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Rebel & rival on same side
There are no differences between him and chairman Prachanda (aka Pushpakamal Dahal) on “immediate political questions” and the Nepal Maoists are united in recognising the monarchy as the main enemy of democracy, according to their senior leader Baburam Bhattarai. ...  | Read.. 
 
Tinkering with ‘steel frame’
The Prime Minister has already acted to stop political appointments to plum posts and checked the practice of having bureaucrats in jobs they are unfamiliar with. But he ...  | Read.. 
 
Push to war hotline
India and Pakistan are all set to establish a dedicated hotline between their directors general of military operations, a day after agreeing to revive the one between the ...  | Read.. 
 
Kalinga battle, now in Radhanagar
In 261 BC, Maurya emperor Asoka fought the battle of Kalinga on the banks of Daya near the present-day Bhubaneswar. Correct' ...  | Read.. 
 
Blood flows in Ulfa ritual
Going full steam ahead with its ritual pre-Independence Day terror run, the Ulfa blew up an oil pipeline, triggered a blast that killed four, exchanged fire with police in Gu ...  | Read.. 
 
External affairs minister K. Natwar Singh (right) greets Bangladesh Prime Minister Khaleda Zia in Dhaka on Sunday. ...  | Read
Zee sniffs game sabotage bid
Faulty power bill quashed
Ragging case
Popcorn panic
 
Bread in Manipur, yet not in belly
Residents of blockade-weary Manipur may have heaved a collective sigh of relief when Indian Air..  | Read.. 
To be or not to be, London that is
It’s Mumbai’s citizens versus its politicians...  | Read.. 
 
Sugar mill pact goes sour
The Uttar Pradesh government and Amar Singh, in particu ...  | Read.. 

Tragedy trumps soaps
It could be concern. It could be the attraction of watc ...  | Read.. 

Golden gate, a gift from Bahrain
At Kerala’s Guruvayoor temple, a gateway of gold w ...  | Read.. 

Buddha doubts on FDI in retail
Bengal chief minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee admitted ...  | Read.. 

Mum on Mamata with eye on poll
The Congress is keeping its options open for a tie-up w ...  | Read.. 

Left sticks to guns on Bhel
The Left parties are refusing to relent on divestment f ...  | Read.. 

ATM ad row back in glare
The Supreme Court has questioned if illuminated signboards ...  | Read.. 

Virus vaccine on trial
After 16 years of research, a vaccine developed by Indian a ...  | Read..