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Numbers key to BJP vote puzzle
The BJP’s strident stand against the expulsion of the tainted MPs has puzzled even its insiders and underscored the growing distance between the party and ally Janata Dal (United). ...  | Read.. 
 
Rural voters to wield axe
As the 11 MPs caught in the cash-for-questions expos' were shown the Parliament door, the Maharashtra government has decided to give rural voters the power to wield the s ...  | Read.. 
 
Salem lie-test signal
A designated Tada court today allowed Mumbai police to conduct scientific tests on extradited don Abu Salem to bolster its investigations. ...  | Read.. 
 
Priya’s ‘confessions’
After both Houses voted to expel the Money-for-Posers XI, parliamentary affairs minister Priya Ranjan Das Munshi had a few “confessions” to make. ...  | Read.. 
 
Most go missing, two wag finger
As the Parliament axe fell, two of the tainted 11 members cried foul against the verdict and threatened to move court. ...  | Read.. 
 
A young tsunami survivor peers from behind a curtain in Devanampattinam village in Cuddalore. (Reuters)
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‘Killer’ shot
Dal Lake rap
 
Sky blue’s out, boys to blaze in Nike blue
The sports apparel war in India has got hotter with Nike signing a Rs 196.66-crore deal as the ..  | Read.. 
Tribals defy custom, bow to queen
They lost a king but, on the eve of the tsunami anniversary, the stone-age aborigines have defi..  | Read.. 
 
Airbase gate blast
Militants exploded a car bomb at the entrance of Srinagar&# ...  | Read.. 

PM airs poll fund hopes
The Prime Minister today hoped that state funding of el ...  | Read.. 

Dawood of 1990 on show
Underworld don Dawood Ibrahim and some of India’s ...  | Read.. 

Delhi quake map
A narrow strip of exposed rock that cuts through the ca ...  | Read.. 

Tale of two saviours: in field & on paper
The day the killer waves struck, the elderly village he ...  | Read..