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BJP redefines Hindutva and itself
No mention of Ayodhya or cross-border terrorism. Swadeshi had fallen into disuse even earlier. Hindutva was redefined in its “real” sense to mean “all-round progress of India”. ...  | Read.. 
 
Guests check in, hosts check out
Politics overtook economics at the concluding day of the Pravasi Bharatiya Divas, organised by the ministry of external affairs along with the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry for the second year r ...  | Read.. 
 
Atal answers with a dream
Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee today sidestepped references to the possible timing of general elections but called on political parties to fight the coming polls with dignity and respect. ...  | Read.. 
 
An aide’s life with ‘blind’ Bush
Talks on Target Saddam within days of President’s swearing-in
President George W. Bush was “like a blind man in a roomful of deaf people” at cabinet meetings, says the man who was America’s finance minister in the first two years of the ...  | Read.. 
 
FEELING GREAT: Jaswant Singh and Arun Shourie on the sidelines of the executive. (AFP)
 
 
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M. VENKAIAH NAIDU
UK union calls on Indian workers
A British banking union, Unifi, confirmed today that it has held talks with representatives of ...  | Read..
At Tarapur, scientists race ahead of world
As the sun goes down on the edge of a clear January sky, an unusually placid Arabian Sea lashes ...  | Read..
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BJP caps early election trumpet
Pramod Mahajan may have spoken too soon. ...   | Read.. 
 
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Raid ruckus rocks district
The district administration is upset with the Border Security Force (B ...   | Read.. 
 
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Carlos Moya king of Chennai
Former world No.1 Carlos Moya of Spain started the ATP season in style ...   | Read.. 
 
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Car crawl spectre in pipe dream
If traffic in some south Calcutta pockets is now a study in slow motion, it ...   | Read.. 
 
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Beyond the party line
Dating back to over a hundred and fifty years, with heavy wooden doors ...   | Read.. 
 
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Mystery funds swirl at FII floodgates
The Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) is still wrestling w ...   | Read.. 
 
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With 9/11, Love is too heavy for BA
It is meant to be one of the most cheerful and uplifting films of the ...   | Read..