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No untoward incident reported from any constituency
Tata spoke frankly, says PAC chief
Niira Radia “was not being direct and frank”
Charge sheet identical to CAG findings
The only difference is in revenue loss, which the investigating agency CBI put at Rs.30,984 crore
No parting with goodies this time, says Sachin Tendulkar
‘Dhoni is the best captain I have played under'
ASSEMBLY ELECTIONS 2011
The ethnic cauldron
Will strong regional aspirations play a bigger role in the battle in the northern region of West Bengal than mainstream parties are willing to admit, asks MARCUS DAM
Two decades on, MGR is still a vote-catcher
AIADMK ropes in small-time artistes to belt out old hits that strike a chord with masses
Achuthanandan secure in his ‘fortress'
Kerala Chief Minister V.S. Achuthanandan, the 87-year-old CPI(M) warhorse, launched his election campaign in Malampuzha in Palakkad district with a call to fight against corruption in all walks of life. His appeal to save democracy from ...
‘We are contesting only to sit in the Opposition'
Leader of the Opposition in the Lok Sabha, Sushma Swaraj, who formally launched the BJP's election campaign in Kerala here last week, spoke to ROY MATHEW about the party's poll plank and objectives. Excerpts: Your party is squeezed ...
‘The EC is favouring AIADMK'
No politician has played his cards as cleverly as Pattali Makkal Katchi (PMK) leader S. Ramadoss has over the years. Since 1998, he has almost always ensured he is part of the winning alliance in Tamil Nadu. His calculations went wrong only ...
On shifting sands
Residents of Nirmalchar island in West Bengal have little faith in electoral promises
Still without an identity
Many Bangladeshi refugees in West Bengal are yet to receive voting rights
Thalekunnil Basheer — who was made temporary president of the KPCC(I) when the incumbent, Ramesh Chennithala, was asked by the high command to contest the Assembly election — seems to be taking his assignment very ...
EC orders suspension of former poll official
Sai Baba's condition critical
HYDERABAD: The condition of Sri Sathya Sai Baba turned critical on Monday evening as some of his vital systems were not ‘adequately responding' to treatment. A bulletin issued by A.N. Safaya, Director, Sri Sathya Sai Institute of ...
In Jharkhand, children slug it out in ‘rat holes' to make a living
Many work in unscientifically built mines, employing crude methods and risking their lives
Dhoni, Sachin will fly Sukhoi
It will be an honour for us, says IAF chief
New Year resolve to end corruption
Residents erected a ‘gudi' with a black cloth
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