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Govt Atal’s or not, promise binding
The “sovereign guarantee” to spare Abu Salem’s life, given by the Vajpayee ministry to Portugal three years ago, will be binding on the current government even if the don is convicted of multiple terrorist acts. ...  | Read.. 
 
Forest crawls with forces
Tigers are nowhere to be seen, nor is there any trace of the Naxalites who have made Balmikinagar forest in Bihar’s West Champaran district their home. The picturesque l ...  | Read.. 
 
Hands-off warning in morality mirror
When the middle classes talk of morality, the age-old advice is to keep your hand on your wallet and hold on to it. But when an absolute monarch talks of morality, there ...  | Read.. 
 
Dandavate dead
Madhu Dandavate, a veteran parliamentarian and a socialist known for incisive speeches laced with wit and humour, died today at a private hospital here after a prolonged batt ...  | Read.. 
 
Actor Diya Mirza at a special screening of the animated film, Hanuman, for children with cancer in Mumbai on Saturday. (Fotocorp)
 
Don for dinner, prayers for breakfast
Monica Bedi was remanded in judicial custody till November 25 after a CBI designated court in H..  | Read.. 
Networking nudge with terror prick for Pak
The challenges that South Asia faces today as a region were no longer susceptible to “nat..  | Read.. 
 
Israel spy satellite on Isro vehicle
Israel has decided to launch its next spy satellite abo ...  | Read.. 

Sleeping dogs scare Sunjay
If Abu Salem sings, Sunjay Dutt might face the music. ...  | Read.. 

Handover terms in legal tangle
The conditions on which Abu Salem has been extradited f ...  | Read.. 

Anxious mother yearns for Abi
Disowned yesterday, restless for a glimpse today. ...  | Read.. 

Fresh blood in lawyer team
A lawyer from New Delhi will take over Abu Salem’s ...  | Read..