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Since 1st March, 1999
Kathmandu looks beyond Delhi for arms
In a move that could further impact India’s ties with the Himalayan kingdom, the Royal Nepalese Army has asked foreign-based arms manufacturers and authorised distributors to enlist their companies with it and furnish their procurement list. ...  | Read.. 
Thackeray discloses Dutt poll ‘promise’
Bal Thackeray today said Sunil Dutt kept his promise of not contesting Lok Sabha elections against the Shiv Sena after seeking help for his son Sunjay in the Bombay blasts ...  | Read.. 
Sudarshan blasts Nehru
Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh chief K. S. Sudarshan today gave L.K. Advani a breather and trained his guns on Jawaharlal Nehru, calling him the “root of all troubles ...  | Read.. 
I adore RSS, says Mahajan
BJP general secretary Pramod Mahajan clarified today that he had not uttered a single word against RSS chief K.S. Sudarshan in any interview. ...  | Read.. 
‘Pensive’ Pataudi eats papaya
Daal, roti and papaya for dinner; tea, bread, soup and some more daal for breakfast. People for Animals would approve. ...  | Read.. 
Actors Aishwarya Rai and Vivek Oberoi arrive for the inauguration of a school in Mumbai on Sunday. (AFP)
BJP leader shot at home
Socks record
Agra train
‘Rapist’ uncle
Prayers for Anil, party for Mukesh
Mukesh Ambani spent the first day of separation in pleasant Goa, amid familiar faces and the me..  | Read.. 
Bhel stake: Left thrusts, govt parries
The Left parties iterated their opposition to the Centre’s decision to divest 10 per cent ..  | Read.. 
Trade focus in Dhaka talks
India and Bangladesh will begin two-day foreign secreta ...  | Read.. 

State in dark, CM goes to Hollywood
His state is groping in the dark with 12-hour blackouts ...  | Read.. 

Tibet torture: Stand on ice
Much closer home than Abu Ghraib and Guantanamo Bay, a ...  | Read..