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Soft Congress shy of taming Togadia
Reflecting the confusion in dealing with the Hindutva brigade, the Congress-led government in Maharashtra today balked at carrying out a threat to bar the entry of Vishwa Hindu Parishad firebrand Praveen Togadia into the state to take part in a convention. ...  | Read.. 
 
Modi ministry fuels murmurs
Amid resentment over allocation of “insignificant” portfolios to at least four ministers, chief minister Narendra Modi today retained a number of important ministries. ...  | Read.. 
 
Sushma ponders uplink options
Union minister for information and broadcasting Sushma Swaraj has given the Cabinet four options, one of which will determine the government policy on allowing foreign-ow ...  | Read.. 
 
Maneka loses last charge
After being stripped of all portfolios, Maneka Gandhi was divested last week of her last charge — one that was dear to her heart: Committee for the Purpose of Control and ...  | Read.. 
 
Sajjan acquitted in riots case
A city court today acquitted former Congress MP Sajjan Kumar and 12 other accused in a 1984 anti-Sikh riots case for want of evidence. ...  | Read.. 
 
Women at a meeting organised by the Vishwa Hindu Parishad in Mumbai on Monday. (Reuters)
Tehelka tape plea turned down
A-I gifts second plane to Ariana
Judicial sex scandal
Penalty review
 
Tongue between Khan & Tolly
The Emir of Bollywood cannot help but give Tollywood a miss...  | Read.. 
Judge arrested on dowry harassment complaint
Police arrested on Sunday an additional district judge, Onkarnath Gupta, at Mainpuri in Uttar Prade..  | Read.. 
 
Delhi nod to Omar exit
The resignation of Omar Abdullah as minister of state for e ...  | Read.. 

Gujarat BJP leader held for graft
Senior BJP leader in Gujarat and Surat Urban Development Au ...  | Read.. 

BJP flaunts poll figures
In the recent Gujarat Assembly polls, the BJP won in 21 ...  | Read..