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Verdict in a day & justice done
A Bihar court today set an unbeatable speed record by trying, convicting and sentencing a man for attempted rape in a single day, thanks to the eight-year-old victimís courage. ...  | Read.. 
 
Private quota pot simmers
The Centre today set the ball rolling for the second phase of reservation in higher education. ...  | Read.. 
 
Creamy layer net cast wide
The Supreme Court today ruled that the creamy layer among the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes should not be given reservation in government jobs. ...  | Read.. 
 
Alam set to be Speaker
Congress legislator from Pakur Alamgir Alam will take the oath of office and secrecy on Friday after emerging as the consensus candidate for the Speakerís post today ...  | Read.. 
 
Police foil
Slogan-shouting activists ran into a wall of security personnel when they tried to storm the seat of power today as part of their campaign for peace talks with Ulfa, but ...  | Read.. 
 
Pleasure button lies in your belly
Hormone may help develop drugs to control craving for food, party pills
Maybe itís not such a good idea to dismiss gut feelings. The stomach, it turns out, can indeed influence the brain, even rewire its circuits. ...  | Read.. 
 
ONE DAY, A CURE FOR CRAVING'
Pleasure button lies in your belly
 
 
Shah Rukh is Shah Rukh. Who else can play Don today'

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Dilemma still for Imrana
The woman whose rape by her father-in-law had brought an edict to separate from her husband tod ...  | Read..
Buzz of Corus rising for Tata
Corporate Indiaís biggest and most significant overseas acquisition seemed set to go ahead ...  | Read..