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Buddha acts hard and soft
Debates may continue, but development will not stop. ...  | Read.. 
 
Nuke deal
A US official visiting New Delhi assured India that its concerns would be addressed in the bill allowing the nuclear deal between the two nations to start rolling even as ...  | Read.. 
 
Trial after 9 yrs but lawyer absent
How many days should it take for a trial to start in a case of attempt to rape' A year, maybe two, at best five' ...  | Read.. 
 
Attack on engineers
Three executives of construction company Gammon India were critically wounded today in firing by militants in the troubled North Cachar Hills of Assam. ...  | Read.. 
 
Cassius: stalker who never smiled
Recalling how her teenage years were infested with a variety of admirers, the writer winds up the third instalment of stories about her “lovers”. ...  | Read.. 
 
Pak rewrites Partition page
Textbooks to say ‘deprivation, not religion’ led to division
After 60 years defending the two-nation theory that saw Hindus and Muslims as fundamentally incapable of living together, Pakistan will change its textbooks to say it was ...  | Read.. 
 
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Start of Innings II
Before setting out for South Africa as a Test specialist, Sourav Ganguly had acknowledged he wa ...  | Read..
Buzz of bids for Hutch
Hutchison India may be up for grabs.Two of the world’s largest private equity firms — the Texas Pacific Group and Blackstone...  | Read..