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Speaker swings it for Cong
Goa chief minister Digamber Kamat held on to power today after three legislators opposed to the Congress-led regime were not allowed to vote during the Assembly floor test before the Speaker cast his ballot to tilt the balance. ...  | Read.. 
 
Oxbridge first among equals
Cambridge and Oxford have come out top in a guide to 113 UK universities published today, with Imperial College ranked third, the London School of Economics fourth and St ...  | Read.. 
 
Tax raid on woman, Modi minister in a sweat
An income-tax raid on a “little-known but influential” woman has led to Narendra Modi’s number two facing uncomfortable questions. ...  | Read.. 
 
Amit again in temple row
Controversy has followed Amitabh Bachchan into a temple again. ...  | Read.. 
 
Dad appeal to hang ‘rapist’ son
Ghulam Mohammad Mir is a father who wants his son hanged in public. ...  | Read.. 
 
An elephant being led away by a police constable in Mumbai hours after the Maharashtra government banned the animal from the city and its suburbs. ...  | Read
Dera head quizzed
Jeetendra
Heater wire to charge cell in jail
Designs on animation pie
Egg them on, minus Maran
Cash cradles
 
Sins of sons revisit leaders
The dowry harassment case against Arjun Singh lengthens the list of politicians paying for the ..  | Read.. 
Mutiny pointers from Sonia
Sonia Gandhi today said the revolt of 1857 shouldn’t be called a mutiny of sepoys as that ..  | Read.. 
 
Judge posts under glare
The Supreme Court today asked the Centre to file a report o ...  | Read.. 

EC to scan Gujarat list for riot victims
The Election Commission today sent six central teams to ...  | Read.. 

Encounter probe rap
The probe into the Sohrabuddin Sheikh fake encounter came u ...  | Read.. 

Pilgrims progress, unaware of plot
Little do the pilgrims who prayed on the Ganga’s b ...  | Read.. 

Colleague axed for Haneef link
An Indian doctor who worked with Mohammed Haneef at Gold Co ...  | Read..