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GeNext flunks GenEx's test
L.K. Advani seemed to have unwittingly scripted the drama leading to M. Venkaiah Naidu's resignation and his anointment as BJP president when, a month ago, he told a TV interviewer that if the UPA government ran its term, he and Atal Bihari Vajpayee would be too old to lead the party. ...  | Read.. 
 
British army chief on LoC recce
The chief of the British army, General Sir Mike Jackson, who began a three-day visit to India, will be touring Indian Army installations close to the Line of Control in J ...  | Read.. 
 
Meera does an Amisha
After Amisha Patel, it was National Award-winning actor Meera Jasmine's turn to walk out on her family, accusing them of robbing her of all her earnings. ...  | Read.. 
 
B-brains for Modi policy
Having failed to transform Gujarat into a 'techno-savvy state', the government is planning to pick the brains of B-school students to draw up a new IT policy, reports o ...  | Read.. 
 
Kaho Naa... thank you
It pays to script in New Zealand in the films. ...  | Read.. 
 
(From left) Vajpayee, Naidu and Advani at the meeting. (PTI)
School wire kills
Rail job policy
Missing NRI
Nanda blow
 
Nawab heir given 'quit India' notice
Faiza Sultan, the granddaughter of Bhopal's last nawab Hamidullah Khan and first cousin of form..  | Read.. 
Hic! Drink it up with luxury vodka
It is a vodka meant not so much to fill as to flaunt...  | Read.. 
 
Sangh ok, VHP not
The Sangh parivar is divided on the appointment of L.K. ...  | Read.. 

Roar after wound
Zakhmi sher ki khaufnaak dahaad ' a wounded tige ...  | Read.. 

Worry lines friends' faces
Most National Democratic Alliance partners have been ca ...  | Read.. 

Top rung for city judges
The Supreme Court collegium of judges headed by Chief J ...  | Read..