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Law puts Delhi on dagger’s edge
Paramilitary troops took up position and trader leaders planned to go into hiding as Delhi teetered on the edge of chaos and violence today with the government preparing to follow a Supreme Court order to resume sealing. ...  | Read.. 
 
We’ve failed the people: Gogoi
It has taken two more blasts in Guwahati and the loss of 13 more lives for Tarun Gogoi to make an honest confession: the Congress-led government has failed the people on law ...  | Read.. 
 
Terms for Reliance
The Bengal government appears to be fi- ne-tuning the terms under which it is prepared to sign an agreement with Mukesh Ambani’s Reliance for the company’s farm ...  | Read.. 
 
Sleaze case IG gives up
Suspended inspector-general of police P.S. Natrajan, who remained a fugitive for more than a year on charges of alleged sexual exploitation, surrendered before a city court t ...  | Read.. 
 
Tech teacher held for confining children
A lecturer at the prestigious National Institute of Technology near Jamshedpur, who is associated with a non-government organisation under investigation, was arrested tod ...  | Read.. 
 
Push comes to shove
Sachin criticises Ponting for nudging Pawar
What Jagmohan Dalmiya famously failed to do, Ricky Ponting managed with no more than a nudge: remove Sharad Pawar. ...  | Read.. 
 
A policeman on guard in a Delhi market after traders downed shutters on Monday. (AFP)
Law puts Delhi on dagger’s edge
 
 
It was an unpleasant incident and was uncalled for

SACHIN TENDULKAR
on reports that Sharad Pawar was nudged by Australian players
America votes on Bush war
The sound of mortar shells slamming into Baghdad grew muted this evening but, in America, Repu ...  | Read..
Back to Maidan: Debris outlives guild grass
Nine months have passed, but the Maidan still bears the scars of the last book fair. And the ti ...  | Read..