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Silent Sonia keeps Mulayam guessing
Sonia Gandhi’s silence kept Mulayam Singh Yadav fretting and allowed Mayavati to hold on to power despite the growing discontent among allies BJP and Rashtriya Lok Dal. ...  | Read.. 
 
German drug pedlar deported
India is no longer a safe sanctuary for international fugitives, a German national realised a week back. ...  | Read.. 
 
BJP to harp on Godhra and gaurav
With the Election Commission likely to soon announce its schedule for the Gujarat polls, the BJP today said the “Godhra carnage” and the role of “pseudo-secularists” woul ...  | Read.. 
 
Strikers face Jaya iron hand
As state government employees went on indefinite strike today against the freeze on dearness allowance, Jayalalithaa said action would be taken against them under the Ess ...  | Read.. 
 
Confession claim in Dum Dum murder case
Investigators probing the murder of South Dum Dum municipality chairman Sailen Das have sought to build back their case by citing the “confession” of an alleged conspirat ...  | Read.. 
 
Tourism minister Jagmohan (right) and his deputy Vinod Khanna at a news conference in New Delhi. Picture by Rajesh Kumar
‘Vague’ police reply in Salman case
HC blow to contract workers
Woman set on fire
Building blaze
 
Vaghela swims against Delhi tide
With leaders like Gujarat’s Shankersinh Vaghela, Indian diplomats in Washington don’t need enem..  | Read.. 
Dowdy ‘matron’ in sky goes in for facelift
Air-India is shaking off its dowdy, matronly image. The national airline has started the proces..  | Read.. 
 
Metropolis on one side, maneaters on the other
Residents are advised not to look too close. For if the ...  | Read.. 

Congress fights shy of Valley minefield
Sonia Gandhi’s continuing reluctance to go ahead alone ...  | Read.. 

Penalty on ‘silent’ accounts
Post office savings accounts holders will soon have to ...  | Read.. 

Cracker shop blaze claims hotel guests
Thirteen people, including a woman and a child, were burnt ...  | Read.. 

Election reforms await SC verdict
The Supreme Court today reserved verdict on a batch of ...  | Read.. 

Tough talk at UN climate show
Union environment minister T.R. Baalu has said while hi ...  | Read.. 

Potential partners, not sleeping al Qaida, worry Delhi
Indian security officials have long been aware of the p ...  | Read.. 

Lynching notice to Haryana
The National Human Rights Commission has issued a notic ...  | Read.. 

Krishna tars Jaya in contempt reply
Karnataka chief minister S.M. Krishna today replied to ...  | Read.. 

Congress gears to get aggressive with Jaya
Buoyed by its Jammu and Kashmir performance, the Congre ...  | Read.. 

Bihar makeover bid with tourism police
Waking up to the heavy toll its infamous law and order reco ...  | Read.. 

Togadia trashes Cong stunt
The Congress claimed to have blackened the face of Praveen ...  | Read.. 

Spare pupils conversion ruckus: HC
Can schools and colleges run by minority institutions b ...  | Read.. 

Delhi slips up on date defence
India has spun a web of ambiguity around the Saarc summit scheduled in Islamabad, but it is learnt that the dates of the meeting for the South Asian heads of government w ..  | Read..