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Wire in pocket, Ajmer victim under cloud
Union home minister Shivraj Patil talked of a “foreign hand” behind Thursday’s Ajmer blast even as wires found in the pocket of one of the dead strengthened suspicions of Hyderabad’s link to the evening attack. ...  | Read.. 
 
City teen pulls off talent show upset
In the end, the Royal Bengal Cub roared the loudest. Aneek Dhar, an 18-year-old from Lake Gardens, beat day-long voting trends by coming up trumps at the Sa Re Ga Ma P ...  | Read.. 
 
Advani trains N-gun on PM
The BJP today again dubbed Manmohan Singh India’s weakest Prime Minister as it continued to accuse the Centre of having done a “U-turn” on the nuclear deal ...  | Read.. 
 
A Bush bats for deal
Jeb Bush, the brother of the US President, today almost borrowed Manmohan Singh’s words to praise the nuclear deal. ...  | Read.. 
 
Hill Loreto loses sister touch
The Loreto Sisters will no longer manage Loreto College, Darjeeling. ...  | Read.. 
 
SRK ‘TOO SELFISH & GOOD-LOOKING’ FOR POLITICS ... | Read
 
Lizards inspire Spidey glue
Chemical engineer Animangsu Ghatak has created a reusable super-adhesive that could find everyd..  | Read.. 
Poetry: Nobel link with Calcutta
Rajendra Pachauri’s poetic side might not be known to all. ..  | Read.. 
 
DMK salute
DMK chief M. Karunanidhi today congratulated Sonia Gandhi a ...  | Read.. 

Posco hostage to land backlash
Land protesters held four senior Posco executives, incl ...  | Read.. 

Rain forecast
The Met office today warned of rains in the city and ot ...  | Read.. 

Kin cloud on Aamir
Aamir Khan’s brother Faisal wants “independen ...  | Read.. 

Veerappan
Veerappan’s widow today secured a court stay on t ...  | Read..