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Delhi stirs, Dutch say sorry
Almost 48 hours after 12 Indians were forced off a Mumbai-bound US flight and detained in Amsterdam, Delhi woke up to the political costs of continued inaction and rapped the Dutch. ...  | Read.. 
 
Profit plea on PM and PC
The President has forwarded to the Election Commission a petition seeking the disqualification of Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and finance minister P. Chidambaram as MPs ...  | Read.. 
 
Mishap claims singer & son
Seven persons, including singer Ramen Mahanta, his son (a child artiste) and a TV producer, died in a road accident near Tezpur this morning. ...  | Read.. 
 
Quota steps into lobbying phase
Legislation sent to panel with power to suggest amendments, Delhi medicos suspend agitation
In a decision that pleases all, the Centre today introduced the quota bill in Parliament and sent it to a standing committee, buying time for everyone concerned while keeping ...  | Read.. 
 
Law-keepers plant bombs
 
 
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Law-keepers plant bombs
Two policemen driving to an Indian Oil depot near the New Jalpaiguri station with explosives in ...  | Read..
Hair caught tampering: Psst! Gimme $500,000 and let me go
Darrell Hair, the Australian umpire who found Pakistan guilty of cheating, had demanded what will b ...  | Read..