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DMK disconnects Daya from Delhi
Karunanidhi has belied his name and shown little daya, robbing Manmohan Singh of one of his most dynamic ministers. ...  | Read.. 
 
100 cops held hostage
Nearly 100 police personnel, including an inspector and officers-in charge of police stations, were being held hostage by angry villagers in this Jharkhand district and w ...  | Read.. 
 
Hunt on for back-up in Posco plan
A day has passed since Posco offered to “give up” all attempts to acquire land from Dhinkia, but the global firm is yet to come up with a back-up plan on how to acq ...  | Read.. 
 
Reliance ready for more
The vandalism shown by local vegetable vendors at the four newly opened Reliance Fresh outlets in Jharkhand capital Ranchi yesterday has not acted as deterrent to the com ...  | Read.. 
 
Mizoram flight in legal turbulence
A deputy general manager of Indian (airlines) has moved Calcutta High Court, seeking an inquiry into the “unsafe operation” of an A-319 aircraft between Calcutta an ...  | Read.. 
 
Mutiny guided tour, for Rs 2 lakh
British historian to accompany compatriots to sites of 1857 rebellion
A respected British historian, Peter Liddle, is to act as an upmarket guide and lecturer on two tours of India that will include some of the bloodiest backdrops to the 1857 u ...  | Read.. 
 
Victor smiles, vanquished sulks
The eloquent faces of Mayavati and Mulayam Singh Yadav at the Lucknow ceremony where she was sworn in chief minister on Sunday. (AP)
 
 
I would love to sing with Sachin Tendulkar
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Fly-cheap Chatterjees
For months, it was a mystery. Why could you never bag one of those cheap Air Deccan tickets to ...  | Read..
Quota for new friends, kick for old foes
Immediately after being sworn in, Mayavati today moved to reward the new vote banks that helped ...  | Read..