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Raid leak puts CBI in the dock
The Central Bureau of Investigation, instead of drawing accolades for nationwide raids, today faced flak over the leak of information on probable targets. ...  | Read.. 
 
Border fence hits stalemate
The annual round of talks between the BSF and Bangladesh Rifles (BDR) today ended without agreement on any major issue, including that of border fencing. ...  | Read.. 
 
STAR News tops channel ratings
It had been an impressive performance in the past few months. And now itís official: STAR News is the number one news channel in the country. ...  | Read.. 
 
Degree cut-off cry to sell drugs
Pharmacists have asked the government to upgrade the minimum qualifications for registration of pharmacists and ensure that only adequately qualified people sell drugs. ...  | Read.. 
 
Merc with fake sticker sets off House scare
A day after India celebrated Independence Day this year, there was a huge security scare in Parliament when both Houses were in session. ...  | Read.. 
 
Model Elizabeth Hurley with her Indian fiance Arun Nayar at a party during the Milan Fashion Week. (Reuters)
Plea to ease mike ban for Navratri
Fraud couple convicted in US
Lifer stabbed
Collision deaths
 
MP opens jail doors to wives
Prisoners in Madhya Pradesh will now be able to cohabit with their wives...  | Read.. 
Diwali eyes parking space in New York
For Hindus in the Big Apple, Diwali is an issue of street parking...  | Read.. 
 
Kerala bait of submarine sights
Jules Verne fans and those with a taste for adventure c ...  | Read.. 

Arrest alert on Natwar plate
India will propose to Pakistan wide-ranging amendments in b ...  | Read.. 

Aircraft order
The armed forces will procure unmanned aerial vehicles ...  | Read.. 

Forest law truce eludes Delhi
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today tried to evolve a c ...  | Read..