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March 30, 2004

Another senior RJD minister Purnamasi Ram on Tuesday quit from the cabinet after being denied party ticket to Bagha LS s ...
April 11, 2004

City-centric politics has proved disastrous for the party. Its base outside Kolkata is shrinking rapidly and in surprisi ...
April 2, 2004

Two factions of the Republican Party of India would be joining the Janata party alliance. The alliance would contest in ...
April 13, 2004

Karnataka unit of BJP said it would ask its cadres to foil any attempt to use money, muscle and liquor power by the ruli ...
April 10, 2004

Times, clearly, are not e-changing for the CPI(M). Far from the hi-tech campaigns launched by the BJP and Congress, the ...
April 11, 2004

Congress president Sonia Gandhi has broke her enduring silence on the BJP?s raking up of the Bofors controversy ?deliber ...
April 19, 2004

Priyanka Gandhi today indicated that she has no immediate plans to enter electoral politics but was ready to campaign ex ...
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April 1, 2004

A Tamil rebel-backed party could hold the key to forming the next govt if, as predicted, Friday's poll produces a deadlo ...
April 10, 2004

The Congress is trying to use "Akshara Dasoha", the ambitious mid-day meal scheme in state as its trump card in the fort ...
April 2, 2004

Cong accuses BJP of denigrating names of national leaders like Mahatma Gandhi who is mentioned alongwith RSS leaders Shy ...
April 14, 2004

The Congress in Gujarat is in an unenviable position. It has too few seats under its belt. It is short on enthusiasm. It ...
April 13, 2004

Union minister Vinod Khanna disclosed that his party had asked him to contest the Lok Sabha elections against sitting Co ...
April 12, 2004

With the communal fever that swept Gujarat after Godhra waning, Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi who won the BJP the ...
April 12, 2004

Former Union Communication Minister Sukhram has joined the Congress and announced merger of his Himachal Vikas Congress ...
April 18, 2004

Karnataka Chief Minister SM Krishna said he was confident that Congress would secure an 'absolute majority'.
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