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Singh sees ‘big power’ hurdle to UN seat
Having lost out in the race for the top UN job of secretary-general two weeks ago, the chances of India joining the high table at the Security Council also seem to have receded. Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today admitted that “some big powers” were coming in the way of India realis ...  | Read.. 
 
‘Plot to kill’ heat on Jaya
The Tamil Nadu government has decided to initiate legal action against ADMK leader Jayalalithaa for having allegedly “hatched a conspiracy to finish off” the DM ...  | Read.. 
 
Foreign berth pot boils again
With Prime Minister Manmohan Singh returning to the capital tonight after back-to-back overseas trips, speculation has again started on a cabinet shuffle. ...  | Read.. 
 
Arms arrest
Another brother of lance-naik Bijit Sardar, who allegedly smuggled cartridges out of an army depot, was arrested today. ...  | Read.. 
 
Conversion damp squib
The mass conversion rally in Nagpur, where a million Dalits were to change their religion today, turned out to be a damp squib with only 600 of them in attendance. ...  | Read.. 
 
Sushmita Sen at City Centre, where she opened a friend’s restaurant on Saturday. “You will get to see a lot more of me in Calcutta,” the actress promi ...  | Read
Kids die as bus falls into gorge
Cracker blast
Train eviction
Art ‘fraud’
 
Women’s chain frees men
An unusual display of woman power today forced militants to set free two of four village defenc..  | Read.. 
Broadcasters fall in line on CAS rates
After a show of reluctance and mounting the odd legal challenge, television companies have comp..  | Read.. 
 
Prize won, push for peace
As Bangladesh basked in Nobel glory, Muhammad Yunus today s ...  | Read..