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Monday, November 24, 2003
A young challenge for top BJP boss
NEW DELHI, NOV. 23.It is a direct fight here between a veteran of many a political battle and youth power. One is pleading with the electorate to vote for the future, while the other, probably fighting his last political battle, is banking on the ...
DPCC office wears a deserted look
NEW DELHI, NOV. 23.An "over-confident'' Congress party seems to have missed out on the basics of running an election campaign that could upset its calculations in a number of constituencies in the Delhi Assembly polls. Earlier, it was the late ...
Eunuchs add colour to contest
NEW DELHI, NOV. 22.Voters of three Assembly constituencies - Saket, Mehrauli and Patel Nagar - no longer turn their faces away from eunuchs who venture into their area. A large number of eunuchs, also called "hijras'', have descended from ...
Tough challenge for BJP in Ramgarh
RAMGARH, NOV. 23. It took the Gujarat Chief Minister, Narendra Modi, barely seven minutes to state his case in this predominantly Muslim constituency here today. A case that was built on a reminder of the Godhra train killings, that spoke of ...
Royal families hold the key here
AMBIKAPUR, NOV. 23. The royal families have always influenced the outcome of elections in several regions of the undivided Madhya Pradesh, particularly the Chhattisgarh segment. And the trend is likely to continue or, perhaps, be more evident ...
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