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Kalam to open bigger, better Infocom
President A.P.J. Abdul Kalam will inaugurate Infocom 2006, the country’s biggest information, communication and technology exposition, on December 6 in Calcutta. ...  | Read.. 
 
Temple blast mystery lingers
An uneasy calm descended on the Iskcon temple after a brush with terror on what was supposed to be a night of revelry. ...  | Read.. 
 
Manmohan & Machiavelli
Manmohan Singh is the unlikeliest harbinger of a new order or a radical change. Nor did he fancy himself as one, so far. At least not publicly. ...  | Read.. 
 
Scientists wait and watch
Former Atomic Energy Commission chairman P.K. Iyengar today interpreted the Prime Minister’s assurances on the nuclear deal as “a lot of promises intended to al ...  | Read.. 
 
Arjun push for quota bill
Human resource development minister Arjun Singh is stepping up a drive to introduce a bill for a 27 per cent OBC quota in higher education in the monsoon session that end ...  | Read.. 
 
Winning smile and day-old stubble in place, actor Abhishek Bachchan turned up at a mobile phone launch in Mumbai on Thursday and took questions from ...  | Read
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Untrained guard posted at SRK’s
A private security guard has to undergo a four-week training before he can be sent to work, acc..  | Read.. 
PM’s fresh promises
In allaying the apprehensions of the critics of the India-US nuclear deal, Prime Minister Manmo..  | Read.. 
 
Rush to form profit panel
The Lok Sabha today cleared a plan to set up a 15-member jo ...  | Read.. 

7/11 contempt case on Raj
Raj Thackeray faces criminal contempt proceedings for w ...  | Read.. 

Reliance land row simmers
Former Prime Minister V.P. Singh, CPI chief A.B. Bardha ...  | Read..