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Sonia strikes at Sangh via Kalam
Sonia Gandhi has sought President A.P.J. Abdul Kalam’s help to get the Madhya Pradesh government to reverse its order allowing employees to participate in the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh’s activities. ...  | Read.. 
 
Wait for student’s body gets longer
The grieving parents of murdered medical student Nitesh Kumar Singh will have to wait three more days for his body, which will be sent to Calcutta on October 1 by air and ...  | Read.. 
 
Little-big girl on Durga pedestal
Sometime tomorrow, when the puja on the seventh day of Navratra begins in a village deep in the hinterland, Durga the demon-slayer will have to share the homage of devote ...  | Read.. 
 
Phoolan clone shot dead
Uttar Pradesh police have shot dead Rano Devi, ending the reign of fear unleashed by one of the few women bandits in the Chambal ravines. ...  | Read.. 
 
Booze brigadier count swells
It goes like (hic, etc!) “The Charge of the Booze Brigade”. ...  | Read.. 
 
Ravana in Ramleela during Navratra celebrations in Mathura on Thursday. (PTI)
Relief for duped B-school student
Suicide by Vidarbha farmers
Mig-29 crash
Lock-up death
 
5 acquitted in blasts blow to CBI
Five grateful men walked free from special judge Pramod Kode’s court today in a verdict se..  | Read.. 
Suspense on Rahul role
The suspense over whether Rahul Gandhi will get a bigger role in Congress affairs and the uncer..  | Read.. 
 
PM caution on sops
The Prime Minister today cautioned states against signi ...  | Read.. 

Vote, varsity for NRIs
The government is likely to move an amendment to the Re ...  | Read.. 

Abusive mum gets back kid
When Nazia Bano won custody of her two-year-old daughte ...  | Read.. 

Judgment day arrives for Monica
The smile has returned to Monica Bedi’s face. ...  | Read..