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Court acts but SBI stays shut
Delhi High Court today asked striking staff of State Bank of India not to interfere in banking operations or cause inconvenience to the public, but the auto-pilot nature of such mass actions ensured the largest commercial bank in the country was crippled today. ...  | Read.. 
 
XLRI follows fee hike line
Aspiring management students of the state will have to dig deeper into their purses to step into the hallowed portals of XLRI School of Management (Jamshedpur) and Xavier ...  | Read.. 
 
Uttaranchal governor returns profit bill
The Congress government in Uttaranchal suffered a setback in the office-of-profit controversy when governor Sudarshan Agarwal today returned a bill seeking to amend the U ...  | Read.. 
 
Pranab makes first move
The leader of the Lok Sabha and defence minister Pranab Mukherjee today sent letters to leaders of all political parties on the office-of-profit bill. ...  | Read.. 
 
Damper on Left’s Bengal clamour
Left Front leaders today met chief election commissioner B.B. Tandon to air their grievances over some of the poll panel’s initiatives for the Bengal polls, but the ...  | Read.. 
 
The MV Nicobar, which caught fire on its way back from Port Blair on Sunday, returned to Calcutta port at 11.15 pm a day late. It was towed to the sho ...  | Read
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Jawan shoots down colleagues at CM house
Apparently denied leave, a jawan opened fire on his colleagues at the Jammu and Kashmir chief m..  | Read.. 
Clothes falling off' Calls for a probe
Maharashtra lawmakers are grappling with a big problem ' how to unravel the mystery behind a little..  | Read.. 
 
‘Pen pal’ siblings in fraud net
The pen-size camera used in the medical entrance exam f ...  | Read.. 

Metro shield
Delhi Metro will soon have a dedicated security wing t ...  | Read.. 

EC scanner on Singh code
The Election Commission is looking into the BJP’s ...  | Read.. 

Non-violence on trial in fast
Non-violent protest does not work in the country where ...  | Read.. 

Prompt verdict wins praise
Justice came fast, before the public had lost interest ...  | Read.. 

MPs bat for traders
Five Congress MPs today issued a joint statement demand ...  | Read.. 

68%, in spite of showers
For a state that had previously braved the threat of mi ...  | Read.. 

Test on May 8
Rae Bareli, the Lok Sabha seat vacated by Sonia Gandhi ...  | Read.. 

Sound and fury, but no complaint
Some say he could be crying wolf. Others feel it is a s ...  | Read.. 

Cash MP seats to miss date
The Supreme Court today restrained the Election Commission ...  | Read.. 

Joshi back, despite Advani
The RSS today managed to get its pracharak Sanjay Joshi ...  | Read.. 

France helping hand
As India prepares to hold talks with the Nuclear Suppliers ...  | Read.. 

Rebels kill DSP
A deputy superintendent of police was killed in an enco ...  | Read.. 

‘Excited’ Infosys warms to Andhra call
As crumbling infrastructure sours Bangalore’s marr ...  | Read.. 

Saif shines on Aussie stamp
Not Samresh Jung, not Rajyavardhan Rathore. It is Saif ...  | Read.. 

Dalmiya waits in vain for quiz team
Former BCCI chief Jagmohan Dalmiya today waited for one ...  | Read..