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Panel suggests quota for Dalit Muslims
A central panel’s suggestion to give Dalit Muslims a share of the other backward classes pie has the champions of the backwards cause caught in a cleft stick. ...  | Read.. 
 
Jet clears a US hurdle
Jet Airways has been given economic clearance to fly to the US, but more approvals are needed for the service to get off the ground. ...  | Read.. 
 
Cop ‘family’ for kid
An 11-year-old girl whom her grandmother couldn’t afford to send to school has become the latest instrument in the police’s propaganda war against the Maoists. ...  | Read.. 
 
Pilgrim peak for Haj
A record number of Haj pilgrims are likely to visit Mecca this year after the government today decided to enhance their travel quota by 10,000 to 1.1 lakh. ...  | Read.. 
 
Dependency syndrome
President A.P.J. Abdul Kalam today came out against “complex” policies and subsidies, saying a “dependency syndrome” has stunted performance and dimin ...  | Read.. 
 
A policeman stands guard outside the Anjuman-E-Islam school in Mumbai. (AFP)
Bar spree nets jewel thieves
Dress notice
Grooms fined
Jail gang war
 
Crucial 12-hour heart truth
Challenging current practices of dealing with heart attacks, an international study made public..  | Read.. 
Bengal to oppose SEZ farmland cap
The Bengal government today opposed the Centre’s 10 per cent ceiling on farmland within a ..  | Read.. 
 
Delhi prods Tehran to try nuke diplomacy
Iranian foreign minister Manouchehr Mottaki today expla ...  | Read.. 

Food for Lanka
Amid the escalating violence in northern and eastern Sr ...  | Read.. 

Kidnap scent leads to Chambal ravines
Three days after the son of Adobe India CEO Naresh Gupt ...  | Read.. 

Villagers turn in Pak militant
A Pakistani Lashkar-e-Toiba militant was turned in by villa ...  | Read..