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Miffed India turns terror heat on Pak
Upset over the release of Anees Ibrahim by the United Arab Emirates, India today turned its anger on Pakistan, where the Bombay blasts accused is suspected to have fled and Jaish-e-Mohammad chief Masood Azhar was set free. ...  | Read.. 
 
Matchmaker for HIV-infected
Kerala’s impressive record in the hea- lth sector is set to get better with the addition of a unique service — matchmaking for the HIV positive. ...  | Read.. 
 
CBI, foreign office trade blame
Now that Anees Ibrahim has flown the coop, the blame game is on. ...  | Read.. 
 
Women in helmet crash course
Sikh women in Punjab are hurtling towards a conflict with police for refusing to wear helmets while driving two-wheelers or pillion-riding. ...  | Read.. 
 
Captives thrash policemen
Police at Mumbai central prison were taken unawares yesterday when an inmate thrashed two of their colleagues for nearly 15 minutes. ...  | Read.. 
 
The Maruti Zen in which the militants, shot dead in an encounter near Tughlaqabad fort in Delhi, were travelling. Picture by Rajesh Kumar
Tainted judges sent on indefinite leave
Plan to recruit more women cops
Doctors clash with police
Cattle protection
 
‘Relaxed’ Modi awaits results
His last day in office could not curb the populist in him...  | Read.. 
Missile found in Valley
The Indian Army has stumbled upon a Pakistani surface-to-air missile and war head in the jungle..  | Read..