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Chiranjeevi gets Sonia’s call, says ready for any post


The Praja Rajyam chief, K. Chiranjeevi, who was summoned by the Congress president Sonia Gandhi, arrived in New Delhi on Tuesday evening starting rumours that he might be destined for a key position s

Exit poll story: Reds out, Didi, Jaya in

In West Bengal, the Marxists are out in the cold.

Exit polls broadcast by several television channels after the last phase ended in the state on Tuesday afternoon indicated a complete rout of the Le

Lokpal Bill should include defence: Ayukta


Karnataka Lokayukta and one of the civil society members in the Lokpal draft committee, Justice N Santosh Hedge, said on Monday that Defence deals and even institutions like ISRO would be brought unde

Death for honour killers: Supreme Court


The Supreme Court, in another ruling on honour killings, took a tough stance, saying the prosecution should seek the death penalty for those indulging in such “barbaric and feudal” practices in a coun

Chandy, Chennithala get flak for failing pest test


Top Congress leaders came under attack from party functionaries on Saturday for allowing Chief Minister Mr V.S. Achuthananadan to steal the thunder over the endosulfan issue.

Both Opposition leader M

12 lakh to take AIEEE ton May 1

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About 12 lakh students across the country are expected to write the All India Engineering Entrance Examination (AIEEE) on Sunday.

For the first time, one lakh candidates from 20 cities in India will

Charge all M Karunanidhi kin, says Jaya


Alleging that chief minister M. Karunanidhi had “characteristically” come up with a “convoluted defence” of his daughter Kanimozhi after she was indicted by the CBI in the 2G scam, AIADMK general secr

KPCC: Package for pesticide victims


The KPCC president, Mr Ramesh Chennithala, announced that once the UDF comes to power, its first priority would be the implementation of a special package for endosulfan victims.

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Nightmare for economy passengers


It has been a nightmare for economy class passengers on Air India flights.

With the strike by pilots of the national carrier entering its third day on Friday when at least 126 domestic flights were

Karnataka opposes bail to Madani


The Karnataka government on Friday strongly opposed the bail plea of 2008 Bengaluru serial bomb blasts key accused and PDP leader Abdul Naseer Madani in the Supreme Court accusing him of indulging in

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