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Passion India
When he closes his eyes, Spanish coach Antonio C. Padilla can see the India team of his dreams taking on future Zinedine Zidanes and Ronaldinhos in a football World Cup. ...  | Read.. 
 
Kalam hint at life after term
With about four months left in his tenure, President A.P.J. Abdul Kalam has indicated that he is not interested in another term. ...  | Read.. 
 
Maoist jungle show with a warning
Ousted from their base in Andhra Pradesh’s Nallamala forest, the Maoists have flexed their muscles by claiming to have held a month-long convention somewhere near th ...  | Read.. 
 
Murder over cuppa
Blood was spilt over tea and juice in a swanky Guwahati restaurant this evening as a conversation between three men turned into an argument and one of them ended up wi ...  | Read.. 
 
Penn Masala spices up campus
Penn Masala is not exactly another boy band, but you would not know it from some of the fan postings on its website. ...  | Read.. 
 
People look at a poster displaying modified sketches of the Samjhauta Express blast suspects in Panipat. ...  | Read
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Sonia appeal to ignore charges
Sonia Gandhi today steered clear of the political storm over Bofors but for a brief indirect re..  | Read.. 
Mulayam brush with trust vote first
Uttar Pradesh chief minister Mulayam Singh Yadav may create history of sorts by seeking a trust..  | Read.. 
 
Drug hope for Down
Scientists announced today that a compound all but disc ...  | Read.. 

CBI ‘rush’ to meet Q date
Under fire for its two-week delay in announcing Ottavio ...  | Read.. 

Ulfa funds for Dhaka parties
Cash-rich Ulfa is bankrolling political parties in poll-bou ...  | Read.. 

NRI lover battered to death
A couple has been charged with the murder of a man of India ...  | Read.. 

RTI veil on beacon
How many cars with flashing beacons on top do the Presi ...  | Read..