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Quota battle stirs back to life
Doctors and medical students, who scuffled with police on Delhi’s streets today, have threatened to go on a nationwide strike within 24 hours of the quota bill being tabled in Parliament. ...  | Read.. 
 
Delhi breather for colas
Health minister Anbumani Ramadoss today said the Centre for Science and Environment’s report on pesticides in colas was “inconclusive” and two Indian labor ...  | Read.. 
 
House fire at Speaker
Every Opposition member in the Assembly today had his own agenda, but united, they succeeded in stalling the functioning of the House — undeterred by even a live telecast ...  | Read.. 
 
Bullets fly on border
A gunbattle between the BSF and the BDR (Bangladesh Rifles) near Leverputa border outpost of the BSF this morning has heightened tension along the Indo-Bangladesh border. ...  | Read.. 
 
Sissy slur on IRB deserters
A group of 29 constables of an India Reserve Battalion (IRB) from Mizoram deserted their barracks midway through a training stint at the Vairengte Counter Insurgency & ...  | Read.. 
 
Pakistan game plan: Clean chit or pack-up
Team wants Inzy absolved of cheating charge and a council comment that Hair was wrong
It’s not official, but if captain Inzamam-ul Haq isn’t absolved of the damning ball-tampering charge, then it’s almost certain that the Pakistan cricket team w ...  | Read.. 
 
Medical students fight policemen during the protest in New Delhi. Picture by Ramakant Kushwaha
Quota battle stirs back to life
 
 
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Terror reminder to Mumbai
Police shot dead a suspected Pakistani militant in a dramatic encounter at dawn after one of hi ...  | Read..
Wanted, cream to cure tension
Now it can be told with authority that Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee does not need beauty cream. ...  | Read..