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City on move comes to a standstill
Please keep your conversation short. ...  | Read.. 
 
Apex court rap for bottom-slap cop
Rupan Deol Bajaj will not have the satisfaction of seeing K.P.S. Gill go to jail. But she is relieved that the country’s highest court has upheld the conviction of t ...  | Read.. 
 
Stars & soaps stuck in water
It was a rainy-day holiday on the Bollywood sets as Mumbai came to a screeching halt today. ...  | Read.. 
 
Scent of nuclear nosy parker
The safeguards agreement and Additional Protocol that India will sign with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) will give a high degree of control over the count ...  | Read.. 
 
Pranab clears air on US deal
India and the US can collaborate in multinational operations “when it is in their common interest”, defence minister Pranab Mukherjee said in a statement in Pa ...  | Read.. 
 
Mumbai shines through the rain, again. Dabbawallahs plod through flooded rail tracks in Mumbai on Wednesday, reaching lunch boxes as usual. (AFP) ...  | Read
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Corporate rivalry buzz rises from Gurgaon
An uneasy calm shrouding Gurgaon, whispers are getting louder that “corporate rivalry”..  | Read.. 
16 Hours, a horror film
What started out as “just a funny joke” turned out to be “an absolute nightmare”..  | Read.. 
 
TV’s new find: trade unions
Television rediscovered trade unionism on the streets o ...  | Read.. 

Centaur glare on Atal in-law
The Left has upped the ante on the Centaur hotel deal. ...  | Read.. 

Flood grounds flights
Air-India’s flights out of the country have been c ...  | Read.. 

Blame it on a vortex
An unusual weather system called “mesoscale vortex” ...  | Read.. 

SC sets August date to decide Bihar poll fate
The Supreme Court today listed an application for he ...  | Read.. 

HC mercy plea for killer mother
Madras High Court has recommended to the Tamil Nadu gov ...  | Read.. 

Banks & markets take day off
Reliance Industries and Tata Steel braved the deluge to ...  | Read..