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Gift of girl
Having craved a son for years, Safiya had been inconsolable when she gave birth to her third daughter, Saboora. It took her months to come out of the shock. ...  | Read.. 
 
Maoist four surrender
Four Maoist leaders, including a kingpin alleged to have staged a dramatic 2004 jailbreak in neighbouring Orissa, laid down their arms today. ...  | Read.. 
 
N-talks amid rift within & without
The next round of talks on the agreement to facilitate Indo-US civilian nuclear cooperation begins tomorrow in a context that does not seem very propitious. ...  | Read.. 
 
J&K troop pullout rests on army input
Defence minister A.K. Antony today said a decision on withdrawal of troops from Jammu and Kashmir would be determined by the assessments of the armed forces and security ...  | Read.. 
 
‘Macaca’ catapults dad to Democrat chair
It is not unusual for sons and daughters of politician-fathers — or mothers — to ride piggyback on their parents into political office, but among Indian Americans the rev ...  | Read.. 
 
Geeta Rani, the first Indian to have a dead person’s thigh bone implanted in her body, at a Delhi hospital on Sunday. The 45-year-old went for the sur ...  | Read
Wife shut with dogs
Gandhi row
Driver in hurry, now in lock-up
Court call for Yuvraj
Peg after protest
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Sadhu in net for Canadian rape
A Canadian woman was allegedly raped by a Naga sadhu after she landed in his Varanasi ashram in sea..  | Read.. 
Oxford entrance tests to get tougher
Oxford University intends applying a whole raft of new entrance tests to identify the brightest..  | Read.. 
 
Cong seals UP poll deal
Alarmed at Rahul Gandhi (picture above) mingling freely with ...  | Read..