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Mayavati claims crime feather in cap
Mayavati, who completed one year in office today, said she has now learned how to use the levers of power “like the manuwadis”. ...  | Read.. 
 
Strike brings Kerala to a halt
The general strike called by Hindutva organisations in protest against last night’s communal violence in the Marad beach area in Kozhikode brought life to a halt througho ...  | Read.. 
 
BJP makes no promises to Sangh
The three-day RSS-BJP conclave that ended today saw a slight thaw in the relations between estranged members of the Sangh parivar but achieved little else. ...  | Read.. 
 
Ratnam kin suicide
Well-known Tamil film producer G. Venkateshwaran, elder brother of director Mani Ratnam, committed suicide at his residence today, reports our special correspondent. ...  | Read.. 
 
Mufti praises Atal Pak offer
Chief minister Mufti Mohammed Sayeed today said the peace initiatives being taken by India and Pakistan have “vindicated my stand that dialogue was the only way to solve ...  | Read.. 
 
Delhi engulfed in a dust haze that hit life across northern India on Saturday. (PTI)
RJD leader injured in shoot-out
Orissa fares poorly in report
Charges framed against Pathan
Petrol pump looted
 
Old link in tea rebel payoff
Assam inspector-general of police (special branch) Khagen Sarmah today dropped hints that the tea m..  | Read.. 
After 12 years, Nepal seeks more democracy
Their political leaders may be fractious and their democratic polity unstable, but there seems ..  | Read.. 
 
Dust stalls pilgrim Sonia
Sonia Gandhi’s plans to emulate her mother-in-law were ...  | Read.. 

Air-India row
More than 150 Air-India pilots today signed an undertaking ...  | Read.. 

Mulund blast probe leads to arms bust
Maharashtra deputy chief minister Chhagan Bhujbal today ...  | Read..