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Howard sticks by Haneef detention
Australian Prime Minister John Howard today defended the treatment of Mohammed Haneef against widespread protests, saying the anti-terror laws that allowed the Indian doctor to be detained for 12 days without charge were essential to protect citizens. ...  | Read.. 
 
Last heave in quota war
The Centre is preparing for a last-ditch effort to salvage education quotas, days before the start of a new academic session slams shut the window of opportunity on aspir ...  | Read.. 
 
CPI wish & warning
The CPI has said a “politically aware” person with “a certain standing” could be a perfect fit for Vice-President. ...  | Read.. 
 
Gandhi NRI hope
A collection of articles written by M.K. Gandhi for Young India in 1921 plus a bundle of his letters — which fetched £45,600 at Sotheby’s auction house in Lon ...  | Read.. 
 
Bank fined
The state consumer commission has asked a public sector bank to pay over Rs 8 lakh to a firm for clearing a cheque without verifying the specimen signature. ...  | Read.. 
 
Two-month-old Krishhney Sameer Thacker (in PTI picture) is the youngest PAN card holder in India. ...  | Read
Honour killings
Infiltrators
Church vigil
Sena-BJP ties
Starlet spares peeping Toms
‘Brokers’ on the mend
Olympiad goes green
Malaria alert
 
Assassination revelation
The director of a Malayalam film based on the operation to nab Rajiv Gandhi’s killers has ..  | Read.. 
Nehru & Edwina: under table, never in bed
Jawaharlal Nehru first set eyes on Lady Edwina Mountbatten under a table in Malaya, the English..  | Read.. 
 
Python stings Japan film
A Japanese film crew faces action from the Uttar Prades ...  | Read.. 

Singh sketches Line of Peace
The Line of Control should turn into a “Line of Pe ...  | Read..