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Modi does a mini-Medha
One hunger strike almost got the Centre to suspend work on Sardar Sarovar dam before the threat of another robbed it of the appetite for action and sent it running for cover to the Supreme Court. ...  | Read.. 
 
Salem charged, Manisha gets clean chit
Actress Manisha Koirala has received a clean chit from Mumbai police in the murder of her secretary Ajit Dewani. ...  | Read.. 
 
A day after bombs, PM salutes spirit of peace
The Prime Minister today visited Jama Masjid and praised the city’s residents for their restraint after the twin blasts during evening prayers yesterday. ...  | Read.. 
 
Bangalore, all is not lost
Legendary London lecture looks to India for new venue
For almost two centuries, young audiences have been enthralled by lectures given each Christmas in the Royal Institution by the leading lights in science, from Michael Farada ...  | Read.. 
 
A Sikh turban' never before seen in a ceremonial army parade in Pakistan ' stood out as cadets marched on the grounds of the Pakistan Military Academ ...  | Read
 
 
It is time for all of us to stand together

MANMOHAN SINGH
at the Jama Masjid
Bodo youth lynched
Post-poll violence continued to rock the Bodo heartland of Assam with a youth being lynched in ...  | Read..
EC doubles observers
Just when the CPM thought the Election Commission is through with its diktat-a-day regimen, the ...  | Read..