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BJP unhappy over AIADMK’s seats offer

Though disappointed over Jayalalitha’s denial of the LS seats sought by BJP in Tamil Nadu, both sides would work for the success of the alliance, says senior BJP leader Ganesan
 

20 hurt in blasts in Amritsar

 

Murdered before he learnt to run

Prince Yadav, no heir apparent, but surely the crowning jewel of his parents, was mysteriously done to death after being kidnapped by unknown killers.
 

Jaya starts pre-poll ‘power’ play

The Opposition Congress has criticised the move as violation of the poll code, but the CM said she took the decision as the farmers were facing distress due to drought
 

CPI(M) demands CBI probe on hotel sale

 

Jeans lead to ‘perversion’, says MP minister

Madhya Pradesh Minister for Higher Education, Alka Jain said that a “dress code” might come into force in colleges from the next academic year.
 

Oppn disrupts Gujarat Governor’s speech

 

Hardwar jail in a sorry state

The Roshanabad jail in Hardwar has a shocking track record of security and the administration is also lax. Criminals manage to escape at will.
 

Kashmir business plans to take Uri Road to Pak

The Kashmir Chamber of Commerce and Industry believes the opening of the road could revolutionise business and trade for the strife-torn state.
 

Hema Malini joins BJP, Cong joins issue

 
 

EC, Home Secy discuss poll preparations

 

Uttarakhand student leader dead

 

Death: the wage for honest labour in Bihar

Despite being an illiterate, Musahru imparted a new dimension to the literacy campaign in his panchayat. But what killed him was his drive to stop the land mafia from grabbing the land of the poor.
 

‘No conspiracy in Babri demolition’

 

Police raid NALCO CMD’s residence

 

Advani admits farmers not touched by ‘feel good factor’

 

Parrikar’s ‘advisors’ cost Goa a packet

Just the salary bill of 15 advisors-at-large and consultants appointed by the Goa Chief Minister, is costing the state over Rs 50 lakh a year.
 

Celebrities pitch to save wildlife

 
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