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For Gujarat, a time to choose
Gujarat votes tomorrow on an agenda set by Narendra Modi. His opponents say it is a battle for the “soul of India”. Modi himself says his concern is limited to the five crore people of the state. ...  | Read.. 
 
Keishing son seized,
The family of former Manipur chief minister Rishang Keishing today confirmed reports that his youngest son had been taken hostage by suspected militants during a trip to Ukh ...  | Read.. 
 
Attack and disaster on poll-eve
As the countdown to polling began in Gujarat, a Madhya Pradesh minister campaigning for the Congress in tribal Dahod district was shot at by supporters of the rival BJP candidate. ...  | Read.. 
 
Long haul for Anees
Missive on extradition, not deportation
Chances of India laying its hands on Bombay blasts accused Anees Ibrahim in a hurry appeared to dim today with all indications pointing to the long-drawn process of ...  | Read.. 
 
Qutubuddin Ansari
whose cry for help became the defining image of the Gujarat riots
Ansari was stranded in his house and, surrounded by rioters, begged police to rescue him in Ahmedabad on March 1. (Reuters )
 
 
Hindus don’t need Narendra Modi to tell them they are Hindus

Zoramthanga Dhaka trip off
The “cold war” between New Delhi and Dhaka today took its toll on Mizoram chief minister Zoramthang ...  | Read..
Godda outsider alert
Flag marches, heavy police and paramilitary deployment and sealing of all entry points to the const ...  | Read..
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Armed with vote, hunted return
Never before has the electoral battle across Gujarat been joined so pa ...   | Read.. 
 
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Consent for change rolls in
There is a big story in the demolition of the squatters’ colony along ...   | Read.. 
 
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US agrees to free North Korea Scud ship
The United States found itself embroiled in an international tussle over ...   | Read.. 
 
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May be my last chance to win series abroad: Sourav
Indian captain Sourav Ganguly believes the forthcoming Test series aga ...   | Read.. 
 
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Distress knock on domicile door
After controlling it for five years, the state government has decided to th ...   | Read.. 
 
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Cynical sniggers
An unwieldy ruling coalition working at cross-purposes is not a recipe for ...   | Read.. 
 
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Finance ministry favours BSNL selloff
The finance ministry has circulated a policy note on infrastructure r ...   | Read.. 
 
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Call the cop for a date with the star
The hills have come down with “loveria”. So much so, even the law-enfo ...   | Read..