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Code clock ticks on Laloo
The time Laloo Prasad Yadav spent at a Congress-Nationalist Congress Party rally last night instructing people how to operate electronic voting machines has put the Congress in a spot of bother. ...  | Read.. 
 
Bengal opts for school grades
Taking a leaf out of British books, the Bengal government has decided to introduce grades in secondary schools in the state beginning next year, which it hopes will minimise ...  | Read.. 
 
Assam outfit calls truce
The banned National Democratic Front of Boroland today announced a unilateral ceasefire for six months, beginning October 15, 'to create a congenial atmosphere and initia ...  | Read.. 
 
Gandhi institute row
The human resource development ministry has ordered a probe into the way the Indian Council of Social Science Research (ICSSR) has handled the revival of the Varanasi-bas ...  | Read.. 
 
Palace takeover bid puts off royal scion
The famed Dasara celebrations commencing next week is in danger of being overshadowed by a spat between the Karnataka deputy chief minister and the scion of the Mysore ro ...  | Read.. 
 
Actor Shah Rukh Khan with wife Gauri at the premiere of Bride & Prejudice in Mumbai on Thursday night. (PTI)
SC admits Vaiko anti-terror plea
Cops held over helping Telgi
Clinic seizure ordered
Siachen killing
 
Warning on shell stocks
The Uttar Pradesh government has warned small-scale units in Ghaziabad, Meerut and Bulandshar t..  | Read.. 
Cotton crack in honeymoon
The tug-of-war for control over cotton co-operatives in Vidarbha has cracked up the honeymoon b..  | Read.. 
 
Delhi sees Hurriyat hope
The moderate Hurriyat Conference's outburst against Isl ...  | Read.. 

Disabled charges Gulf Air
A disabled Indian has charged Gulf Air with treating her in ...  | Read.. 

High grades for Singh
A.B. Bardhan in his presentation of a 'report card' on ...  | Read..