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  • Violence In Bengal, Mob Tear-Gassed,
    Left Leader Md Salim's Car Attacked

  • Sporadic violence, EVM glitches mar second
    phase of LS polls; voting picks up

  • TN leaders make beeline to vote;
    30.62pc turnout so far

  • Strong quake hits east Taiwan,
    rattles buildings in capital

  • EC suspends poll observer in
    Odisha for dereliction of duty

  • Man hurls shoe at BJP MP Narasimha
    Rao's press conference in Delhi

  • 29 German tourists killed
    in Portuguese bus crash

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AIKS seeks compensation for the
families who have lost their
members due to the thunder storm 

New Delhi, April 17: All India Kisan Sabha expresses its deep grief and sorrow for those killed due to rain and thunder storm in Gujarat, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and some other parts of India and demand adequate compensation for the families of...

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Voting picks up in UP, over
24 pc recorded by 11 am

Lucknow, Apr 18 :  Voting picked up with an overall polling percentage of 24.31 being reported from eight parliamentary constituencies in Uttar Pradesh in the first four hours.
Polling is underway in Nagina (SC), Amroha, Bulandshahr (SC), Aligarh, Hathras (SC), Fatehpur Sikri, Mathura and Agra (SC) constituencies in the second phase of polls......

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25.6 per cent voting
till noon in Bihar

Patna, Apr 18 :  Bihar recorded 25.6 per cent  voting in five Lok Sabha seats till noon on Thursday amidst reports of EVM malfunctioning and poll boycott delaying the start of polling in some booths......

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2019 General Elections:
Imperative to Defeat BJP and its Allies

Sitaram Yechury

THE country has entered into the electoral battle for the 17th general elections.  This is not an ordinary election where the ruling party of the day is judged on the basis of its delivery of its promises made at the time of the last general elections alone.  The balance sheet of its betrayals is often the main issue of electoral discours...

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Modi Government’s undeclared
war against tribals

Brinda Karat

The recent developments on the Forest Rights Act reflect the ongoing undeclared war by the Modi Government against the tribals of India. It is not just the effect of the order of the Supreme Court but how in these five years the Modi Government has done everything possible to undermine, dilute and ultimately to put the Act in cold storage......

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27th December, 2015 towards Red Brigade

Huge rally by CPIM in Kolkata at Brigade Parade Ground on Sunday on 27th December, 2015.

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