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January 1, 2006

Emerging from his meeting with the TC chief, Mukherjee also WBPCC president said the issue would be discussed at the Pra ...
May 10, 2004

DMK has ruled out the possibility of a third front emerging after the LS polls and said his party would continue to be a ...
January 28, 2003

Ignoring discontent in its Nagaland unit, the BJP Central leadership said it has a consensus with regional parties to co ...
May 14, 2004

Ruling Mizo National Front emerged winner in the lone LS seat in the state despite several parties forming an alliance t ...
January 2, 2006

Left parties attack Govt for disinvestment of PSUs, saying this was not the proper way to raise resources.
May 3, 2004

Janata Party President Dr Subramanian Swamy said a post-poll alliance, comprising parties other than the BJP and Sonia G ...
May 13, 2004

Of the 39 seats in the state, DMK-led Democratic Progressive Alliance is leading in 35 seats. Others were ahead in remai ...
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May 14, 2004

Laloo's softness towards Mulayam comes as a surprise as he has accused him of having weakened the secular alliance by pl ...
May 17, 2004

SP-RLD combine, having 39 MPs, met President Kalam and handed over the letter of support for Cong-led alliance to form n ...
May 3, 2004

The BJP has ruled out any post-poll alliance with the SP and accused its leader Mulayam Singh Yadav and BSP's Mayawati o ...
May 13, 2004

Of the total 18 seats, NDA is leading in 12 while Cong-NCP alliance is leading in 5 in the initial round of counting.
May 5, 2004

Sushma Swaraj said that Congress has no right to ask as to who will be the next PM after Vajpayee, as it has failed to d ...
May 14, 2004

Many of the winning candidates from the constituents of the Democratic Progressive Alliance called on DMK President M Ka ...
May 2, 2004

The Congress in Faridkot has suffered a jolt with workers union of FCI and Allied Workers Union announcing their support ...
April 20, 2004

TV exit polls predicted 78 to 93 seats for BJP and its allies and 44 to 55 seats for the Cong-led alliance.
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