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Govt rides airport storm
Flights were disrupted across major airports ' there was even a blackout at Mumbai ' but the government appeared to have made up its mind to ride out the storm. ...  | Read.. 
 
CM steps in for normality
If Calcutta played to form by claiming first spot in flight disruptions, there was one unusual gesture by the Left Front government to restore normality. ...  | Read.. 
 
Nagas united in relief over truce
Kept on tenterhooks for months, Nagaland heaved a sigh of relief as Delhi and the National Socialist Council of Nagalim (Isak-Muivah) extended the ceasefire between them ...  | Read.. 
 
India set to vote with US
R-word makes a difference
Barring dramatic or unexpected developments in New Delhi in the next 24 hours, India will vote with the US, Russia, China and the major European powers on an International At ...  | Read.. 
 
Govt rides airport storm
 
 
We probably let us down ourselves

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State comes second in e-governance
Jharkhand has found a place among three states identified for their “stupendous work” in ...  | Read..
IIMs in give and take
Arjun Singh and the IIMs have found a way out of the foreign foray dilemma with the minister se ...  | Read..