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Arjun shows Joshi loyalist the door
Murli Manohar Joshi loyalists are on their way out of the human resource development ministry. ...  | Read.. 
 
Dixit envoy for China talks
J.N. Dixit, the new national security adviser, has been appointed India’s “special representative” for talks with China on the boundary dispute. ...  | Read.. 
 
Swadeshi sings Cong praise
RSS affiliate Swadeshi Jagran Manch, in a surprising move today, praised the Common Minimum Programme of the Congress-led United Progressive Alliance and slammed the BJP ...  | Read.. 
 
Dearth of witnesses in Kaizad case foxes cops
The cloud on the death of Nadia Khan, the assistant director working with Kaizad Gustad on his latest venture Mumbai Central, is refusing to lift. ...  | Read.. 
 
Monsoon
After lying latent for about a week, the monsoon today covered some more parts of the country as the weather department predicted some respite from a temperature of over 40 d ...  | Read.. 
 
Actor Reema Sen at a news conference to promote the film Aan — Men at Work in Mumbai. (PTI)
UP goes to court for district rollback
Six Dalits convert to Islam
Scribe held in graft case
Couple surrenders
 
George won’t return boycott compliment
George Fernandes today saved the Congress-led Centre some embarrassment when he rejected severa..  | Read.. 
Laloo prefers plane, deputies differ
Railway minister Laloo Prasad Yadav is flying down to Calcutta later this month. His lieutenant..  | Read.. 
 
Natwar unsettles Pervez, party
There is some concern in the Congress over the controve ...  | Read.. 

U-turn on Naidu’s growth formula
For Chandrababu Naidu, IT was to power growth and the r ...  | Read.. 

Dalits face wrath for teen’s temple visit
Dalit teen Tukaram’s academic success should ordinarily ...  | Read.. 

Sushma reward
The BJP today named Sushma Swaraj deputy leader of the ...  | Read.. 

After power sop, Jaya milks cows
Jayalalithaa appears to have taken a tip or two from La ...  | Read.. 

Farmers’ rights
The recent spate of farmer suicides in Andhra Pradesh h ...  | Read.. 

Valley feast curbs stayed
Bowing to public pressure, the Jammu and Kashmir govern ...  | Read.. 

Natwar breaks Bangla ice
India today kept aside contentious issues like Banglade ...  | Read.. 

Indians break taboos, but play safe: Survey
Indians are having more sex and with more partners, the Kam ...  | Read.. 

IIM fee huddle
A meeting of the directors of the Indian institutes of man ...  | Read.. 

Race hots up for plan panel post
Intense lobbying is on in the ruling Congress for the d ...  | Read..