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Gelatin jeep blows up, kills samaritans
A jeep exploded at a village near Chennai this afternoon, killing at least 17 people and wounding 27, many of them curious villagers who had gathered around the vehicle after it caught fire, police said. ...  | Read.. 
 
IIM brake fuels brain drain fear
Forced by the government to delay declaration of entrance results, the top Indian Institutes of Management are fearing the loss of the best and the brightest to other bus ...  | Read.. 
 
Sariska link in Gir lion deaths
The tiger poachers of Sariska are behind the killings of Asiatic lions in Gir sanctuary, claimed a Gujarat CID team that has rounded up 17 people . ...  | Read.. 
 
Happy, but hopping jobs
A sense of restlessness coupled with ambition is driving India’s young information technology (IT) professionals to seek new jobs even when they are “happy with ...  | Read.. 
 
Civilians ‘disobey’ Naxalites, shot dead
Six persons, including four civilians, were killed in a Maoist attack on the CISF camp at Khasmahal, 300 metres from Bokaro Thermal Township, yesterday. ...  | Read.. 
 
Tourists at Siraj Bagh in Srinagar, which was thrown open to the public on Saturday. The tulip garden, Asia’s largest, will become the second largest ...  | Read
 
Nudge for Reliance licence
Chief minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee today told Forward Bloc leaders that there was no legal ..  | Read.. 
Schoolboy priest ready for queen’s big day
The Puri palace is abuzz with activity for Lilabati Pattamahadei’s Gahan Bije — the queen&..  | Read.. 
 
Turnout blame on security
A low voter turnout in the first phase of the Uttar Pra ...  | Read.. 

BJP sniffs Delhi throne in civic victory
The BJP today swept the civic polls in the capital just ...  | Read.. 

Poll hearing
The Election Commission today decided to give the CD-stung ...  | Read.. 

Threat twist to CD row
The CD case that caught the BJP on the wrong foot just ...  | Read..