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Strong-arm shadow on loan death
A 42-year-old government electrician has died after allegedly being kidnapped and confined by agents of a loan-recovery firm hired by ICICI Bank. ...  | Read.. 
 
Gujjar warning
Gujjars have served an ultimatum on the Rajasthan govern- ment to forward to the Centre their demand for reservation. ...  | Read.. 
 
Toddler rescued, on way home
The seven-day ordeal of Pranshu Siroya ended today with a joint team of Orissa-Gujarat police rescuing the child from a remote village in Khurda district. ...  | Read.. 
 
Red makes HC entry
Several leaflets of Maoist literature was found on Orissa High Court premises yesterday. ...  | Read.. 
 
Sparks of nuke hope
Atomic Energy Commission chairperson Anil Kakodkar today brushed away speculation of shelving of a nuclear plant in East Singhbum “due to its proximity to uranium or ...  | Read.. 
 
Rebels focus on recruitment, Centre plans intelligence rejig
Even when the Maoists are planning for a mega recruitment drive in several states, the Centre has decided to rejig the intelligence machinery of both Jharkhand and Chhatt ...  | Read.. 
 
Thai tourism lecture
Thai commerce minister Krirk-Krai Jirapaet ended his three-day Northeast experience today with the promise of “building a relationship”, one that could begin wi ...  | Read.. 
 
Reborn: Kashmir campus politics
After a decade and a half, university approves revival of student activism
The bustle of student politics will be back after a decade and a half at Kashmir University, which had been resisting the formation of students’ bodies because they were ...  | Read.. 
 
As Indian Test cricket turns 75 on Monday, Madhav Mantri, the country’s oldest Test player at 86, looks back and turns raconteur ...  | Read
 
 
The gravity thing takes a bit getting used to
Sunita Williams
Nuclear talks go under cover
The tortured negotiations over a 123 Agreement to operationalise the Indo-US nuclear deal will ...  | Read..