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Five-man Cong army holds reins
In matters of external security, allies of the Manmohan Singh government can have their say, but it is the Congress which will have its way. ...  | Read.. 
 
Lid off Jharkhand terror law can of worms
Jharkhand police officials who registered cases under the anti-terror law could be sued by the accused now that the state government has decided to withdraw charges again ...  | Read.. 
 
Graduates drop out of employment exchange
The number of educated job-seekers registering with employment exchanges across Tamil Nadu has dropped by over 1.8 lakh, probably because they find little use in leaving ...  | Read.. 
 
Cops zero in on revenge motive
In the badlands of Bihar, guns spew vendetta fire. ...  | Read.. 
 
Nagaland brainwave to stop extortion
Nagaland has moved Delhi for “fixed grants” to both factions of the NSCN, arguing that financial assistance during the course of the peace process would keep them from co ...  | Read.. 
 
Actor Govinda and industrialist Naveen Jindal, both first-time MPs, compare their cellphones after Parliament was adjourned. (PTI)
Balakrishna did not shoot, says victim
Jailed UP leader moves court
Kerala restores leave rights
Copying charge
 
Bengal back at World Bank door after 5 years
Five years after spurning the World Bank’s offer of credit for roads and infrastructure develop..  | Read.. 
$10-million toon deal, but industry’s not smiling
Two Indian animation studios have bagged a $10-million outsourcing deal from a Korean firm for ..  | Read.. 
 
Reddy reopens power deals with Enron cry
Enforcing a threat made when he was in Opposition, Andh ...  | Read.. 

Dravid bats for outsiders with torch
Rahul Dravid, the vice-captain of the Indian cricket te ...  | Read.. 

Surjeet rebuffs George
Harkishen Singh Surjeet today rejected National Democratic ...  | Read.. 

Pranab goes back to Kargil
Defence minister Pranab Mukherjee is keeping the possibilit ...  | Read.. 

House session ends without debate
In a rare occurrence in parliamentary history, both Hou ...  | Read.. 

Tamil inches closer to classical tag
A century-old dream to get ancient Tamil declared a “cl ...  | Read.. 

‘Captive’ nanny set to return
An Indian woman, who claimed to have been held captive by a ...  | Read.. 

Congress in Lucknow battle cry
The Uttar Pradesh Congress today announced plans for a ...  | Read.. 

Cauvery row left to PM
The Karnataka government today said it would wait for M ...  | Read.. 

Fernandes support for Mulayam
George Fernandes today promised full support to Uttar P ...  | Read.. 

Anantnag standoff ends, 4 dead
A standoff between militants holed up inside a mosque and B ...  | Read.. 

Yunus death mud on police
Who “killed” Khwaza Yunus is yet to be proved. But what ...  | Read.. 

Badal vows to block canal
The Shiromani Akali Dal today passed a resolution sayin ...  | Read.. 

Nuclear talks top Natwar list
Foreign minister Natwar Singh has said nuclear secur ...  | Read..