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Hizb threat has workers scurrying
Hundreds of non-Kashmiri labourers are fleeing the Valley, ordered out by militants after a carpenter from Bengal and a cobbler from Rajasthan allegedly raped and murdered a 14-year-old schoolgirl. ...  | Read.. 
 
Botch-up finger at visa minister
Australian immigration minister Kevin Andrews appears to be emerging the villain in the botched handling of Mohammed Haneef’s case which now threatens to hurt the go ...  | Read.. 
 
India climbs happiness chart
Indians are markedly happier and optimistic today than five years ago, a survey on global opinion has said. ...  | Read.. 
 
Nasa to the rescue of Suez of East
Ram’s army did not build Ramar Sethu after all — nature did. ...  | Read.. 
 
Cong meet shuts out Andhra, Goa
A late evening meeting of the Congress Working Committee — the party’s highest policy-making body — was in a congratulatory mood and avoided any discussion on the po ...  | Read.. 
 
Soha Ali Khan at the Cool With Cotton Carnival in a Bangalore mall. (PTI)
Odd turn in blame game
500, and still standing tall
On schedule: new airport
Mall magnet
 
Goa ‘mummy’ taps Patil
The problem was not Pratibha Patil but the Congress and a “woman leader bent on ruining th..  | Read.. 
RJs drum up Haneef wave
Radio jockey Suneela Malik didn’t consider any political subject worthy of discussion on h..  | Read.. 
 
Car, farm exports key
Bengal’s development hinges on successful farm-pro ...  | Read.. 

Death blow to poultry culling team
A member of the rapid response team of Manipur’s v ...  | Read.. 

Indians to review virus-tumour link
Scientists involved in India’s first HIV vaccine trial ...  | Read..