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Serial blasts strike Delhi
Bombs today ripped through three New Delhi markets packed with families shopping for Diwali and Id, killing over 50 people and wounding many more. ...  | Read.. 
 
Bridge & train sink in rain
Tragedy clouded the run-up to Id and Diwali in rain-battered Andhra Pradesh today as floodwaters breached a railway bridge, sending up to 150 train passengers hurtling to ...  | Read.. 
 
Congress defends itself, not Natwar
The Congress has denied its involvement in the Iraq oil-for-food scandal but the party has left foreign minister Natwar Singh’s defence to himself. ...  | Read.. 
 
Natwar skids on oil scandal
Iraq report casts cloud on minister’s ability to deal with US
External affairs minister K. Natwar Singh has been critically damaged in his ability to handle India’s most important relationship abroad ' with the US ' because he is n ...  | Read.. 
 
A child injured in the Paharganj blast being taken to a hospital on Saturday. Picture by Rajesh Kumar
Serial blasts strike Delhi
 
 
It was very bad. Very bad

SUNITA
a Paharganj resident
Mumbai fastens safety belt
A high alert was flashed in the financial capital’s 83 police stations and control rooms m ...  | Read..
Singh snips Calcutta trip
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, who landed in the city around 7.15 this evening, flew back to D ...  | Read..