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Congress to plan poll strategy, bridge communication gap

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Hit by a series of corruption charges over the past year, the Congress will take a hard look at bridging the communication gap between the party and the government while formulating its strategy for t

Re-elected,Barack Obama heads back to divided government

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One day after a bruising, mixed-verdict election, President Barack Obama and Republican House Speaker John Boehner both pledged on Wednesday to seek a compromise to avert looming spending cuts and tax

29 die in Guatemala quake

At least 29 people died in Guatemala on Wednesday in a 7.4-magnitude undersea quake that also jolted Mexico and El Salvador.

In the worst affected San Marcos department in Guatemala, about 155 people

1 killed, 13 injured in Karachi blast

At least one security person was killed and 13 injured on Thursday when a massive blast took place at a paramilitary force's headquarters in Pakistan's port city of Karachi, a media report said.

The

Clashes break out Greece

Clashes broke out in Greece Wednesday ahead of a crucial vote on a government austerity bill in parliament.

Groups of hooded youth pelted rocks and petrol bombs at police who responded by firing tear

Woman councillor, daughter found dead in Delhi

A Congress councillor was found dead along with her baby daughter at her home in west Delhi on Thursday, police said.

Satyam Yadav, 26, a resident of west Delhi's Nangloi area was found hanging insid

Andhra High Court strikes down life ban on Azharuddin

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The Andhra Pradesh High Court Thursday struck down the life ban imposed on former India captain Mohammad Azharuddin by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) 12 years ago.

A division bench

Soumya, Harika to represent India in World Chess

Soumya Swaminathan and D. Harika would be representing India in the women's World Chess Championship to be played in Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia, from Nov 10 to Dec 3.

The third player from India to part

Russian Olympic champion wrestler conscripted

The man who won Russia's first wrestling gold medal at the London Olympics has entered army service as a conscript.

Roman Vlasov won gold in the 74kg division and now the 22-year-old considers his du

Assam readies for ASEAN-India Car Rally

The Assam government has sanctioned Rs.3.94 crore for the ASEAN-India Car Rally 2012, a section of which will be flagged off from here Dec 17.

Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi chaired a meeting of the apex

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