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‘Maharaja’ first, marriage can wait
Jyotiraditya Scindia is campaigning in Govardhan village. A passing Madhya Pradesh Roadways bus screeches to a halt. All 74 passengers pour out to hear the “Maharaja of Gwalior”. Fifteen minutes later, he is through. The passengers troop back to the bus to resume their journey to Shivpuri. Jyot ...  | Read.. 
 
Flexible CPM to test waters
Talks of the CPM’s probable participation in government and even a Prime Minister from its ranks are gaining ground with increasing speculation that a non-BJP regime migh ...  | Read.. 
 
Advani banks on margin of error
L.K. Advani doesn’t believe exit polls that predict a hung Parliament, but would rather that voters go by them and are scared into voting for the BJP to ensure a stable go ...  | Read.. 
 
Mama’s Boy steps into Mama’s battle ground
Pinning down Sandeep Dikshit as a Mama’s Boy is easy. Mother Sheila Dikshit is still Delhi’s popular chief minister in whom the electorate reposed faith just six months ago. ...  | Read.. 
 
EC hints at tough action
A full bench of the Election Commission will meet tomorrow to decide whether the Chhapra poll should be countermanded. ...  | Read.. 
 
Small-screen actor Smriti Irani, contesting from Chandni Chowk constituency, on a padyatra in Delhi on Monday. (PTI)
Villager slips out of militant clutches
Slipshod rap on rape-probe cops
Dalit thrashed in water clash
Pilot runs over two
Congress fumes at pitch fever
Jayaspeak
Duty calls
Vote captains
 
Caste cauldron churns, BJP suffers burns
Fakir Chand Aggarwal has no qualms about saying how “joyous” he was when Mahatma Gandhi was ass..  | Read.. 
Cap on Atal heir whisper
The NDA’s reliable troubleshooter once again got into the act as the BJP sought to cap rumours ..  | Read.. 
 
VP tears apart stability plank
V.P. Singh today shredded the BJP’s stability plank and ...  | Read.. 

Red flags, bright maxis rule English-town-on-Sunday
A humid breeze was blowing through sleepy old Thiruvana ...  | Read.. 

Dayanidhi for Delhi, Stalin for Chennai
Dayanidhi Maran, the 37-year-old articulate economics gradu ...  | Read.. 

Prasar Bharati trashes NDA bias
Prasar Bharati CEO K.S. Sarma has written to the Electi ...  | Read.. 

Turnout trend troubles Atal
The prospect of a low turnout in this high-profile cons ...  | Read.. 

Tightrope, not cakewalk
Even a week ago, everybody thought it would be a cakewalk f ...  | Read.. 

Sinha gets Iraq probe rolling
Foreign minister Yashwant Sinha today said India had ba ...  | Read.. 

Red scare returns, swallows Rao’s land
Extremist and Left groups, which made things difficult ...  | Read.. 

Rebel pact snub
Bangladesh and Indian border forces ended five days of talk ...  | Read.. 

Another designer leap, to Big Apple
It’s time for Indian designers to go places — well, som ...  | Read.. 

Bus talks on track: Pak
Pakistan today said the peace process with India was ve ...  | Read..