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Come Sept, Cong to seek allies

The Congress is expected to begin talks for pre-poll alliance with the “secular” parties after monsoon season.

Cong reaches out to ‘friends’

The Trinamul Congress led by West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee and the DMK are still “friends” of the Congress.

In 9 yrs, UPA has shrunk

The UPA is shrinking at a time when it is celebrating ninth anniversary on May 22, putting a question mark on the longevity and relevance of this experiment.

Sibal is given law, Joshi gets railway

Communications minister Kapil Sibal could play the role of “trouble-shooter” in his additional role as law and justice minister at a time when the Opposition is making Prime Minister Manmohan Singh the main target of attack ahead of the Lok Sabha polls.

Rahul may contest LS from K’taka too

Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi may contest a Lok Sabha seat from Karnataka after Amethi.

2 mantris sacked in a day

Union railway minister Pawan Kumar Bansal and Union law minister Ashwani Kumar resigned on Friday after being ordered to do so.

Cong-BJP propaganda war to intensify

Propaganda war between the Congress and the BJP would intensify further after the Sonia Gandhi-led party constituted a six member team to puncture the propaganda of the main Opposition ahead of the se

4 parties in key role as Houses resume today

At least four parties — Samajwadi, BSP, Trinamul and DMK — that together have 80 Lok Sabha members will play a critical role in the second half of the Budget Session which resumes Monday.

L.K. won’t contest from Gandhinagar: Vaghela

Former Union minister and Leader of the Opposition in Gujarat Assembly Shankarsinh Vaghela on Wednesday disclosed that the BJP veteran L.K.

In BJP-JD(U) game, Cong plays secular card

The Congress on Tuesday asked why the country’s political parties are silent on a debate on communalism initiated by Bihar in a move to isolate the BJP at the national level.

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