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Haste lands IIMs in admission muddle
IIMs, the iconic schools that produce the best managers in the country, have landed themselves in the middle of a poorly managed show. ...  | Read.. 
 
Koda tests water in Delhi
Chief minister Madhu Koda today called on Congress president Sonia Gandhi in New Delhi, amid speculation that the state is inching towards a spell of President’s Rule. ...  | Read.. 
 
Agni III test-fire achieves milestone
India today test-fired its nuclear-capable and longest-range missile — Agni III — and defence scientists overseeing the project immediately claimed the country had “ ...  | Read.. 
 
Shun-force plea from Amnesty
Orissa should avoid forced evictions of farmers in Jagatsinghpur for the Posco project and instead consult them on displacement, an Amnesty International press release today ...  | Read.. 
 
Docs reject Dispur pill for Ulfa wives
Doctors at Gauhati Medical College and Hospital have refused to abide by the Kamrup (metro) administration’s directive to forcibly feed the fasting wives of Ulfa militan ...  | Read.. 
 
Airline at a discount
Jet Airways has struck an agreement to acquire Air Sahara for Rs 1,450 crore — a mark-down of 34 per cent from the original price of Rs 2,200 crore. ...  | Read.. 
 
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Airline at a discount
 
 
We should have been more careful
Atal Bihari Vajpayee
on the Uttar Pradesh CD row
Dance relief, till time takes toll
Suparna Sarkar will not have to dance — at least till her parents are certain that police have ...  | Read..
Fee on agri-malls
Malls dealing in farm products in Calcutta and Howrah will have to pay a volume-driven “fe ...  | Read..