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Centre flags off minority mission
The starter’s gun has gone off on the minority report. ...  | Read.. 
 
Fighting odds, dreams come true
His father would often joke that he had “reserved” his best salutes for his son, if and when he becomes an IPS officer. ...  | Read.. 
 
Virgin mines to ease ore tangle
Little known till the other day, Ghatkuri mines could bail the Jharkhand government out of the stalemate over providing mining lease to investors and bring the industrial ...  | Read.. 
 
Church revives summer camp
Minority and missionary schools in urban areas today agreed to host summer camps in their premises for rural students. ...  | Read.. 
 
Lady gives lads their day
Some men line up a November 19 reply to March 8
Real men respect women. So it should be no surprise if male lobbies clamouring for a Men’s Day choose to celebrate it on Indira Gandhi’s birthday. ...  | Read.. 
 
A woman demonstrates in Jammu against Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh, the head of a sect called the Dera Sacha Sauda, for allegedly insulting Sikh guru Gob ...  | Read
 
 
There is no friend, there is no enemy
P. Chidambaram on companies named by the CAG for tax under-assessment
Apex court bypasses Gujarat
The Supreme Court today refused to order a CBI probe into the alleged fake encounter killing of ...  | Read..
‘Weak’ witness nails big boy
Last Saturday, he had vomited in the witness stand but today Sunil Kulkarni wasn’t afraid ...  | Read..