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Mayhem in mourning
Kannada icon Rajkumarís death turned Indiaís Silicon Valley into an arena of violence today with five people losing their lives as police sought unsuccessfully to control rioting mobs who tried to get close to the film star on his last journey. ...  | Read.. 
 
MP option in Cong CM hunt
If not Tarun Gogoi, who' ...  | Read.. 
 
PM threat No. 1 tag on Maoists
Spring Thunder has struck Delhi, a day after its disruptive potential was acknowledged in Calcutta and 39 years after the clarion call rose in Naxalbari in Bengal. ...  | Read.. 
 
Tigers leashed, lions get the boot
Show of Election Commission fangs scares away animals of clay
After having more or less tamed the tigers of Bengal politics, the Election Commission has now got a dozen and odd lions thrown out for violating its model code of conduct. ...  | Read.. 
 
Salman Khan was released on bail from Jodhpur Central Jail on Thursday after three days behind bars following his conviction in a chinkara poach ...  | Read
 
 
The problem of Naxalism is the single biggest internal security challenge ever faced by the country

MANMOHAN SINGH
Rethink on school control
One rash step forward, two steps back. Thatís what the Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee government ...  | Read..
Boy for girl in royal tragedy
Devyani Rana, whose name must figure in any mention of the Kathmandu palace massacre, is ready ...  | Read..