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BJP suspense in Paswan-Nitish push
The Janata Dal (United) today sent letters to six parties and 17 Independents to join hands for a non-RJD government in Bihar, but a cloud of uncertainty remained over whether it would eventually sever ties with the BJP-led alliance. ...  | Read.. 
 
Ransom trail, Punjab to UK
Punjab police today claimed to have solved the case of 18-year-old Prabir Singh's abduction from Amritsar on February 7 with the arrest of nine persons. ...  | Read.. 
 
Kotla row blame on seat scramble
Curtains down on the Kotla drama, a Delhi cricket association official today claimed the Indo-Pak one-dayer had never really been off. ...  | Read.. 
 
Traders taught strike lesson
If you strike, be ready for the strikeback. ...  | Read.. 
 
Fee freeze at IIMA
Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad has decided to retain last year's fees for post-graduate programmes for the 2005 academic session. ...  | Read.. 
 
Model Yana Gupta performs at a programme in Mumbai on Friday to mark the launch of Virgin Atlantic's flights. (PTI)
Seven-year jail for raping minor
Lara Dutta sues magazine
Top official in bribe net
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Part-time housewives in Mumbai's sex districts
It feels slightly strange to hear the choicest obscenities in Bengali in a female voice at midn..  | Read.. 
Cricket official swipe at Zee cry for crores
Zee Telefilms has demanded its pound of flesh from the cricket board for 'arbitrarily' cancelling t..  | Read.. 
 
Pollution panel sniffs fuel foul play
The Central Pollution Control Board has alerted environ ...  | Read.. 

Politicians hit out at Pak for entry bar
Kashmiri leaders today slammed Pakistan's denial of per ...  | Read.. 

Bus families pause in fear
Four militant groups today renewed their threat to kill tho ...  | Read.. 

Koirala vows democracy drive
Former Prime Minister and Nepali Congress president Gir ...  | Read..