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UPA set to stage a comeback: PM
Says unhappy allies can be mollified Ludhiana, May 11
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has said he was confident about the UPA forming the next government. The least he expected was that the Congress would emerge as the single largest party.
Addressing mediapersons at the conclusion of the UPA campaign for the fifth and final round of polling here today, Dr Manmohan Singh said the NDA could not be taken seriously as it remained divided, despite its efforts to put up a united face.
Congress not untouchable, says Buddha Kolkata, May 11
Addressing a press conference today, West Bengal Chief Minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee announced that after the elections the CPM would consider the proposal of joining the government at the Centre provided if they get to play a meaningful role in policy making and
for fifth phase ends 9 seats from Punjab
among 86 in last lap New Delhi, May 11
Campaigning for the fifth
and last phase of the ongoing general election ended today, and
with it culminated a high-pitched and bitter electioneering
between the two major political groups, the UPA and the NDA, led
by Congress and BJP, respectively.
15th Lok Sabha BJP prepares
ground for being invited first New Delhi, May 11
The BJP is preparing the ground for
being invited first by President Pratibha Patil to form the government,
either as the single largest party or as the single largest pre-poll
prepares for final assault Banking on Sonia for coalition
formation New Delhi, May 11
As the Lok Sabha election draws to
a close, the Congress partyís internal assessment has put its tally at
about 160 seats that, its strategists feel, will give it the necessary
head start to rope in new allies and bring its miffed partners back to
the UPA fold.
invites ire for sharing dais with Modi Patna, May 11
The show of strength by NDA chief
ministers and BJP-ruled states in Ludhiana on Sunday must have brought
jubilation in the NDA camp and the BJP also has reasons to go gaga over
its Narendra Modi and Nitish Kumar clasping each otherís hands on the
dais as a mark of solidarity.
separatistsí heartland, Lone roots for change Baramulla/Kupwara, May 11
Sajjad Ghani Lone is a changed man.
Only five months ago, he was one with the separatists in seeking the
boycott of the Assembly elections in the state, his voice laden with
certain firmness of resolve.
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