led to defeat of Congress leaders”
Azam Khan quits Samajwadi Party posts, but stays in party
Abstains from the parliamentary board meeting held in New Delhi; apathy of Muslim voters reflected in the voting trend
Ministerial berth sought for Manipur
IMPHAL: Rajya Sabha MP from Manipur Rishang Keishing announced on Sunday that the Congress in Manipur will urge the party leaders and Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to give a ministerial berth to the State as the party won both seats. He ...
An enduring symbol of responsive governance
The LDF government in Kerala is taking steps to revitalise the economy of the State in the wake of the global economic downturn
Lalu to continue support to UPA
“It is the prerogative of the Congress to choose its allies”
The toss-up is between Joshi and Sushma
A strong view in BJP is there is no need to “persuade” Advani
Left to be responsible Opposition
Each party to review the reversal individually
Mamata sets her sights on Assembly polls
KOLKATA: After the major success in West Bengal, the Trinamool Congress leadership is now looking towards convincing its ally, the Congress — which is all set to lead the next government at the Centre — of bringing forward the date ...
From greenhorn to history-scripting politician
‘Mr. Clean’ scores hat-trick in Orissa Assembly elections on development plank
How the States Voted
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NCP biggest loser in Maharashtra
It didn’t cash in on demand for Maratha reservation, projection of Pawar as PM
Rohit the hero as Chargers grabs last-ball win
JOHANNESBURG: Rohit Sharma hit 22 runs off the final over to carry the Deccan Chargers to a pulsating six-wicket win over the Kolkata Knight Riders in the Indian Premier League (IPL) on Saturday. Rohit, who hit an unbeaten 32 from 13 ...
Hayden’s knock did it for us
The overall problem with Knight Riders, I feel, is their lack of confidence, writes Stephen Fleming
Super Kings takes on distraught KKR
Penultimate chance for McCullum’s men to put an end to their nightmare
Delhi Daredevils defeats Rajasthan Royals, stays on top
Bloemfontein: Delhi Daredevils comfortably defeated Rajasthan Royals by 14 runs in an Indian Premier League (IPL) cricket match at the OUTsurance Oval on Sunday. A.B. de Villiers’s 55-ball unbeaten 79 steered Delhi to a score of ...
Generating awareness of need to control high blood pressure
Doctors say people with diabetes are at an increased risk
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