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Entire village burns in vigilante ‘justice’
Vigilantes have reduced to ash an entire village in Madhya Pradesh, apparently in connivance with officials in the latest manifestation of mob fury sweeping India’s hinterland. ...  | Read.. 
 
Rebels sup with Cong
BJP dissidents today came out against Narendra Modi at a convention also attended by Congress leaders, fuelling speculation they were about to cross over. ...  | Read.. 
 
Pak call for joint cyber fight
Pakistan today said it wanted to join forces with India in fighting cyber crime. ...  | Read.. 
 
Left lines up N-list
The Left has called to question almost the entire nuclear policy of the Centre, using the 123 deal to quiz the government not only on its closeness to the Bush regime but ...  | Read.. 
 
Brand R keeps sheen
Rahul Dravid’s decision to quit as captain is unlikely to diminish his brand value to any large extent, the ad industry says. ...  | Read.. 
 
Amitabh Bachchan with his family at an awards event in New Delhi on Friday. Picture by Rajesh Kumar
Train kills devotees
Cash tangle
Farmer death
Cop injured
 
B-school lesson for Dravid
Rahul Dravid had to deliver as leader and star batsman unlike the corporate CEO whose job is only t..  | Read.. 
Govt pulls affidavit with ‘total respect’
The Centre today withdrew the entire affidavit that had questioned the existence of Ram, citing..  | Read.. 
 
Ram rajya vs temple
The Congress, forced to bow to Ram in the Sethusamudram ...  | Read.. 

BJP sees stain that will not wash
The controversial Ram Setu affidavit has been withdrawn ...  | Read.. 

Veil off differences in CPM on pullout
Jyoti Basu today virtually admitted differences in the ...  | Read.. 

Judge gets land deadline
A Bombay High Court judge and his family, who sold their an ...  | Read.. 

Match for Maya mascot
Mulayam Singh Yadav feels he has found the “social ...  | Read..