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Quota protesters fire without gun
Striking medical students today scrambled to intensify their agitation against quotas without any clear-cut plan of action as it began to dawn on them that their campaign needed better coordination and more public support. ...  | Read.. 
 
Flames of mutiny engulf OIL units
Contract workers who rose in mutiny against Oil India Ltd in Assam two days ago set ablaze a fourth effluent-treatment pit and a gas pipeline today, forcing the company to fi ...  | Read.. 
 
Cloud on Congress heartland drive
The Congress might have to rework its revival plan for Uttar Pradesh following the Centre’s decision last night to introduce reservation for the Other Backward Classes in higher education. ...  | Read.. 
 
Samba in Swiss idyll
Quiet lakeside resort falls to Brazil charm
Going by the Samba dancing and other street festivities dipped in yellow-green, you’d think the World Cup final was this afternoon. ...  | Read.. 
 
A student on hunger strike at AIIMS reads Wings of Fire written by President A.P.J. Abdul Kalam who the protesters met on Wednesday. (AFP)
Quota protesters fire without gun
 
 
The apolitical nature of this movement is its strength and its weakness

Binod Khaitan
associate professor at AIIMS
Oil boss on the skids
Subir Raha, the ONGC chairman who fought a very public battle with former petroleum minister Ma ...  | Read..
Arjun’s team gets cracking
Arjun Singh’s ministry has set the ball rolling on introducing 27 per cent quota for Other ...  | Read..