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Delhi seeks date with monarch
India has sought a meeting with King Gyanendra to discuss the 'political turmoil' in Nepal following his decision to dismiss the Sher Bahadur Deuba government and assume all powers to run the violence-prone country. ...  | Read.. 
 
Left keeps distance on protest
The CPM and the CPI will not join the protest demonstration planned by Maoists here on February 13 ' the same day that their counterparts in Nepal propose to launch a mas ...  | Read.. 
 
Laloo, Paswan lock horns in north Bihar
A day on the road from Patna to Muzaffarpur and back reveals one thing ...  | Read.. 
 
Bengal lab for food stamp experiment
Bengal is likely to be the first state that will introduce food stamps for poor families as part of a government-funded pilot project, which could eventually replace the ...  | Read.. 
 
Naveen graft case in court
Former inspector-general of police Surendranath Swain today lodged a corruption case against chief minister Naveen Patnaik, a cabinet colleague and senior bureaucrats in a ci ...  | Read.. 
 
Foreign tourists check their email at a cybercafe at Thamel, a tourist centre, after the government restored telecommunication services in Kathmandu. (AFP)
Boy fakes snatch to skip test
Death for Indian drug courier
Poet's tomb vandalised
Bomb hoax
 
Army fears arms leak
The Indian Army and security establishment is concerned that arms meant for the Royal Nepal Army ma..  | Read.. 
Cricket board 'friends' meet in Pakistan
The Pakistan Cricket Board today confirmed a meeting between its chairman and the BCCI vice-preside..  | Read.. 
 
Arms come free with drugs
Marketing-savvy narcotics dealers active along the Indo ...  | Read.. 

Spurned youth in acid attack
An 18-year-old girl has been left scarred for not accepting ...  | Read.. 

Laloo tops minority poll plea charts
Muslim religious organisations have been openly appeali ...  | Read.. 

Kidnap kingpin evades cops
Vicky Thakur, the main accused in the abduction of Patn ...  | Read.. 

Patna HC strong words for cops
The 'Friday fracas' hogged the limelight at Patna High ...  | Read.. 

Pension hope for governors
The Union home ministry is mulling over a consistent de ...  | Read.. 

No work, no pay' Not if you're an MP
Lawmakers who agree to disagree on everything, from pan ...  | Read.. 

Mayavati hints at Goa rerun
Mayavati today said there could be a rerun of the Goa s ...  | Read.. 

Cong finds ally in BSP
The Congress and Mayavati are thinking alike about the ...  | Read.. 

Kidnap boss evades police
Vicky Thakur, the main accused in the abduction of Patn ...  | Read.. 

Bilkis in court, not before judge
A special court hearing the Bilkis Bano rape case today ...  | Read.. 

Censor Board 18 taste govt scissors
The government today sacked 18 members of the 21-strong ...  | Read.. 

Congress backs Vyas
Girija Vyas, chairperson of the Congress' media departm ...  | Read.. 

Afghan trail in passport racket
The CBI has unearthed a racket that loaned Indian passp ...  | Read.. 

Back home, Kalam in office
President A.P.J. Abdul Kalam was back at his official r ...  | Read.. 

Lost eyes of the storm
When the tsunami swept everything away early one Sunday ...  | Read.. 

US aero eagles land
The presence of a dozen flying machines and as many aer ...  | Read.. 

Anara case
In a new twist to the porn CD scandal allegedly involving A ...  | Read.. 

Jaya in army role storm
Jayalalithaa's remark on the army's role in retrieving bodi ...  | Read..