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Rahul rattles NDA, upsets allies Fresh overture to the Left & like-minded leaders New Delhi, May 5
Congress general secretary Rahul Gandhi today caused a flutter in political circles with his comments that he had respect for Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar and TDP leader Chandra Babu Naidu.
ends for Round 4 New Delhi, May 5
Campaigning ended today for fourth and penultimate round of Lok Sabha
polls that will see BJP president Rajnath Singh taking the electoral
plunge and veterans like Lalu Prasad hedging their bets by contesting
from two seats.
Obama unveils anti-outsourcing plans Washington, May 5
Contending that the current US tax system gives US-based multinationals shipping jobs to places like India an unfair advantage over domestic rivals, President Barack Obama has announced plans to reduce tax breaks for them.
Industry decries Obama’s move New Delhi, May 5
US President Barack Obama’s protectionist measures to save the jobs of his countrymen has drawn ire of Indian companies who are the main beneficiaries of outsourcing.
Nepal parties discuss govt formation Prez sets Saturday deadline Kathmandu, May 5
Facing a Saturday deadline, Nepal's opposition parties today decided to cobble up a new coalition government with help from one of Maoists' key former allies and a possible split in another party in attempts to resolve the political crisis triggered by the abortive bid to sack the army
Mothers plead political help to find their missing sons Away from the din of electioneering, Perveena Ahenger is bracing herself for yet another day of struggle.
For two decades now, she has lived a missionary’s life, searching the
Valley for signs of pain - the kind she has suffered for 19 years when
her teenaged son Javed was allegedly picked up by the police for
Amarinder’s expulsion Don’t misuse brute majority: SC New Delhi, May 5
The Supreme Court today said no ruling party should misuse its thumping majority in the Assembly to expel opposition members as it would trigger a chain of such actions across the
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