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Since 1st March, 1999
Mamata feted, boos for Advani
Many of Trinamul Congress leader Mamata Banerjee’s decisions in the past have dismayed her party colleagues — quitting the Vajpayee ministry after the Tehelka revelations, teaming up with the Congress for the 2001 Assembly election only to break again. ...  | Read.. 
Forces out to foil strike
The state is on edge on the eve of the 48-hour Jharkhand bandh, called by pro-domicile groups to oppose primary teachers’ recruitment tests scheduled for May 27. ...  | Read.. 
Naga plebiscite threat to Delhi
The NSCN (I-M) today threatened to go in for a referendum on its demand for the integration of Naga-inhabited areas of the Northeast if the Centre continued to be indecisive ...  | Read.. 
Bombay Dreams turns white for Broadway
New characters introduced in all-Asian musical hit to make production palatable to Americans
Britain’s first all-Asian musical — Bombay Dreams — is to be rewritten with new white characters to make it more “accessible” to American audiences. ...  | Read.. 
Policemen lead a smiling R. Namdev (centre) away from Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport in Mumbai. (Reuters)
The time has come to divide this piece of land between us and the Palestinians

Economic quota goes national on BJP’s back
Economic quota, a hot potato till now, made its way to the national political landscape today w ...  | Read..
Murder rocks diplomat enclave
The family of the longest serving ambassador in India is caught in a scandal with police accusi ...  | Read..
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To Bush, with Iraq force reply in bag
Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee has convened a special session of ...   | Read.. 
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Sangh sneak-in through SAI door
A Sangh parivar constituent has chosen the Sports Authority of India t ...   | Read.. 
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Israel commitment on Palestine
Prime Minister Ariel Sharon won Cabinet approval today for a US-backed “ro ...   | Read.. 
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Records beckon Agassi, Serena looks a cinch
Records hang in the air, tempting Andre Agassi. Fears lurk, taunting L ...   | Read.. 
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Ad biz bad, but brains still best
SAD campaign ...   | Read.. 
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Washington and after
The author is former governor, Reserve Bank of India ...   | Read.. 
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Sandvik springs scheme to drive investors out of the door
Heads I win, tails you lose — that’s the message if you are a Sandvik Asi ...   | Read.. 
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Prince to play peacemaker
The royal family and the Spencer family are to be united for the first ...   | Read..