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Rahman races to Rajya Sabha post
The Congress-led alliance at the Centre has chosen M. Rahman Khan, the minister of state for chemicals and fertilisers, for the Rajya Sabha deputy chairperson’s post. ...  | Read.. 
 
US pours water on G-8 dreams
India’s hopes of joining the Group of Eight (G-8) appear to have died a premature death even before the idea could catch on, thanks to lack of any enthusiasm in Washington fo ...  | Read.. 
 
Delhi skirts Kashmir
Ignoring Pakistan’s efforts to drag the Kashmir dispute into the Saarc forum, foreign minister Natwar Singh today stressed India’s desire to promote cooperation among ...  | Read.. 
 
Delhi sidesteps Kashmir
Ignoring Pakistan’s efforts to drag the Kashmir dispute into the Saarc forum, foreign minister Natwar Singh today stressed India’s desire to promote cooperation among Sou ...  | Read.. 
 
Musharraf makes up with music
What Pervez Musharraf said may not have sounded too sweet to Natwar Singh. But what the General had in store for lunch was more agreeable to the Indian guest’s ears. ...  | Read.. 
 
Actor Aishwarya Rai at a promotional in Mumbai for Kyon Ho Gaya Na, her first film with Vivek Oberoi. (PTI)
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Warrant team lands in Delhi, no sign of Soren
The Sibu Soren stand-off raced towards a dramatic phase with a Jharkhand police team flying to ..  | Read.. 
Andhra chases rain, any which way
The rain gods have looked away for four years. Now, Andhra Pradesh is trying all it can — be it..  | Read.. 
 
Naxalite ban lapse boost to peace talks
Efforts by the Andhra Pradesh government to broker peac ...  | Read.. 

SC ends Pappu free run
The Supreme Court today directed the Bihar government t ...  | Read.. 

Pande post under cloud
The Centre may have exercised its prerogative to shunt ...  | Read.. 

Glare on Kohli’s cop brother
It takes a cop to help someone evade the long arm of t ...  | Read.. 

Cry for park on school ruins
A pleasant patch of green — reminiscent of bright chirp ...  | Read.. 

Court scanner on thika law
A major land reform law introduced by the Left Front, t ...  | Read.. 

BJP loads ‘criminal’ gun
The BJP has shifted its spotlight from “tainted” ministers ...  | Read.. 

Litter Darjeeling, pay a fine
Tourists beware. The next time you are caught littering ...  | Read.. 

China spills Zhou secret
China has declassified a second batch of diplomatic files o ...  | Read.. 

Hotel in VRS pledge
The under-fire Tulip Star Hotel in Mumbai, formerly the ...  | Read.. 

Left on warpath over Centaur sale
The Left wants the Centre to order a joint parliamentar ...  | Read.. 

Post-party crash kills Delhi youth
The party virus has struck again on Delhi roads, killin ...  | Read.. 

Mirchi
Mumbai police reasserted today that drug kingpin Iqbal ...  | Read.. 

PM vows war on floods
Promising a holistic approach to “a problem which ha ...  | Read.. 

Third time undecided on PF rate
The central board of trustees deferred for the third ti ...  | Read.. 

Municipal win perks up Modi
Narendra Modi finally has some reason to cheer. Three m ...  | Read.. 

Militants kill soldier, family
Suspected Lashkar-e-Toiba militants gunned down a retir ...  | Read.. 

China spills Zhou secret
China has declassified a second batch of diplomatic files o ...  | Read..