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‘It must be acceptable to political parties and the people. Now I want to develop the whole country.'
Yeddyurappa holds out as BJP wants him to quit
Karnataka Chief Minister's exit “a matter of time”
I'm my own successor: Yeddyurappa
BANGALORE: Under mounting pressure to quit over alleged land scams, Chief Minister B.S. Yeddyurappa on Sunday claimed that he had the support of all party MLAs and that there was no successor to him. “The only successor is B.S. ...
AICC seeks report on Sakshi programme from A.P. unit
NEW DELHI: As Congress functionaries across Andhra Pradesh staged protests over a programme telecast by the Sakshi channel against Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, party president Sonia Gandhi and All India Congress Committee general secretary ...
Mass movements must fight corporates: Arundhati Roy
“They are eyeing rich natural resources of tribal heartlands”
Kumaraswamy makes fresh allegations
Releases documents to support charges against Yeddyurappa of ‘favouritism' to private firm
Dalits re-enter temple amid police security
Nearly 300 Dalits offered prayers on the occasion of ‘Thirukarthigai' Day
V.S. Naipaul says it's all over for him
“I may write just one last book”
Preeja, Kavita one-two in 10,000m
Sudha wins steeplechase gold; unprecedented success for Indian women
Ronjan Sodhi wins double trap gold
Spectacular performance by the Indian; Shaikh Almaktoum takes silver
India finishes on top of the pool
GUANGZHOU: India confirmed its berth in the semifinals, a spot it missed out at the last edition in Doha, with a 3-2 victory over Japan in Pool ‘B' of the men's hockey competition in the Asian Games on Sunday. There was an ...
Over 300 films to be screened at IFFI
PANAJI: Over 300 movies from 61 countries will be screened over the next 10 days at the 41st International Film Festival of India (IFFI) 2010, to be inaugurated by Railway Minister Mamata Banerjee here on Monday. Producer-director Yash ...
Diverting water to Lavasa can be disastrous for Pune: Hazare
Pune: In a letter to Maharashtra Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan, social worker Anna Hazare has highlighted several problems including those of Lavasa. On the irregularities in the Lavasa Lake City project that the former Revenue ...
Protest after 3 killed by speeding trains
MUMBAI: Three persons were killed and another seriously injured after being hit by speeding suburban trains in separate incidents near Vikhroli station on Sunday, sparking protests by locals that led to the disruption of services on the ...
Manipur goes without newspapers
IMPHAL: No newspaper hit the stands in Manipur on Sunday as editors and journalists could not attend office on Saturday in view of the death threats by militants of a proscribed outfit. The All-Manipur Working Journalists' Union is shortly ...
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