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Clean rule riles DMK
The DMK this evening threatened to sit outside the government, unable to turn around Manmohan Singh who insisted his council of ministers should have a clean reputation and prompting Sonia Gandhi to call on the Prime Minister late tonight. ...  | Read.. 
 
Railway plus six juniors
Mamata Banerjee is expected to be given the railway ministry, and her party colleagues six minister of state berths. ...  | Read.. 
 
Sen loses land cell in Buddha makeover
Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee today kicked off efforts to distance himself from the land controversy by stripping his point man on industrialisation, Nirupam Sen, of a board me ...  | Read.. 
 
Differences in CPM surface
Simmering differences in the CPM on pushing the third front as an alternative secular formation at the Centre appear to be boiling over into the open. ...  | Read.. 
 
AUDF eyes Assembly polls success
The Assam United Democratic Front today asserted it would play a critical role in the formation of the next government in the state, given its “growing” acceptabili ...  | Read.. 
 
Durga dead, autopsy today
Shibu Soren’s eldest son, Durga, died early this morning, plunging the JMM into yet another crisis even it tries to recover from the recent Lok Sabha poll debacle in ...  | Read.. 
 
BJD boss takes charge
BJD chief Naveen Patnaik today took charge as the chief minister for the third consecutive term, setting a record in Orissa’s political history. ...  | Read.. 
 
Priyanka Gandhi being greeted by Manmohan Singh at Veer Bhoomi on the late Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi’s death anniversary. Picture by Rajesh Kumar
Clean rule riles DMK
 
 
There is no bargaining
Mamata Banerjee
IITs mull admission Round 2
The Indian Institutes of Technology are likely to hold a second round of admissions to fill up ...  | Read..
Voice of Mickey Mouse dead
The actor who voiced Mickey Mouse for more than 30 years has died, with his wife — who is the v ...  | Read..
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Berth burden borne by a doting dad
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Champ comes to his cradle
Star student Subhojit Ghosh has taken his alma mater from "St Joseph's where?" to "St Joseph's wow!"...   | Read.. 
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Left pushes back debacle analysis
The Left today postponed its first discussion on the front's poll debacle because the CPM wants to ...   | Read.. 
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Congress rules out tie-up with Trinamul
The North Dinajpur district Congress has decided not to enter into an alliance with the Trinamul Co...   | Read.. 
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Why fool yourselves?
In a country where three-quarters of the population are poor by any criterion, and at least one-quar...   | Read.. 
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Knights' farewell on the
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Lanka to devolve powers to Tamil areas
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Coal mine auction on fast action list
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