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2nd test for BSY tomorrow

Bengaluru, Oct. 12: In the first instance of any leader facing a trial of strength in the Legislative Assembly twice in four days, the Chief Minister, Mr B.S. Yeddyurappa, will go through another trus

BJP to parade MLAs before Prez

Bengaluru, Oct. 11: Angry BJP leaders, who had initially celebrated their victory, announced they would parade their MLAs before the President in New Delhi on Tuesday.

Reacting on the issue, the BJP

Most Americans would dump Obama in 2012: poll

Washington: Most Americans don't like the way President Barack Obama is running the country, and if voters could have their say today, only 38 per cent would re-elect him, according to a new poll.

Somalia's Prime Minister resigns amid tensions

Somalia’s Prime Minister resigned on Tuesday to prevent what he called political turmoil amid an impasse with the country's President.

Sonia tries to reason J&K anger

New Delhi, Sept. 15: Acknowledging that restlessness among the people is brewing in the troubled Jammu and Kashmir, the Congress president, Mrs Sonia Gandhi, on Wednesday suggested that the country sh

President asks teachers to prevent ragging from taking place

Strongly condemning incidents of ragging in educational institutions, President, Ms Pratibha Patil, on Sunday exhorted teachers to prevent the menace from taking place in any establishment in the coun

Pak sees Pawar hand

London, Sept. 3: Pakistan on Friday lashed out at the ICC for suspending three of its players facing spot-fixing charges and sought to insinuate that its President, Mr Sharad Pawar, had a hand in the

President to visit flood hit Leh tomorrow

President, Ms Pratibha Patil, will visit cloudburst affected Leh district of Jammu and Kashmir on Wednesday and assess the ongoing relief and rehabilitation works.

"During her stay, the President wi

Kishenji offers truce,wants Didi to mediate

Kolkata/New Delhi, Aug. 18: Top Maoist leader Kishenji late on Tuesday night suggested a three-month ceasefire by both sides and talks for a peace process.

The truce offer comes two days after the Pr

Let’s talk, Prez tells Maoists

New Delhi, Aug. 14: On the eve of the nation’s 64th Independence Day, the President, Ms Pratibha Devisingh Patil, urged Maoist rebels to abandon the path of violence. She asked them to come to the neg

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