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May 21, 2004

He was very quiet, not the sort who make great politicians," said Dr Ian Little, Manmohan Singh's supervisor at the Oxfo ...
May 20, 2004

Janata Party President Dr Subramanian Swamy has said all patriotic and secular forces should rally behind PM-designate M ...
May 3, 2004

Janata Party President Dr Subramanian Swamy said a post-poll alliance, comprising parties other than the BJP and Sonia G ...
April 18, 2004

As ex-CM Ajit Jogi lies bed-ridden in a Mumbai hospital, Dr Renu Jogi has taken the mantle of campaign for her husband i ...
April 19, 2004

Dr Murli Manohar Joshi is one of the top three leaders of BJP. He is a scholar, scientist and a charismatic mass leader.
March 17, 2004

Ajay Verma is water expert working for the government in Kerala. He was deputed to lead the watershed development projec ...
April 24, 2004

After being the favourite clotheshorse of fashion designer Rohit Bal for several years now, Haryana boy Ajay Balhara is ...
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May 1, 2004

Cong suffered a severe jolt in Haryana when HPCC vice-president and former Minister Dr KR Punia resigned from the party ...
May 4, 2004

The battle here is between BJP's Lalitha Kumara-mangalam and PMK's Dr M Ramadoss, a former economic professor of Central ...
May 7, 2004

PMK's Dr S Ramadoss made it clear here that only a secular govt headed by Congress should rule the country.
April 30, 2004

They are bona fide medical practitioners (their degrees say so) engaged in a political enterprise. They are busy stumpin ...
May 14, 2004

Ajay Maken started off with odds all stacked against him. The seat (New Delhi) was unfamiliar territory and the rival (J ...
April 23, 2004

The three main contenders ? Ajay Chautala, Surender Singh and Kuldeep Bishnoi ? do not only belong to most prominent pol ...
May 14, 2004

The only place where the lotus did not wilt was at VK Malhotra's Dr. B D Marg residence. As soon as news of his win came ...
November 11, 2003

Poor corporate governance can kill the emerging equity culture as happened in Germany, writes Dr Bhaskar Dasgupta.
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