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BJP waves red card at heartland rebels
The BJP has threatened to disqualify all the 12 legislators who “expressed their dissatisfaction” with the Mayavati government to stem defections from its Uttar Pradesh legislature party. ...  | Read.. 
 
Saddam runs for cover from Sangh
Saddam Hussein is on the run. Not from George W. Bush or the might of the US, but from the Vishwa Hindu Parishad. Local VHP goons, he alleges, are threatening to finish him. ...  | Read.. 
 
Surjeet tells Cong to act
Unhappy with the Congress’ “wait and watch” on Uttar Pradesh, CPM general secretary Harkishen Singh Surjeet today said he wants the main Opposition party to play a more a ...  | Read.. 
 
Stereotype smothers Sahariyas
It is easy to intimidate Sahariya tribals into silence. It could be an upper caste village sarpanch, a politician or a government official. ...  | Read.. 
 
Mumbai signal for Lucknow
The Supreme Court today stayed the disqualification of seven Maharashtra legislators — a decision that might have an impact on Uttar Pradesh. ...  | Read.. 
 
Samajwadi Party leaders meet the Uttar Pradesh Governor at Raj Bhavan in Lucknow. (PTI)
DU student leaders arrested
HC rejects plea against Togadia
Striking teacher kills self
Blasts case
 
Sonia gets alliance jitters
The Congress leadership is increasingly getting jittery over the political situation in Uttar P..  | Read.. 
Sherwani buttons up flying saucers
Mufti Mohammad Sayeed is having the last laugh...  | Read.. 
 
SC puts off Krishna contempt verdict
The Supreme Court today deferred a decision on Karnatak ...  | Read.. 

Rubaiya kidnap suspect freed
A militant accused of kidnapping the daughter of Jammu and ...  | Read.. 

Sex museum in Mumbai
Mumbai got its own sex museum this week. ...  | Read.. 

Save India Front throws hat in Gujarat poll ring
The confederation of SC/ST organisations and the Jamiat ...  | Read..