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Class rivalry bloodies quota siege
Gujjar and Meena mobs clashed outside this eastern Rajasthan town today, leaving four persons dead and raising fears that a quota agitation against the government may erupt into widespread caste riots. ...  | Read.. 
 
SP leans Left for President
The Samajwadi Party will not support a Congress candidate for President but may consider backing one from the Left, Amar Singh said today. ...  | Read.. 
 
Bomb on Calcutta train
A bomb was found on the Sealdah-bound Teesta-Torsa Express at Dhupguri station this afternoon. ...  | Read.. 
 
Talks reach end of road
Hopes for an end to the crisis sparked by Tuesday’s police firing on Gujjars receded further as talks between the government and the protesting community coll ...  | Read.. 
 
Jyoti Basu
Jyoti Basu has appealed to Mamata Banerjee to facilitate the return of the homeless to ...  | Read.. 
 
Gujjar protesters at Sikandra Chowraha on the Agra-Jaipur highway. Picture by Prem Singh
Home truths in makeover plan
Holes need a ‘cover-up’
Mock test at airport
Ticket pinch
 
Sword looms on Lonavla plot too
The only way Amitabh Bachchan can yet hold on to his upscale plot in Maval near Lonavla is by p..  | Read.. 
Eyeball to eyeball, down the ages
Twirling his luxuriant moustache, Brahmsingh Gujjar looks stra ..  | Read.. 
 
Reliance door open, just
Reliance’s retail venture planned in a city market ...  | Read.. 

PM education push
Each Indian state will have at least one central univer ...  | Read.. 

Sanjay friend gets 9-year term
Sanjay Dutt’s producer-friend, who supplied three ...  | Read.. 

Smallpox fears blow over
The one-day-old smallpox scare has virtually blown over ...  | Read.. 

Seven killed in Valley
A series of explosions and gunbattles rattled the Valle ...  | Read..