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Herbal warning falls on deaf ears
Reforming Indiaís tainted herbal drugs sector will be neither fast nor easy because government regulators appear unwilling to correct flawed policies adopted decades ago, experts have said. ...  | Read.. 
 
Terror photos roll out in UP
A young womanís attempt to get copies printed from a roll of film, apparently showing a militant camp in Kashmir, has led police to suspect the existence of a jihadi net ...  | Read.. 
 
Riot relief
Families of those killed during the 1984 anti-Sikh riots will get a relief of about Rs 5 lakh, reports our special correspondent. ...  | Read.. 
 
Buta asks for Laloo favour
Days after weathering the transfer storm, Bihar governor Buta Singh has been sucked into another controversy over a letter he wrote to Laloo Prasad Yadav recommending the ...  | Read.. 
 
Sonia solves protocol puzzle
Sonia Gandhi has put off next monthís US trip, solving a protocol problem arising out of her scheduled stay in New York coinciding with that of Prime Minister Manmoh ...  | Read.. 
 
Actor John Abraham auctions a photograph at an exhibition organised by People For Animals in Delhi on Friday. (PTI)
Man who bailed out Pataudi axed
Ash joins Hollywood Legion
Prisoner flees
Copter crash
 
Fertile land, futile nationality
Atikul Islam has changed his address seven times since childhood and he knows his search for hi..  | Read.. 
Teacher to tormentor, via Taliban
The young manís feet were tied to a tree, his head dangling inches above the ground. A micropho..  | Read.. 
 
Inheritance bill twist in trust tussle
The Scindias of Gwalior are in the thick of a legal bat ...  | Read.. 

Sanctions cry rises in Delhi
Delhi should urge major donors to impose economic sanctions ...  | Read.. 

Bullets fly on Bangla border
Two days after the latest security beef-up on the Bangl ...  | Read.. 

Dhaka clueless about motive
Three days after a wave of bomb blasts killed two people an ...  | Read.. 

Mamata bristles at Surjeet slur
Harkishen Singh Surjeetís memory probably slipped, ...  | Read..