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DC 50 Years Ago

From left to right, Congress party Vice President Rahul Gandhi, Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, and Congress party President Sonia Gandhi release party manifesto ahead of the general elections, in New Delhi, India, Wednesday. Photo: AP
Sonia Gandhi promises a secular India, health and housing schemes for the poor
Melbourne: An India-born doctor, convicted of sexually assaulting a patient while...
Movie ac-tor Alan Ladd was found dead last night in his Palm Springs home.
US's super-rocket Saturn I rose with a thunderous roar from its launch-pad on its maiden...
The Chinese Premier, Mr Chou En-Lai, will have two rounds of formal talks with President...
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Four persons were killed and at least eight injured when police opened fire thrice here...
A rocket for magnetometer experiments in outer space was successfully launched at 10.44...

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Nandamuri Harikrishna. (Photo: File)
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PMK leader and Dharmapuri candidate Dr Anbumani Ramadoss hugs BJP’s Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi at an election rally in Krishnagiri  (Photo : DC)
Dr S. Ramadoss skipped Narendra Modi’s rally seeking support for PMK’s candidates.
Chandrababu Naidu and his son Nara Lokesh. (Photo: File)
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Modi introduces DMDK candidates in the presence of its leader Vijayakanth in Salem on Wednesday.	— DC
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