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Minority wail reaches PM
Drawing a parallel with the trauma of Sikhs in the eighties, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today told Muslims that he understands their “suffering” and asserted that there is “no need to equate terrorism and terrorists with any one community”. ...  | Read.. 
 
Rebel leader spills attack plans
The attempt to assassinate home minister Sudesh Mahto at Silli was made at the behest of a local JMM leader, Amit Mahto, claimed arrested Maoist commander Loha Singh. ...  | Read.. 
 
Security shield for Ulfa duo
Delhi has guaranteed security to top Ulfa leaders Arabinda Rajkhowa and Paresh Barua if they come for talks. ...  | Read.. 
 
Quota bill rolls, clash brews
A fresh confrontation over quotas looked set to unfold with the cabinet tonight clearing a bill to introduce 27 per cent reservation for students in aided higher education institutions. ...  | Read.. 
 
B-Company on board
Shah Rukh joins Jet, Bollywood boardroom list grows
Shah Rukh Khan is part of the Jet set, if anyone had any doubt. ...  | Read.. 
 
Inzamam-ul-Haq walks to the players’ dressing room at the Oval in London on Monday. (Reuters)
 
 
No community should feel it is on the radar of suspicion

MANMOHAN SINGH
Sound Bites:
Saturday night sounds

On the vast canvas of music as it is today, there seems to be less and less space for a credo where ...  | Read..
Inzy on trial, General steps in
As Inzamam-ul-Haq was charged today by the International Cricket Council with “changing th ...  | Read..