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Politicians cut off from people
The people overwhelmingly support Justice Amitava Lala’s ruling on rallies, but politicians are moving in the opposite direction. ...  | Read.. 
 
Damage control with cash, probe
A rattled Assam government announced a slew of damage-control measures a day after the police firing on workers of Khobang tea estate, but came under fire from all quart ...  | Read.. 
 
Gender storm over bachelor Atal
Has Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee committed a crime against women by remaining a bachelor' Yes, if you ask Jamuna Devi, the outspoken deputy chief minister of Madhya Pradesh. ...  | Read.. 
 
Tapes cushion movie mogul’s tragedy
Bharat Shah convicted but escapes punishment under harsher law
Film financier Bharat Shah became Bollywood’s biggest and richest figure to be convicted when a Mumbai court today found him guilty of keeping quiet on the industry’s links ...  | Read.. 
 
Politicians cut off from people
 
 
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MURLI MANOHAR JOSHI
Principal faces fee stick
Jharkhand High Court has ordered Ranchi University to act against a former principal of the Gra ...  | Read..
October revolution in English
Armed with a mandate from the CPM, the Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee government is set to re-introduce te ...  | Read..
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Atal grabs court straw, Joshi jumps back
Suspense over Murli Manohar Joshi’s fate ended today when Prime Minist ...   | Read.. 
 
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Puja relief for face of lawlessness
Politicians could make the difference, they didn’t. Residents of a sou ...   | Read.. 
 
International More.. 
Father killer in clash of cultures
A Kurdish Muslim murdered his 16-year-old daughter because he disapproved ...   | Read.. 
 
Sport More.. 
Scoring crucial late goals biggest gain
What a great relief it was to see India break the Asia Cup jinx and crown t ...   | Read.. 
 
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The morning after, clean meeting slate
Not a step may have been taken to formalise and implement Justice ...   | Read.. 
 
Opinion More.. 
The vanishing village
The Indian village is not what it used to be, and even further from wha...   | Read.. 
 
Business More.. 
Swept up in feel-good tide
Domestic economy leapt 5.7 per cent year-on-year in the first quarter of t ...   | Read.. 
 
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Food firms in tobacco bind
Food companies were warned today that they face multi-billion pound la ...   | Read..