2007, Chandigarh, India
Updated at 3:00 am (IST)
takes charge Lucknow, May
was today sworn in as 40th Chief Minister of the state
heading a government of ‘sarvjan’ (all castes),
elected by the ‘sarvjan’ and promising a piece of the
development cake for the ‘sarvjan’.
UP Governor TV Rajeshwar with BSP supremo Mayawati after she took oath as Chief Minister of the state at Raj Bhavan in Lucknow on Sunday.
— PTI photo
Kalam, who? Cong,
Left await BSP stance New Delhi, May 13
With the process of
consultations having begun in the UPA for choosing a
candidate for the presidential elections, both the
Congress and Left parties are awaiting feelers from the
BSP which is set to play a significant role in the choice
of nominee for the highest constitutional office in the
recent UP election results signify
caste consolidation not caste
divisiveness. Do you agree?
violence in Karachi Three more
killed, toll rises to 39
Karachi, May 13
Three more persons were killed in fresh violence in the tense Pakistani
city taking the toll in yesterday’s bloody clashes to 39 dead as
President Pervez Musharraf and supporters of suspended Chief Justice
Iftikar M Chaudhry blamed each other for the deaths.
resigns from cabinet Chennai, May 13
communication and IT minister Dayananidhi Maran tonight
resigned from the union cabinet after the DMK decided to
get him removed from it in the wake of the severe
embarrassment to Chief Minister M. Karunanidhi following
the exposure of chinks in the party’s first family.
farm growth Full
planning panel meets today New Delhi, May
The full Planning
Commission, headed by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, meets
here tomorrow to discuss the proposals to provide better
technical and financial assistance to the agriculture sector
and to arrest the slowdown in farm growth.
attacks: More than 60 Iraqis killed Baghdad, May 13
A suicide truck bomber
crashed into offices of a Kurdish political party today,
killing at least 45 persons and wounding scores, including a
mayor, officials said. It was the second suicide attack in
Kurdish areas of the north in four days.
Road blockade over ‘fake encounter’ Tea workers attack protesters; curfew in Tinsukia Guwahati, May 13
Indefinite curfew has been clamped in areas under three eastern Assam police stations in Doom Dooma, Dolla and Kakopathar in Tinsukia district following violent clashes between ULFA sympathisers and tea garden workers at
’em young, Maoist style Alert sounded along the
Patna, May 13
"Catch them young" is now
the slogan of Maoists in Bihar. In their bid to regroup after their
counterparts in Nepal joined mainstream politics, Maoists here have come
out with a new recruitment scheme that revolves around targeting hapless
villagers to send a male or female child to join the Red army.
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