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Pak army feeds off India: Brajesh
National security adviser Brajesh Mishra has said that while there was a vast constituency in India for peace with Pakistan and for settling all differences with it through negotiations, it was in the interest of the military establishment of Pakistan to keep the hostility with India alive. Tha ...  | Read.. 
 
House votes in right to education
In a rare show of solidarity, Lok Sabha members cutting across party lines closed ranks and unanimously voted in favour of the 93rd Constitution Amendment Bill, making ed ...  | Read.. 
 
Now, pay premium for a darshan
Godmen are adopting the methods of the market, especially in Hyderabad and Vijayawada, charging premiums for appointments and fixing rates for resolving other problems li ...  | Read.. 
 
Ram references pit BJP against BJP
For once, BJP leaders in Uttar Pradesh have been wrong-footed on Ram. ...  | Read.. 
 
Green mission
International environment NGO Greenpeace has launched a unique programme in India to highlight environmental crimes committed by industries across the world and stress th ...  | Read.. 
 
Schoolchildren perform before AB Vajpayee at the opening of the first National Abilympics for persons with disabilities. “In reality, I have joined y ...  | Read
BJD leader shot dead by Naxalites
Slain cop’s family awaits justice
HC questions Ansal witness
Four electrocuted
 
Apex court trains graft glare on lower judges
Chief Justice G.B. Pattanaik has set in motion the Supreme Court’s in-house inquiry into allegation..  | Read.. 
Buried nuggets spill out of Blackwill bag
There is a “big story” unfolding between India and the US that, American ambassador Robert D. B..  | Read.. 
 
Jitters over President’s drought trip
A jittery Rajasthan administration wants President A.P. ...  | Read.. 

Allies clash on cotton deaths
The list of issues on which the Shiv Sena and the NDA a ...  | Read.. 

Islamabad prod for Saarc trip
Pakistan’s new civilian government today prodded arch rival ...  | Read.. 

Centre, state
Prime Minister’s principal secretary Brajesh Mishra has ...  | Read.. 

US help in Salem case
American ambassador to India Robert D. Blackwill today ...  | Read.. 

Indira portrait
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Crossfire over Sonia ‘smear’
Amid uproarious scenes, agitated Congress members in th ...  | Read.. 

Kulkarni on facelift mission
With two years to go before the next general elections, ...  | Read.. 

Hasina dodges ISI ‘trap’
In an intelligent blend of political acumen and suave d ...  | Read.. 

Go-ahead to charge ex-ED official
The finance ministry yesterday gave the green signal to ...  | Read.. 

Purged terror temple opens gates
Raghunath temple reopened today amid religious chants a ...  | Read.. 

Cong caught in two minds
Congress floor managers are caught in a bind over wheth ...  | Read..