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Since 1st March, 1999
Bell tolls for student ‘apartheid’
Announcing the end of “academic apartheid”, the Maharashtra government has said schools cannot segregate students on the basis of their marks. ...  | Read.. 
Shout against Buta salute
Governor Buta Singh shut himself in Raj Bhavan as his decision to take salute on Republic Day sparked loud protests in Patna. ...  | Read.. 
Chhappan cop pulls court stunt
Just over three years ago, they were Mumbai police’s poster boys, working as a team to gun down at least 80 gangsters in encounters. ...  | Read.. 
President A.P.J. Abdul Kalam today said political parties should leave behind them the politics of power after an election and come together to pursue the objective of de ...  | Read.. 
Uneasy tidings in trip cut short
The sudden arrival of former Prime Minister H.D. Deve Gowda from New Delhi this morning is an indication that relations have soured between the ruling coalition partners, ...  | Read.. 
A student at a programme on the eve of Republic Day in Amritsar. (PTI)
Hawker crusader dies
Graft blow
Mission hit
Tornado drill
Jawan cracks, shoots mates
Four paramilitary troopers were gunned down on the eve of Republic Day in heavily fortified Sri..  | Read.. 
Back to roots signal in hot post for Modi
One is hailed as the monarch of the Hindu heart, the other used his not-so-well-known rhyming power..  | Read.. 
Tricked, Left in retail ritual
Yesterday’s cabinet green light to FDI in retail h ...  | Read.. 

Voice Amar’s: Lab
The Central Forensic Science Laboratory (CFSL) in Hyder ...  | Read.. 

Teamwork on terror
India and Saudi Arabia today decided to work together i ...  | Read..