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Wind blows against early election
As hard rain lashed the picture-postcard venue of the BJP’s chintan baithak, the message that trickled out was of majority opinion flowing towards holding the next parliamentary polls in the second half of next year, as scheduled. ...  | Read.. 
 
Medical quota row
The Centre has challenged in the Supreme Court Maharashtra’s decision to withdraw the 15 per cent reservation of seats in the MBBS and dental science (BDS) courses. ...  | Read.. 
 
Sonia Shimla strategy
Sonia Gandhi appears to be introducing an element of competition in the Congress. Senior party coll-eagues, who had so far not noticed this, are now picking up hints fro ...  | Read.. 
 
Kalam for cheaper degrees
President A.P.J. Abdul Kalam today said the cost of studying engineering “should be brought down”. ...  | Read.. 
 
Bowring’s
The board of directors of Bowring’s Fine Art Auctioneers has decided to cease operations till the court case involving the Archaeological Survey of India, the CBI and Bow ...  | Read.. 
 
Delhi Transport Corporation chairman A.J.S. Sahani (left) shakes hands with Pakistan Tourism Development Corporation managing director Azfar Shafqat ...  | Read
Red rain sparked by Gulf dust cloud
Call for CBI probe into affair
Canada lists terror groups
Airport gun
 
Habib to Haji, in 125 yrs
Habib Miyan’s wish has taken some time to come true — officially 125 years, unofficially 132...  | Read.. 
Babri panel wings clipped
In a move aimed at saving home minister L.K. Advani embarrassment in the Babri demolition case,..  | Read.. 
 
Karishma
Contesting the copyright violation charge slapped by Ba ...  | Read.. 

Lahore bus ready to roll
India and Pakistan today said they were “operationally” ...  | Read.. 

Singhal wags poll boycott finger
In a veiled warning to the BJP, the Vishwa Hindu Parish ...  | Read..