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PM puts ear to Kashmir ground
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today sought to address problems within Jammu and Kashmir by announcing five working groups to look into a range of issues, including the special state. ...  | Read.. 
 
Hindu anger halts Husain UK show
Bowing to pressure from the Hindu Forum of Britain, the Asia House here has abruptly cancelled a painting exhibition of M.F. Husain on “security” grounds. ...  | Read.. 
 
Pak house hunt hits wall
Pakistan’s search for an address to base its consulate in Mumbai has run into trouble again. ...  | Read.. 
 
Punjab springs Da Vinci ban
One day before The Da Vinci Code is to hit Indian cinemas, the Punjab government today banned its “release” or “exhibition” in the state “ ...  | Read.. 
 
Grenade blast kills 4 tourists
Srinagar, May 25. Four tourists from Gujarat, including two children, were killed in a militant attack on a day Prime Minister Manmohan Singh concluded his visit to Kashmir. ...  | Read.. 
 
Relatives of victims of the grenade attack at a Srinagar hospital. (AFP)
Singapore airline cuts return fares
No VIP treatment in temples
Malaysia visa
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Moral support and money trickle in
The anti-quota campaign gained fresh momentum today with doctors from private and government ho..  | Read.. 
Budhia runs from ban, set for fresh ‘marathon’
A week after the Orissa government moved the high court for a ban on long-distance runs by Budhia S..  | Read.. 
 
Nuke deal
Amid optimism over the passage of the civilian nuclear deal ...  | Read.. 

‘Second wife’ spells fresh trauma
Each time Taliban victim K. Suryanarayana’s “ ...  | Read.. 

US damages
A US federal judge awarded a group of 52 Indians more than ...  | Read.. 

Vadodara 9 surrender after prod from MLA
Nine persons accused of stabbing and setting on fire Mohamm ...  | Read.. 

Burnt by quota, Cong looks to job act
Where Arjun Singh’s brainchild has stumbled, the C ...  | Read.. 

Mumbai readies deluge shield
Twice shy after last July’s deluge, Mumbai is trying to insure against ...  | Read.. 

Check-in at kiosk
Passengers travelling light on Jet Airways will not hav ...  | Read.. 

British leg-up for Indian films with a difference
Independent Indian filmmakers who cannot get distributors i ...  | Read.. 

Left volley on Calcutta airport
The Left parties have told the government that the join ...  | Read..