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Crashing with the BMW: two tall men and a slippery one
Sunil Kulkarni’s criminal record and his meetings with the counsel for Sanjeev Nanda were the main reasons he was dropped as witness in the BMW hit-and-run case, Delhi police have claimed. ...  | Read.. 
 
Boss, rather Mrs G’s blue-eyed boy
His fellow lawyers call him “boss”, to the Congress he’s simply “RK”. ...  | Read.. 
 
What chokes Khan Sahab
A smooth ride through a string of criminal cases recently got bumpy on a BMW. ...  | Read.. 
 
Hiccup in nuke fine print
Differences between India and the US on the nuclear deal go beyond New Delhi’s freedom to reprocess spent fuel, on which the two sides appeared to have the biggest d ...  | Read.. 
 
Mumbai rich kids in car crash, again
Four teenaged students from rich and influential families, whose Honda Accord knocked down a street vendor and his son last evening, got bail soon after midnight citing t ...  | Read.. 
 
Actress Riya Sen at a promotional in Chandigarh. (Reuters)
Pirate falls into choppy waters
Monsoon squad on guard
New chapter for library
No tax queues
 
Jumbo bash and surprise wedding
Punniyakoti and Alamelu will never tire of telling their grandchildren how they were married before..  | Read.. 
Pranab cites legal hitch
Pranab Mukherjee today said the Bush administration was facing some “legal constraints” i..  | Read.. 
 
Bachchan plot case
Mayavati has hinted that she could initiate legal proce ...  | Read.. 

Absent Amisha angers fans
Amisha Patel’s fans had gone wild. ...  | Read.. 

Bengali brides in Valley
From a distance, Rashida resembles any other Kashmiri v ...  | Read.. 

Gir lions hostage to Gujarati pride
Gujarati pride — a term Narendra Modi invokes to his ad ...  | Read..