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The young man sat silently in Parliament as others around him worked their lung power. When he did speak — on the oh-so-boring topic of education — even party colleagues found it “drab”. The more Congress workers saw of Rahul Gandhi, the more they longed for Priyanka to “lead& ...  | Read.. 
 
More worms out of Katara can
Babubhai Katara had sneaked people out on forged passports at least thrice before a chance check exposed his game. ...  | Read.. 
 
Tongue trouble
Union rural development minister Raghuvansh Prasad Singh, who had threatened to “pull out” Nitish Kumar’s tongue, had to eat his words today. ...  | Read.. 
 
Demolish drive at Amartya aide door
The hut of Jean Dreze, Amartya Sen’s co-author who used to advise Sonia Gandhi on development issues, has come in the line of the Delhi demolition drive. ...  | Read.. 
 
Sidelined colleagues do Gujarat cop in
D.G. Vanzara was nailed by some sidelined fellow officers who were waiting to get back at the chief minister’s blue-eyed cop. ...  | Read.. 
 
Actress Kajol during International Dance Day celebrations in Mumbai on Sunday. (Fotocorp)
Pills to music, in perfect sync
Traffic’s fine, not cops
Son-in-law in water row
Sunset session
 
On poll road, in Phoolan’s footsteps
Bullets and bloodshed left far behind, a former woman dacoit from Chambal is looking to repeat ..  | Read.. 
On a roll: Bharat goes on spending spree
Next time you are about to travel to your orchard-studded native village, don’t fret about..  | Read.. 
 
India second biggest investor in London
If Bollywood, tandoori restaurants and Shilpa Shetty ar ...  | Read.. 

Survey shows smoking slide
Smokers are becoming a minority, according to a survey on c ...  | Read.. 

Go for broke, advise experts
As Indian and US negotiators resumed talks today on the ...  | Read.. 

Give some & take some to beat nuke chill in air
India and the US will be trying to broker a compromise ...  | Read..