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Modi plays party’s good son in makeover gamble
Celebratory headgear replacing the street-savvy mask, Narendra Modi today set out on what looks like an image makeover path that could eventually wind its way to Delhi. ...  | Read.. 
Left by cabbie, woman dies
A woman died without regaining consciousness hours after she was dragged out of a taxi and dumped in front of Medical College and Hospital, leaving behind a mobile phone, ...  | Read.. 
Help! Lend some bullets to cops
Police ran out of bullets in the middle of a gunfight with mafia, so they just asked local households to lend them some. ...  | Read.. 
Naveen’s Xmas gift for green state
Stung by Opposition criticism of showing neglect to farmers and faced with peasant agitation against allocation of Hirakud water to industries, chief minister Naveen Patn ...  | Read.. 
Less leave for teachers from 2008
For some sections of the academic community, this New Year brings with it a damper: less holidays. ...  | Read.. 
Alert cops foil red attack
Maoist guerrillas today evening made a vain attempt to attack the Jagargunda police station in Dantewada district, reports our correspondent. ...  | Read.. 
No Delhi rule in Nagaland
The Union cabinet today failed to reach a consensus on the proposal to impose President’s rule in Nagaland. ...  | Read.. 
Cops see rebel hand in Rajkumar killing
Former Arunachal Pradesh MP Wangcha Rajkumar may have been assassinated for on-ce hobnobbing with the Khaplang faction of the NSCN, much to the annoyance of the rival Isa ...  | Read.. 
Different moods of Modi during the BJP meeting in Gandhinagar on Monday. (PTI)
Modi plays partyís good son in makeover gamble
A son cannot ever be bigger than the mother
Narendra Modi
asked whether he was bigger than his party
Kissinger salute to ‘strong’ man in Indira
His President had called her an old witch. He himself thought she was a bitch. But that was in ...  | Read..
Nuke testing sparked Santa fears in girl
Over the years, Caroline Kennedy sometimes wondered about a third grade student who wrote to her fa ...  | Read..
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Tasks: mend image and build bridges
Narendra Modi is now wearing the crown of the biggest mass leader in the BJP but the dominant view ...   | Read.. 
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Health hub on Bypass stretch
Seven private hospitals, with over 2,000 beds, are set to come up on a 2.5-km stretch of the EM Bypa...   | Read.. 
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Ghost who spooks trains
A station in Purulia where no train has stopped in 35 years, apparently because of a phantom woman ...   | Read.. 
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Rally norms for hill parties
The GNLF and the Gorkha Janmukti Morcha have agreed to the Darjeeling district administration's sug...   | Read.. 
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Songs of Christmas
My habitual desire to escape Christmas is rising to the fore with an impossible yen to retire either...   | Read.. 
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One needs to have fire in the belly, says Sourav
Sourav Ganguly is neither the captain on this tour nor is he Team India's senior-most pro. However,...   | Read.. 
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Malaysia in Hindu temple vow
Malaysia vowed to preserve Hindu temples today in a bid to calm ethnic Indians who complain that th...   | Read.. 
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Markets make merry
A near 700 -point surge in the sensex today brought a windfall of sorts for investors, who got rich...   | Read..