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Graveyard chock-full, a week on
Hundreds of children gathered for Friday prayers at the Bada Kabrastan Masjid in Malegaon, seven days after many of their friends were killed in blasts. ...  | Read.. 
 
CBI seeks death for Memons
The CBI demanded the death penalty for the three Memon brothers convicted in the Bombay blasts case, as the first week of the verdict in one of the world’s longest t ...  | Read.. 
 
Tighter check on defence spend
The defence ministry has tightened accountability for armed forces’ headquarters two months after giving financial powers to the army, navy and the air force and tol ...  | Read.. 
 
AP rockets
Tamil Nadu police today sealed seven small factories in suburban Ambattur and arrested seven people on the charge of manufacturing the rockets and launchers seized recent ...  | Read.. 
 
Former Prime Minister Deve Gowda at a Malegaon hospital on Friday. (PTI)
Amarnath mahant resigns
Maoists killed
Bata strike
HC judges
 
Bina walks out of jail, not trouble
A beaming Bina Ramani left the Patiala House courts today, accompanied by daughter Malini, after be..  | Read.. 
Now, screen revolution
The pink veil behind the round table on the dais suddenly went up, letting in beams from every ..  | Read.. 
 
US ‘puppet’ gets a snub
A backdoor attempt by the US to hijack the UN secretary ...  | Read.. 

Quota cloud hangs over AIIMS fest
Surinder Meena sits in his hostel room, his door shut, read ...  | Read.. 

Security scanner on NRI
The Enforcement Directorate (ED) today submitted before ...  | Read.. 

Health worry at Castro absence
Cuban leader Fidel Castro failed to appear at the inaug ...  | Read.. 

Koda tiptoes on berth tightrope
Racked by berth pangs of ministry formation, Jharkhand ...  | Read.. 

Raze jolt to Jaya
The Congress-ruled Bhopal Municipal Corporation has raz ...  | Read..