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Festival light on F-16 sale, Bush visit
The White House was lit up yesterday for Diwali, but the nearly 100 Indian Americans invited for the event used the occasion to get the Bush administration to throw light, instead, on its South Asia policy in the President's second term. ...  | Read.. 
 
Repoll blow to Mulayam
The Election Commission today ordered fresh polls in the Mainpuri Lok Sabha constituency where all Opposition parties had alleged that Samajwadi Party workers had capture ...  | Read.. 
 
Sydney push to save girl child
Female foeticide in India hogged the limelight at the 7th World Congress on Bioethics, which began here on Tuesday, as delegates focused on misuse of technology in 'sex s ...  | Read.. 
 
Subway-shy' Try escalator
The country's capital will bring pedestrian comfort overground with two escalator-equipped footbridges as the residents are fighting shy of subways. ...  | Read.. 
 
Push to 'rape' probe
The findings of the army's inquiry into the custody death that triggered the agitation in Manipur will probably be announced before Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's propos ...  | Read.. 
 
A boy pleads with his mother to buy him a toy as shopping for Id-ul-Fitr picked up pace in Jammu and Kashmir on Thursday. (PTI)
Pope in Diwali plea for children
Nafisa fiance gets breather
CBI probe cry in porn case
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Varsity boost for minorities
The Union cabinet has decided to promulgate an ordinance for the creation of a national commiss..  | Read.. 
Uma posters on poll pyre
Her stamp is all over, so the BJP leadership is planning an Uma bonfire...  | Read.. 
 
Delhi calms restive NSCN
The government is 'sincere and serious' about negotiat ...  | Read.. 

Left agenda for delayed ally meet
A United Progressive Alliance-Left coordination meeting ...  | Read.. 

Natwar team for Arafat funeral
India today condoled the death of Palestinian President ...  | Read.. 

Major suspended over rape charge
The army chief today suspended an officer who is suspected ...  | Read.. 

Pakistan welcomes 'wise' decision
Pakistan today welcomed India's decision on troop redu ...  | Read..