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Left blinks in nuclear standoff
The Left today climbed down on its demand for a resolution on the nuclear deal, agreeing to a short-duration discussion in the House. ...  | Read.. 
 
PM regrets Asma search
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has apologised to Pakistani human rights activist Asma Jehangir after her hotel room was searched by Delhi police last night without a warra ...  | Read.. 
 
BJP Big Two back Jaswant
With Atal Bihari Vajpayee and L.K. Advani throwing their weight behind Jaswant Singh, the threat of a privilege motion is unlikely to dislodge him from the post of leader ...  | Read.. 
 
Microsoft city ally
Microsoft Research India is planning to join hands with the Indian Statistical Institute (ISI), Calcutta, to conduct research, reports our special correspondent. ...  | Read.. 
 
Poison OK in water, not cola
Lok Sabha MPs today tore into cola companies for feeding “slow poison” to people, with some demanding a ban on soft drinks produced by multinationals Coca-Cola ...  | Read.. 
 
Some of the 35 buses India has gifted to Afghanistan line up to cross the Wagah border. (AP)
Prince in hospital with throat pain
Chargesheet against Rahul
7/11 arrests
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Combat fatigues to corporate warriors
Generals in the armed forces, including vice-chief of ...  | Read.. 
Natwar blow to Cong, boon for BJP
Exit Jaswant Singh and enter Natwar Singh in Parliament' ..  | Read.. 
 
Hazare in fight for information
The Centre, which is planning to bring about controvers ...  | Read.. 

School bags taken to court
A public trust has moved the Supreme Court for a direct ...  | Read.. 

Nod to amend criminal code
The Union cabinet tonight gave the go-ahead to an amend ...  | Read.. 

Jail shock for eight Trinamul leaders
Eight Trinamul Congress leaders were today remanded in ...  | Read.. 

Modi forecast rained out
The stars haven’t quite smiled on Narendra Modi ...  | Read..