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Centre rattles poll sabre
The Congress today launched its first public as well as political defence of the nuclear deal and the Prime Minister, raising the spectre of last-ditch options like elections if the deadlock drags on beyond a point. ...  | Read.. 
 
Crony puts Koda on the mat
A “close friend” of the chief minister today brought the Assembly to a standstill. ...  | Read.. 
 
Bandh cloud over capital
Most of the schools here today decided to shut down tomorrow in view of the bandh call given by different tribal outfits to protest reduction of Lok Sabha and Assembly se ...  | Read.. 
 
Al Qaida rumour in trespasser arrests
Manipur was agog with rumours since yesterday about the Assam Rifles arresting 15 al Qaida members on the Indo-Myanmar border, the believability factor heightened by the ...  | Read.. 
 
Team India next' Not now
Kapil says if BCCI wants to remove him, it can
Not wanting to be painted as a villain and blamed for distracting Team India, Kapil Dev hasn’t approached anybody who either featured during the recent three-Test series ...  | Read.. 
 
Centre rattles poll sabre
 
 
I consider the court’s decision as a Raksha Bandhan gift
Priya Dutt
Bail, from one day to next
Munnabhai may just be able to spend Raksha Bandhan at home. But it’s touch and go. ...  | Read..
Signal in Sonia tour
Congress president Sonia Gandhi left for South Africa tonight, apparently sending a signal of s ...  | Read..