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Singh stings, Sonia rubs in salve
A gleam in his eye, Manmohan Singh today robustly defended the nuclear deal, scorned the Left for living in the past and dismissed a journalist’s question on his resignation as absurd. ...  | Read.. 
 
Glare on south suspect
Shahid Bilal, the Karachi-based operative of Bangladeshi militant group Harkat-ul Jihadi Islami, has emerged as the prime suspect behind the iftar blast at the Ajm ...  | Read.. 
 
Clock ticking on deal but door still ajar
If the government has tucked away a Plan B on the nuclear deal, it doesn’t have to look far for inspiration. ...  | Read.. 
 
‘Politics not as bad as I thought’
Excerpts from Sonia Gandhi’s interaction at the HT Leadership Summit in New Delhi:...  | Read.. 
 
Left awaits nuclear last word
The Left was guarded in its response to Manmohan Singh and Sonia Gandhi’s statements today suggesting the government would last its full term. ...  | Read.. 
 
Sonia Gandhi speaks at the HT Leadership Summit in Delhi on Friday. (PTI)
 
Maya plugs Amit escape route
The Mayavati government today blocked Amitabh Bachchan’s efforts to strike a deal with a p..  | Read.. 
Blast can’t keep devotees out
Hameeda Begum has just finished praying and her serene, black eyes are shining with resolute de..  | Read.. 
 
Tea and talks spark rumours
After the morning relief, the day resembled an Indian ODI i ...  | Read.. 

Gandhi on lips, but no apology on riots
Narendra Modi was today pounded with queries on the 200 ...  | Read.. 

HC calls for SRK papers
Bombay High Court has asked for details of sanctions gr ...  | Read.. 

Teen crosses Gibraltar
A teenager from Ahmedabad has become the youngest India ...  | Read..