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Steel & Shilpa keep UK busy
It needed someone in authority to link the names of the two Indians who are dominating the news — Shilpa Shetty and Ratan Tata —and the Financial Times did just that today. ...  | Read.. 
 
Ulfa cloud on Bhutan, again
Bhutan’s persistent denial of Ulfa’s resurgence in its territory is being doubted again with the militant group freeing a kidnapped engineer of the Border Roads ...  | Read.. 
 
Editors’ Guild spits fire at Ulfa
Taking umbrage at Ulfa’s recent outbursts against Kanak Sen Deka, editor of Dainik Agradoot, and D.N. Chakravarty, editor of Dainik Asam, the Editors ...  | Read.. 
 
Author finds calling in Ramayan
The author recounts the days she spent at Vrindavan ...  | Read.. 
 
Art auction' Shut eyes and splurge the crores
Gaitonde breaks own record, but the taste of some buyers is raising eyebrows
V.S. Gaitonde broke his own record — for the highest price ever paid for a painting in the country — when an untitled work by the artist fetched a whopping Rs 5.76 crore at a ...  | Read.. 
 
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Actor Shayan Munshi and wife Piya leave Delhi High Court after a hearing in the Jessica Lal case. The court has told him to explain in “written format ...  | Read
 
 
I have recognised him. He is my son
Ghulam Rasool
after carpenter Abdul Rahman’s body was exhumed
Games Delhi plays
The Bush administration may have won scores of fans here by pushing the nuclear deal with India ...  | Read..
Rush to snatch match for DD
Let parents wait for years for news of their missing children — but the government will not to ...  | Read..