NEW DELHI: As the poll date for the first phase of the assembly election in Uttar Pradesh is coming closer, the Congress on Monday released its first list of 30 star campaigners to campaign for the grand old party in the high-stake election beginning from February 10.
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SC grants bail to Indrani Mukerjea
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OUR ABORTION STORIES
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The Biden administration is calling on Congress to expand authority for federal and local governments to take action to counter the nefarious use in the U.S. of drones, which are becoming a growing security concern and nuisance.
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