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‘Encouraging’ signs in India
The Maoists in Nepal have no “direct physical” or “military links” with the Naxalites in India nor are they anti-India in any way, according to the chief ideologue of the insurgency in Nepal, Baburam Bhattarai. ...  | Read.. 
 
Bangla bonhomie
India and Bangladesh will step up efforts to maintain peace along the border and stop illegal migration, foreign minister K. Natwar Singh said today. ...  | Read.. 
 
Left vs Left on syllabus turf
Hardline Marxist academics are up in arms against a section of their own fraternity ' left-liberal educationists ' for drawing up a flawed national curriculum framework (NCF) ...  | Read.. 
 
Gohar slur
Former Pakistan foreign minister Gohar Ayub Khan today churned the 1965 war cauldron again, reiterating that an Indian Army brigadier had sold secret war plans to his fat ...  | Read.. 
 
Adams at risk in Meerut mall
Eve-teasing has gotten routine. How about Adam-teasing' ...  | Read.. 
 
Where's the mouche' Actor Aamir Khan with MTV veejay Sophia at the announcement of a partnership between The Rising and the music channel in Mu ...  | Read
Picture hunt for missing Pak fans
First Indian film on Jinnah
Arjun better
Ragging cloud
 
Najma misses culture chair rerun
Najma Heptullah is out of the Indian Council for Cultural Relations, with the Congress-led gove..  | Read.. 
Sleepless, with the sound of rain
They have trouble sleeping when they hear the sound of rain...  | Read.. 
 
Afzal wife plea
The wife of Mohammad Afzal Guru, who has been sentenced ...  | Read.. 

Mamata at Kalam door
Unfazed by criticism of her behaviour in Parliament, ...  | Read.. 

Brother with CM after Anil row
Vilasrao Deshmukh has appeared at a relief function wit ...  | Read..