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Since 1st March, 1999
Babubhai Jolted Party
A BJP member of Parliament was today arrested trying to ferry two persons abroad on the passports of his wife and son, jolting his party and its affiliates off the moral high horse. ...  | Read.. 
Arjun eyes on quota deadline
Union HRD minister Arjun Singh hoped Indian Institutes of Management would be taking admission of OBCs and follow the new reservation policy from the current academic ses ...  | Read.. 
Posco protest trail marks village tracks
Hundreds of children opposed to the 12 million-tonne steel plant by South Korean steelmaker Posco today marched through the dirt tracks of the villages at the proposed st ...  | Read.. 
Northeast FCI boss abducted
Abductors whisked away the executive director of the Food Corporation of India (FCI)ís regional office and his driver from the Assam capital yesterday, unbeknownst to an ...  | Read.. 
Coiled up in fear of the adder
Shaken by a snakeís entry into her room, the author recounts a night of horror ...  | Read.. 
AbAshed' Certainly not this Khan
Spare a thought for the broken hearts before the party rolls
What do you do when your ex ties the knot with someone else' ...  | Read.. 
BJP MP Babubhai Katara and Paramjeet in a police vehicle. Telegraph picture
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Quota bar an order, not advice
The Supreme Court today clarified that its March 29 ruling staying higher education quotas was ...  | Read..
Student drive to avert backlash
As America tries to make some sense of the worst gun rampage in its history committed by a Kore ...  | Read..