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IIM arms itself for trip abroad
The first formal move of IIMs towards getting the green signal to set up campuses abroad was made by the Bangalore institute today ahead of the February 1 meeting with human resource development minister Arjun Singh. ...  | Read.. 
 
Ethics code on Sonia, Singh menu
With the Volcker and Quattrocchi scandals fresh on their minds, Sonia Gandhi and Manmohan Singh are expected to lecture delegates on the need for ethics and transparency in public life at the Hyderabad plenary that start ...  | Read.. 
 
Bus joins two Punjabs six decades after Partition
Six decades after trains and buses ferried piles of dead bodies across the new line partitioning India and Pakistan, the border witnessed scenes of joy today as the first Lahore-Amritsar bus, “Dosti”, rolled in ...  | Read.. 
 
Nepal parties fail protesters
King’s curfew stifles political power to organise
Streets emptied of people and traffic, shops shuttered down, markets closed, rolls of concertina coil across the main roads, armed police and army pickets at every crossing m ...  | Read.. 
 
There is a question mark over Sourav Ganguly (in picture during practice as Rahul Dravid looks on) playing in the second Test beginning at Faisalab ...  | Read
 
 
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Youth’s body found in Chevrolet
The Chevrolet Optra LS had been parked for almost 40 hours near the Lake Town traffic police bo ...  | Read..
House keeps out court
In a move that could get Parliament and judiciary eyeball to eyeball, Somnath Chatterjee has decide ...  | Read..