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Mobile trail backs PoK theory
Tracing mobile calls, Delhi police and intelligence agencies have linked Saturday’s serial blasts to militant groups in western Uttar Pradesh, Srinagar and Muzaffarabad in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir. ...  | Read.. 
 
Taj snap ends row over victim
A photograph has ended the dispute over the body of seven-year-old Maitreyee Bhattacharyya, who died on Saturday in the Delhi bomb blasts. ...  | Read.. 
 
SIM card leads to Bihar fugitive
Searching for clues at Paharganj’s blast-ravaged 6 Tooti Chowk market, the police had chanced upon a SIM card. It was unrelated to the terrorists but has helped them ...  | Read.. 
 
Azad takes Valley charge
Ghulam Nabi Azad was today sworn in as the first Congress chief minister of Jammu and Kashmir in 30 years. ...  | Read.. 
 
Kamasutra pierce panic in Israel
Alarmed by the growing trend of genital piercing among youngsters, especially those visiting India, Israeli gynaecologists have warned against its potential dangers. ...  | Read.. 
 
The Dalai Lama at an international conference on Mahayana Buddhism in New Delhi. (PTI)
Karisma husband mailer charged
Health scheme told to pay up
Ayodhya case
Pushkar fair
 
Frozen in union, for 65 million years
Scientists in Lucknow have discovered 65-million-year-old fossils that show tiny, single-celled org..  | Read.. 
Judge for hands-off policy by govt
The new chief justice of India is against the government assuming the powers to appoint or tran..  | Read.. 
 
Sadhvi loses power steam
Uma Bharti’s return to Bhopal on Diwali evening la ...  | Read.. 

Paswan answers ‘hollow’ charge
Ram Vilas Paswan today released the names of 46 Muslim ...  | Read.. 

Sangh cool to Advani quest for lifeline
For BJP chief L.K. Advani, an NDA victory in Bihar is t ...  | Read.. 

‘Link’ just a friend: Jagat
Foreign minister Natwar Singh’s son and Congress legis ...  | Read..