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Apology, what apology' Sack him, says Subrata
Dismiss him, no less, and then only mayor Subrata Mukherjee will rest. ...  | Read.. 
 
Atal to tinker with team
Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee is likely to shuffle his council of ministers soon. Sweeping changes in the portfolios are not expected, but a few ministers of state ...  | Read.. 
 
Stiffer penalty warning for harasser husbands
The Supreme Court has increased the punishment of a man who drove his wife to suicide, saying that the penal code and the Evidence Act have made the law more strident to punish offences against married women. ...  | Read.. 
 
India follows in China footsteps
Curtain goes up on free trade talks with Southeast Asia
India is looking forward to negotiations with the Asean to create a free trade arrangement with the Southeast Asian regional trading bloc comprising 10 nations in the near ...  | Read.. 
 
DIWALI DELIGHT: BSF personnel hug each other while celebrating Diwali in a camp in Srinagar. (Reuters)
 
 
Till terrorist activities continue, dialogue (with Pakistan) will have no meaning

AB VAJPAYEE
Ash and aggressive Indians make a mark
If Indian-Americans are joining the political mainstream in their adopted country, can Bollywoo ...  | Read..
Diaries disclose Pak link
Three diaries and a mobile phone recovered from the tw ...  | Read..
Nation More.. 
Delhi dilemma: To go to Saarc or not
India is unable to decide on whether to attend the Saarc summit-level ...   | Read.. 
 
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Madhyamik to break free of time warp
For the first time since it came to power a quarter century ago, the L ...   | Read.. 
 
International More.. 
A free-trade superpower is born
China and Southeast Asia signed a deal today to give birth to the biggest ...   | Read.. 
 
Sport More.. 
Agarkar likely for fireworks
With a mere 14 ODIs remaining before India’s opening game in the 2003 ...   | Read.. 
 
Calcutta More.. 
Eight nights of duty to death
For eight nights on the trot, this Reserved Force constable was forced to s ...   | Read.. 
 
Opinion More.. 
Diplomatic initiatives
The author is former foreign secretary of India ...   | Read.. 
 
At Leisure More.. 
Super-rich still play on super yachts
Despite corporate scandals and an economy in the doldrums, the super-rich ...   | Read..