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Modi’s chessboard
If Narendra Modi has mutated from bogeyman to icon for many Gujarat yuppies and “intellectuals”, blame it partly on a board game where a pawn can turn queen. With the right moves. ...  | Read.. 
 
Railway pays for ticket muddle
The Delhi consumer commission fined Northern Railway Rs 25,000 for driving a woman out of a railway coach after allotting the same seat to two passengers five years ago. ...  | Read.. 
 
India on climate meet centre stage
A global climate change conference opens in Bali, Indonesia, tomorrow with India under pressure to signal its intent to reduce greenhouse gas emissions that are contribut ...  | Read.. 
 
Jamait firm on Taslima
Taslima Nasreen’s decision to withdraw a couple of pages from her autobiography Dwikhandito has failed to placate some Muslim organisations in Bengal which ha ...  | Read.. 
 
Aiyar spills nuclear survival jitters
A Union minister has publicly admitted that the government’s survival had become uncertain during the nuclear deal deadlock. ...  | Read.. 
 
Shah Rukh Khan and Priyanka Chopra at the Jaipur Polo Ground in Delhi on Sunday. Picture by Prem Singh
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Kipling gets back house
India will have its first museum celebrating the writer Rudyard Kipling, decades after the coun..  | Read.. 
Varsity doles for HIV daughters
Daughters of HIV-infected mothers, sex workers and devadasis (temple courtesans) will re..  | Read.. 
 
Airport bus brakes, deputy CM falls
Bihar deputy chief minister Sushil Modi was flung acros ...  | Read.. 

Cong poll promise
The Congress today broke its poll-season silence on the ...  | Read.. 

Net fraud with billion bait
Two Delhi-based Nigerians duped a schoolmistress out of ...  | Read.. 

Wiring clue to paedophilia
Paedophilia might be the result of faulty wiring in the ...  | Read.. 

Buddha behind Modi in city race
Narendra Modi’s Gujarat is far ahead of most other sta ...  | Read..