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Govt grapples with quota knot
Mounting pressure from allies forced the Congress to rack its brains this evening to find a way out of the quota tangle but the law ministry advised caution while dealing with the Supreme Court. ...  | Read.. 
 
Caste card trumps for parties
The Supreme Courtís decision to stay the law providing 27 per cent reservation to the OBCs in elite educational institutions has sparked a major row in Bihar with al ...  | Read.. 
 
Check ID, stay connected
Cellphones of thousands of pre-paid subscribers will be de-activated from April 1 because they have failed to verify their details with respective operators. ...  | Read.. 
 
Counting on Monday
Counting of votes in the Palamau bypoll will now be taken up a day later on Monday, following the Election Commissionís decision to order repoll at four booths in ...  | Read.. 
 
Held & hospitalised
The fasting wives of six Ulfa militants who went missing in Bhutan three years ago were arrested and herded into a hospital during a dramatic midnight operation by police ...  | Read.. 
 
One-day loses one who cares
Kumble the humble hangs up ODI boots
As India lost to Sri Lanka and moved towards exiting from the World Cup a week ago, few couldíve missed Rahul Dravid appearing to wipe a tear from his left eye. ...  | Read.. 
 
Anil Kumble with his family ó wife Chetana and children Svasti (in her motherís arms) and Aruni ó in Bangalore after announcing his retirement from o ...  | Read
 
 
It is unfortunate that Dravid is being made the scapegoat
Anil Kumble
Rate bite looms again
Brace for another rise in interest rates on your home and car loans. ...  | Read..
Dhaka hangs Bangla Bhai
Dhakaís new army-backed government today sent Delhi its most reassuring signal yet by hang ...  | Read..