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AIIMS apartheid, cricket to class
In the country’s top medical college, Sateesh Meena is not allowed to dine or play cricket with upper caste students. Neither, he says, is any other Scheduled Caste or Scheduled Tribe student. ...  | Read.. 
 
Mum’s the word for Koda
Mouths sealed at home, chief minister Madhu Koda will only do the talking with the central leaderships of the Congress, the JMM and the RJD and reply to the allegations o ...  | Read.. 
 
Red letter day sparks debate
Up in arms against the “system”, the Maoists are hardly known for being effusive in praise. ...  | Read.. 
 
Board to lend ears to transfer woes
Setting the ball rolling for reforms in the police system, the state government has set up a police establishment board to deal with transfer issues and postings of lower ...  | Read.. 
 
Asset-stripping notice against Husain over nudes
Attachment documents pasted on flat to force artist to return from abroad and heed court summons
Maqbool Fida Husain had fled India fearing arrest or attacks over a few nude paintings — now he runs the risk of his property being sealed if he doesn’t return. ...  | Read.. 
 
Mahendra Singh Dhoni met his match in the woman with the locks and dash at Eden Gardens on Sunday. Haseena Nasreen, 18, broke through security to gi ...  | Read
 
 
I will utter Jai Sri Ram only once a proper Ram temple is built in Ayodhya
L.K. Advani
Nandigram neutral line
Even at the risk of displeasing a section of his party, Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee is firm on foll ...  | Read..
Delhi in same-sex diplomat dilemma
A 145-year-old law that bans sex “against the order of nature” has landed the foreign ...  | Read..