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Since 1st March, 1999
Steered by a decades-old habit of chewing raw wheat grains, sports goods vendor Makarand Kale from Sangli, Maharashtra, has developed what he claims is a “herbal” bulletproof jacket ...  | Read.. 
Old ties, new bond
Amidst the timeless rhythms of Bihar, history has a strange way of repeating itself. ...  | Read.. 
All-clear for Baglihar, only 1.5m less
A World Bank-appointed neutral expert today cleared the Baglihar power project in Jammu and Kashmir but told Delhi to reduce the dam height by 1.5 metres. ...  | Read.. 
Hospital rapped for holding on to body
Rapping a private hospital for refusing to hand over the body of a patient unless his family cleared the bills, Bombay High Court today directed it to file a reply in four we ...  | Read.. 
Poor in spotlight
Two Nobel Laureates were in town today, and put the poorest of the poor on centrestage. ...  | Read.. 
Author Ruskin Bond gives an autograph to a student in Mumbai. (Fotocorp)
Riot after ‘molest’ row
Bofors case
Dalit plea
Widow in Pak
Flowers have no power over judges
Boo to bear dance
Corpse collector
NTR poison
Third-party damper
India and Pakistan will both claim victory in the World Bank-appointed neutral expert’s ve..  | Read.. 
Arjun rests, govt gets restive
What’s in a name'..  | Read.. 
BPOs and tennis take a beating
If the call centres had a plan ready to get around the ...  | Read.. 

Bribes, too, have ‘tribes’
The clerk who demands a bribe over a power connection a ...  | Read.. 

Sleuths smell out delayed kits’ trail
As sleuths from the world cricket body began probing th ...  | Read.. 

Havan heat on Sidhu
BJP candidate Navjot Singh Sidhu, who seeks re-entry into t ...  | Read.. 

‘Princess’ pops up on BJP bypoll list
The BJP’s Madhya Pradesh unit has put Yashodhara R ...  | Read.. 

Foreigner date rape in Delhi
A 28-year-old British tourist was allegedly raped by he ...  | Read.. 

‘Union’ of jubilee hearts
Mayavati Mondal delayed her valve replacement operation ...  | Read..