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CPM asks for leash on private quotas
The CPM has urged the Centre to “immediately introduce” a legislation to regulate fees and management quotas in private institutions. ...  | Read.. 
 
Exotic dancers for US visas
An Indian jeweller with a worldwide business network stretching from Japan and Thailand to the UK and Brazil is on the run for bribing a US state department official with fre ...  | Read.. 
 
Hrishida makes a quiet exit
There was an eerie quiet at Lilavati Hospital this evening where Hrishikesh Mukherjee breathed his last around 4.40 pm. ...  | Read.. 
 
Life ever-present, director invisible
“Hrishida is planning a comeback with me and Jaya. I will do whatever he says.” ...  | Read.. 
 
Atal blows Sangh trumpet
Who is responsible for India becoming a nuclear power' Who ended the “licence quota raj”' Who annexed Kashmir to India' The Jan Sangh and the RSS, if A.B. Vajpa ...  | Read.. 
 
Actor Shah Rukh Khan with director Farhan Akhtar at the music release of their film Don-The Chase Begins Again in Mumbai. (Fotocorp)
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Britain gets its Tirupati in Tividale
The opening of the one of the biggest Hindu temples in Europe excited only modest interest today fr..  | Read.. 
Horror footage fells slain professor’s friend
If his students’ punches cost Professor H.S. Sabharwal his life yesterday, television pict..  | Read.. 
 
BJP elders fit, juniors ailing
The BJP’s geriatric brigade seems bent on reversin ...  | Read.. 

Quake check for reactor
The fast breeder test reactor at the Indira Gandhi Cent ...  | Read.. 

Near riots after mosque hoax call
A mischievous complaint to police about terrorists hidi ...  | Read.. 

Rules prod for bungee jumping
A consumer court that received a complaint from a man who l ...  | Read.. 

Faster passport nudge
The ministry of external affairs has asked state government ...  | Read..