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Wednesday, May 12, 2004
Pro-rich image, pessimism about reforms did Naidu in
In your editorial on "What should the President do?", dated 11th May 2004, you have stated "But as the journalist lawyer A.G. Noorani has argued persuasively in a number of articles, nothing in the conventions of the British and Indian ...
Lok Sabha results will be different: BJP
NEW DELHI, MAY 11. In the face of a rout of the Telugu Desam Party, its ally, in the Andhra Pradesh Assembly elections, the Bharatiya Janata Party has expressed the hope that the results for the Lok Sabha will be "quite different" because the ...
Sonia thanks voters
NEW DELHI, MAY 11.The Congress president, Sonia Gandhi, today thanked the people of Andhra Pradesh for reposing faith in her party and extending support to it and its allies, enabling them to get three-fourth majority in the Assembly polls. ...
Exit polls mirrored the trend
CHENNAI, MAY 11. They caught the trend but got the tally wrong. The exit poll of NDTV, after the two phases of the Assembly election in Andhra Pradesh, predicted a two-thirds majority for the Congress-led alliance. The actual result, as the ...
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