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If itís Indo-Pak, it must be a plot
An India-Pakistan drama unfolded this evening as six injured survivors of the Samjhauta Express blasts waited for over two hours in a Pakistani Air Force plane that would not take off. ...  | Read.. 
 
Flip side of road vigil
Gone are the days when drivers of overloaded trucks used to take a detour to avoid the prying eyes of men in khaki. Itís virtually the other way round these days. ...  | Read.. 
 
BJD set to grow in rural Orissa, not ally
Seven years after the NDA coalition came to power in Orissa, the BJD is yet to suffer from the anti-incumbency factor, suggest reports coming in from the districts. ...  | Read.. 
 
Court grants bail to power theft accused
People accused by the state electricity board of stealing power worth Rs 20 crore cannot be arrested. For, Jharkhand High Court has granted them bail. ...  | Read.. 
 
Govt bled scheme to fund Games
Less than a week after the ďbest everĒ National Games ended, the focus has shifted to the games politicians allegedly played behind the scenes to bankroll the extra ...  | Read.. 
 
Big W remembers W
Finally, Wimbledon pays fair price
Women tennis players will in future receive the same prize money as men, the authorities at Wimbledon announced today. ...  | Read.. 
 
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A Pakistani child injured in the Samjhauta Express blasts leaves for home from Safdarjung Hospital on Thursday. (PTI)
If itís Indo-Pak, it must be a plot
 
 
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Cleared, Salim first phase in CM court
The Centre today allowed the Salim Group to bring in foreign direct investment of up to $500 mi ...  | Read..
Heartland pot boils again
The last has not been heard on the Uttar Pradesh saga even after the Election Commission announ ...  | Read..