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Palace bows to people
The Nepalese people have brought their beleaguered monarch to his knees. King Gyanendra was forced to retreat by the peopleís movement today. ...  | Read.. 
 
Praveen vents cash grouse
Praveen Mahajan has stuck to his statement that he shot at Pramod in a fit of rage, but added a financial motive to the earlier one of humiliation at his brotherís hands. ...  | Read.. 
 
Taj film set for history in Pak
Akbar Khanís Taj Mahal might have sunk without a trace at home, but it is set to make history across the border. On Wednesday, it will become the first Indian film to be commercially released in Pakistan after 40 ...  | Read.. 
 
í70sí nemesis, now comrade
Ex-Naxal leader Ashim Chatterjee on same side as Ray
Former chief minister Siddhartha Shankar Ray has offered to campaign for former Naxalite leader Ashim Chatterjee and re-script years of bloodshed in Bengalís modern his ...  | Read.. 
 
Nepalese communist party supporters at a protest meeting in Kathmandu on Monday. (AFP)
Palace bows to people
 
 
They (the kids) planned an early morning surprise.... They had decorated the room

SACHIN TENDULKAR
Tongue Twister
Way back in 1967, I made a deal with my mother. She was to give me the princely sum of Rs 900 and I ...  | Read..
Hostage traced to hospital
A senior government engineer who had been kidnapped by suspected Ulfa militants from Guwahati last ...  | Read..