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Not playing is not the solution: Ganguly on workload management        IPL schedule: KKR gets relief, to play all home matches at Eden        Rupee pauses after 6-day rally, slips 43 paise against US dollar        Jaitley dubs '108 purported economists' as compulsive contrarians        Sack 3 ministers in Imran Khan's govt for supporting banned outfits: Bilawal        Pak court mulls options for recording Musharraf's statement in treason case        HC takes note of 'dearth' of special education teachers in Delhi schools        Cong-JDS to campaign jointly, vow to reduce BJP to single        Mamata lashes out at BJP for questioning her religion        Jet pilots threaten to stop flying from Apr 1, set Mar 31 deadline on bailout, salaries        Congress will restore special category status to Arunachal and other NE states: Rahul        We think about the future: Sasi Tharoor        No riots in UP since BJP came to power: Adityanath        Congress finally picks Muraleedharan for Vadakara        We wanted to win this title badly: Chhetri        Afghanistan record maiden Test win, beat Ireland by 7 wickets        Reliance Communications pays Rs 458.77 cr to Ericsson: Sources        Musharraf admitted to Dubai hospital after reaction from rare disease : Party        One dead in possible terror attack on Dutch tram        Acid attack uncivilised, heartless crime, does not deserve any clemency: SC        
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We think about the future: Sasi Tharoor
 
Kottayam: We, the Congress party thinks about the future, says Sasi Tharoor MP. We stand for the youths because the future belongs to them, not us.

"Nearly one lakh first-time voters are there in Thiruvananthapuram Lok Sabha Constituency. Out of them I chose one thousand people randomly and sent them a letter. In that letter I said, as an individual, they are taking two decision through a single vote. First one is whom they want to represent Thiruvananthapuram and who can be their voice in Delhi. The second was which party should rule the country" he said.



"India is not build up on the basis of religion. If they want to have a Hindu Rashtra, there is no point they elect me. But if they dream about the inclusion of India, where the common man participates actively, then I am there" Tharoor added.

"In India getting educational loans is the biggest challenge for our students. This situation must change. If the UPA government comes into power, we will bring up educational reforms. Our youths are very much confident that if they get a chance, they themselves will find a job. But the NDA government which promised to create two crore job opportunities every year didn't do anything yet." says Tharoor


No riots in UP since BJP came to power: Adityanath
Congress finally picks Muraleedharan for Vadakara
I always stand for the principles and ethics I believe in: Sasi Tharoor MP
Seven year old boy dies of West Nile Virus
LS elections in left ruled Kerala to go Green
P J Joseph meets Cong leaders over Kottayam LS seat
Man arrested for harassing woman pilot in Thiruvananthapuram
Thunderbolt commandos combat with Maoists during combing operations in Wayanad
INS Sharda rescued five fishermen
Dubai Police team visits Kerala Police headquarters
Kerala State Film Awards 2019 announced: Jayasurya, Soubin, Nimisha, Kanthan: The Lover of Color bags top honours
Fire breaks out in a QRS showroom
Flash Hartal in Kerala: Stray incidents of violence reported
Thousands bid emotional farewell to CRPF jawan in Kerala
Religious practices should be respected: Smriti Irani
Malayali soldier among the CRPF men killed in terrorist attack
Government to take action against who leaves office after punching
Women's Commission files case against MLA S Rajendran
Kathakali artist Chavara Parukkutty passes away
Playwright Thuppettan passes away
ENTERTAINMENT NEWS
Gwyneth Paltrow hasn't quit acting
 Los Angeles: Gwyneth Paltrow says she has not bid adieu to acting. The actor, who was last seen in "  
Shooting complete for 'The Sky Is Pink'
Maisie Williams to star in thriller 'The Owners'
Swara Bhasker turning producer
INTERNATIONAL NEWS
Sack 3 ministers in Imran Khan's govt for supporting banned outfits: Bilawal
 Karachi, Mar 19 (PTI) Opposition leader Bilawal Bhutto Zardari Tuesday demand the sacking of three m
Pak court mulls options for recording Musharraf's statement in treason case
Musharraf admitted to Dubai hospital after reaction from rare disease : Party
One dead in possible terror attack on Dutch tram
NATIONAL NEWS
HC takes note of 'dearth' of special education teachers in Delhi schools
 New Delhi, Mar 19 (PTI) The Delhi High Court has taken note of the "dearth" of special education tea
Cong-JDS to campaign jointly, vow to reduce BJP to single
Mamata lashes out at BJP for questioning her religion
Acid attack uncivilised, heartless crime, does not deserve any clemency: SC
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