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King sends Karan packing
“Failure” seems to be the only likely word to describe the Prime Minister’s special envoy Karan Singh’s foray to the Nepalese capital. He beat a hasty retreat to Delhi this afternoon, leaving a day earlier than scheduled. ...  | Read.. 
 
Wedding song turns into dirge
A wedding in Assam ended in calamity last night when the bus carrying the groom and his entourage plunged into a roadside pond barely 4 km from the bride’s house, killin ...  | Read.. 
 
38-year hell ends
A faint smile played on the lips of 70-year-old Jagjivan Ram Yadav today as he heard a Faizabad court make history with six short words. ...  | Read.. 
 
Spectacle Sonia targets governance
Crowds turn up to see, get to hear attack without identified enemy
For 13-year-old Sabia Khatun, it was like going to the movies. ...  | Read.. 
 
A pro-democracy protester shouts anti-king slogans in Kathmandu on Thursday. (AFP)
King sends Karan packing
 
 
It is not acceptable

R. Seshasayee
CII president
on mandatory reservation
You’ve got only snail mail
The next time you need to send an urgent letter, you may have to depend on snail mail. ...  | Read..
Industry plan to pre-empt quotas
The corporate sector is hoping to dissuade the government from trying to ram a proposed caste-b ...  | Read..