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Since 1st March, 1999
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Out of sync poser for bawdy politics
The politicians calling for a ban on Indian Premier League cheerleaders may be out of sync with the Centre, which acknowledges that Indian mindsets about women’s attire are changing. ...  | Read.. 
Tulip boost to tourism
Tour operator Nazir Ahmad Bakshi’s face betrays both joy and apprehension as he describes the results of his decade-long efforts to revive Kashmir tourism. ...  | Read.. 
VRS offer not a right, says apex court
A government employee doesn’t have an automatic right to a voluntary retirement scheme merely because he was initially given an offer, the Supreme Court has ruled. ...  | Read.. 
Cheat stamp on cop courageous
The star police officer who arrested D.G. Vanzara, the Sohrabuddin fake-encounter accused, has himself fallen from grace. ...  | Read.. 
SC fist tightens on drug dealers
The Supreme Court has upheld a clause in the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act, 1985, that allows the government to confiscate properties owned by families o ...  | Read.. 
Cheerleaders of Kings XI Punjab egg their team on during a match in Mohali. Picture by Sanjay Kurl
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Calcutta-born ‘upstart’ set for Sotheby’s rebirth
A painting by Raqib Shaw, a former Calcutta boy, has been included in a forthcoming two-day auction..  | Read.. 
Gulf torment for Indians
About 100 Indians are living in fear in their apartment block in Kuwait, sending appeals for he..  | Read.. 
Jaffer stays in Cong
Senior leader C.K. Jaffer Sharief withdrew his resignat ...  | Read.. 

Clean chit to Sukinda mines
Orissa State Pollution Control Board has dismissed the ...  | Read.. 

VIP bother: extra steps at airport
Having to walk 10 steps more could trigger VIP tantrums ...  | Read.. 

State late to stub cancer stick out
While anti-tobacco activists across the country are busy lo ...  | Read.. 

Audit brakes on WB plans
Fate of three World Bank-assisted projects hangs in bal ...  | Read.. 

Jamiat: bias breeds terror
Leading Muslim organisation Jamiat Ulema-i-Hind has des ...  | Read..