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Cong keeps Natwar off quicksand
The Congress and its government at the Centre have decided that Anil Mathrani’s alleged comments about Natwar Singh will be treated as “part of evidence” to be examined by the Justice Pathak committee but the minister will not be asked to resign. ...  | Read.. 
 
Forces hitch in info law
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s drive for transparency in government has come across a hurdle from the armed forces which want to be exempt from public scrutiny unde ...  | Read.. 
 
KBC2 trimmed
Starting today, STAR Plus will telecast KBC2, hosted by Amitabh Bachchan (in picture above), only on Fridays and Saturdays. Sai Baba will fill in the slot on Su ...  | Read.. 
 
Navy widens ocean ring
The navy has forged “working alliances” with 13 nations in the Indian Ocean region to replenish ships and use port facilities, the chief of naval staff, Admiral ...  | Read.. 
 
Birth of overseas Indian citizen
India today kicked off its drive to grant dual citizenship to those of Indian origin who ' or whose ancestors ' had emigrated after the country was declared a republic on Jan ...  | Read.. 
 
Sonia Gandhi at her residence on the eve of International Day for Disabled Persons. (Reuters)
Rahul to give Amethi a gift
Salem cop order quashed
Rail scheme
Kalam pledge
 
Now, a Playboy minus nudes
Playboy is in talks to launch a men’s magazine in India, but one that does not include ..  | Read.. 
Testing time for AIDS
Ahead of what could be India’s biggest investment so far to check the spread of AIDS, an i..  | Read.. 
 
Standoff on, Raj skirts Mumbai
Raj Thackeray stayed put in Pune today, scrapping his s ...  | Read.. 

Rivals reload ammo
Anil Mathrani’s sensational allegations have buoye ...  | Read..