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Since 1st March, 1999
Doorstep strike on Geelani kin
Unidentified gunmen fired at and injured Altaf Ahmad Shah, the son-in-law of Syed Ali Shah Geelani, the chairman of the breakaway group of the All Parties Hurriyat Conference. ...  | Read.. 
Zahira runs to minority panel
Zahira Sheikh today went to the National Commission for Minorities with her allegations against Teesta Setalvad and her NGO. ...  | Read.. 
Left meet
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh will meet Left leaders over lunch on Thursday to discuss the hike in the prices of petrol and LPG, reports our special correspondent. ...  | Read.. 
'Tough' Uma dogs Advani
As L.K. Advani turned 78 today, sources close to him admitted that the former deputy Prime Minister, into his fifth term as BJP chief, faces his 'toughest' challenge ever ...  | Read.. 
Wasnik set for Pawar terrain
Sushil Kumar Shinde's sudden exit from Maharashtra politics might prompt Sonia Gandhi to send another of her general secretaries in the recently revamped All India Congre ...  | Read.. 
Cricketer Rahul Dravid gives batting tips to schoolboys in Hyderabad on Monday. (PTI)
Minister on train, minus ticket
Yukta told to vacate flat
Punjab knock on IT door
Suffocation scare
Goa breaks into UK holiday charts
Goa is now a favourite destination for British holidaymakers, according to a survey by Thomas Cook,..  | Read.. 
Delhi walks into EU elite club
India and the European Union today decided to crank up their relationship by entering into a 'st..  | Read.. 
Naga whack at 'wicked' policy
The leaders of the National Socialist Council of Nagali ...  | Read.. 

'Few steps' towards peace peak
Three days, nearly 40 delegations and hundreds of kilom ...  | Read.. 

Swindle shadow on donations: survey
A large chunk of Muslim philanthropic donations ' z ...  | Read.. 

Health tracker
An early warning system to track the outbreak of diseas ...  | Read..