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PM pitches India as global player
After scoring a major achievement in getting America’s stamp on India’s nuclear weapons status and President George W. Bush’s commitment on civilian nuclear co-operation, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today sought the help of the US Congress to underwrite the agreement. ...  | Read.. 
 
PM logic: Help us & help yourself
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today told the US Congressional Caucus on India over lunch that India sought to transform “the nature of the political discourse” with the US and in South Asia through the benefici ...  | Read.. 
 
Chennai’s the limit: Sangh to Advani
The RSS has asked L.K. Advani to step down as BJP president before the rescheduled national executive meeting, well placed sources in the party said. ...  | Read.. 
 
Bengal misses the wood for the scrubs
National target of expanding forest cover to a third of territory looks beyond reach
Bengal chief minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee was understandably upset on his way to office two weeks ago when he came across chopped trees in the heart of Calcutta. So distu ...  | Read.. 
 
The day after being questioned by police in Mumbai over the Salman tapes, Aishwarya Rai visited the famous Siddhivinayak temple to pray to Lord Ganesh ...  | Read
 
 
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Benefit of doubt to Pak army
Army chief General Joginder Jaswant Singh today said there was an absence of evidence linking t ...  | Read..
Licence to kill schoolboy
An eight-year-old boy was crushed to death under the wheels of a Maruti Omni, which was being d ...  | Read..
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Singh seizes N-tide at the flood
It would be wrong to suggest that India was paying too high a price fo ...   | Read.. 
 
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Father-in-law tries rape for dowry
Shiuli Das Bairagya, a housewife in Birbhum, fled her 48-year-old fath ...   | Read.. 
 
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Iraq doctors walk out over abuse by troops
More than two dozen doctors walked out of one of Baghdad’s busiest ho ...   | Read.. 
 
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‘I don’t visualise any awkwardness’
The other day, Jawagal Srinath spoke about Rahul Dravid always being &# ...   | Read.. 
 
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Designer drub for copycats
Imitation, some say, is the best form of flattery. Try telling that to Ritu ...   | Read.. 
 
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Promises to keep
I am talking of a long time ago, February 1948, when the first 'promises to ...   | Read.. 
 
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Anil capitalises on energy
Anil Ambani today unveiled ambitious plans to shareholders of Reliance Ene ...   | Read.. 
 
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Tape troubles Alexander
Partners beware. Although Paris Hilton’s career was launched by a ...   | Read..