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Modi sleeps over Atal’s riddle
Atal Bihari Vajpayee today said the Narendra Modi issue is a “thing of the past”, injecting an element of intrigue to Sangh politics on the eve of a meeting scheduled to discuss the fate of the Gujarat chief minister. ...  | Read.. 
 
Blasts target market to tracks
Barely a fortnight after hurling a grenade inside a cinema hall in this Upper Assam town, suspected Ulfa militants today detonated an improvised explosive device (IED) at ...  | Read.. 
 
Nuke hotline to clear cross-currents
India and Pakistan are likely to revive the hotline between their foreign secretaries for “fail-safe and secure communications” to avoid misuse or accidental deployment of nuclear weapons by either side. ...  | Read.. 
 
Portuguese forward Luis Figo addresses a news conference near Lisbon on Saturday. On the eve of Portugal’s decisive Euro 2004 match against Spain, Lui ...  | Read
 
 
What he (Vajpayee) said today is final

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Patient gone' Shrug shoulders
Instead of looking for the missing Ashis Chakraborty and reporting the matter to police, the au ...  | Read..
Affair attempt on Tata officer
Chanda “Dolly” Rao chased the hitmen who shot at her husband and made a neighbour drive the ble ...  | Read..
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Screams, silence & sea of humanity
Before her death, Ishrat Raza lived an anonymous life. Today, at her f ...   | Read.. 
 
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Clinic to clinic in denture distress
Two minutes was all it took. But Monorama Gayen had to run around for ...   | Read.. 
 
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Saudi behead backlash on Qaida
Saudi authorities said today they had killed al Qaida’s leader in the king ...   | Read.. 
 
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Bengal’s Paul emerges dark horse
Bengal medium-pacer Shib Shankar Paul has emerged a dark horse ahead o ...   | Read.. 
 
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Here comes the rain
Waterlogged streets or an afternoon adventure' All it takes to turn a...   | Read.. 
 
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The changing face of Russia
The broad Moscow boulevards were lined with huge and majestic “Stalin Apart ...   | Read.. 
 
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Hint of harsh measures
The government will have to take hard decisions to achieve the 7-8 per cen ...   | Read..