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None to stand up to the Big One
In 1971, Henry Kissinger, the then US national security adviser, came calling to Raisina Hill, much like American cabinet members and officials these days who frequently invite themselves to India. ...  | Read.. 
 
Quiet Holi for Laloo
The boisterous revelry was missing at 1, Anne Marg today as RJD chief Laloo Prasad Yadav and former Bihar chief minister Rabri Devi celebrated their first Holi out of pow ...  | Read.. 
 
Indian family in US tragedy
A 20-year-old of Indian origin has been arrested on the charge of murdering his mother at their residence in the Great Falls area here. ...  | Read.. 
 
America turns cleric back
Kalbe Sadiq, the All India Muslim Personal Law Board vice-president, was stopped by US immigration authorities in Chicago airport on March 17 and interrogated for 36 hour ...  | Read.. 
 
Pak sale takes shine off US jets
The Indian Air Force is likely to issue a tender next month inviting bids for its multi-billion-dollar contract to acquire 126 multi-role combat aircraft. ...  | Read.. 
 
Filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt (right) promotes Zeher along with actors Udita Goswami and Emraan Hashmi in Nagpur. (PTI)
Relief for foreign workers in UAE
Singer upset at re-mix trend
Kanchi cop promoted
Fire on ship
 
Closure cloud on Coke plant
Coca-Cola is planning to close down its Kerala bottling plant that has remained shut for the pa..  | Read.. 
Slice of moon
An Indian owns a piece of the Lunar Republic. Thirty-two-year-old Rajzeev B. Baagree, a ball bearin..  | Read.. 
 
PMO nips Modi claim
Narendra Modi's second attempt to embroil Manmohan Sing ...  | Read.. 

Planes to cool anti-US anger
Pakistan feels that the decision to clear the sale of F ...  | Read.. 

Atal regains colour
To each his own was the spirit of Holi in the capital's ...  | Read..