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To Cambridge, on Nano
Mamata Banerjee has been wanting to make a splash at Cambridge for some time now but she has been beaten to the draw by Ratan Tata, who was conferred an honorary degree yesterday by the university in his capacity as one of India’s most innovative captains of industry. ...  | Read.. 
 
‘Honour’ slays sisters
Two male cousins murdered their sisters on Sunday for marrying outside their caste and religion and have gone into hiding from where they are planning more honour killing ...  | Read.. 
 
Sound out gas victims: Karat
Prakash Karat today demanded that Manmohan Singh call a meeting of all political parties and gas victims’ organisations to discuss the recommendations by the group o ...  | Read.. 
 
Ministers can be in sport cells, says govt
The Centre today told Bombay High Court that the presence of Union cabinet members in sporting associations did not cause a conflict of interest. ...  | Read.. 
 
Bengal trio tipped for Maoist hot list
The government has decided to expand the list of 34 districts most affected by Maoist violence by including some in Bengal and Jharkhand amid fears that money pumped into ...  | Read.. 
 
A passenger waits for transport outside Mumbai airport on Tuesday when taxi and autorickshaw drivers called a one-day strike demanding a hike in far ...  | Read
Baby in river
Pak gesture
Leopard saved
BSP contest
 
Feuding Bihar allies blow hot and cold
Reports that Nitish Kumar does not want Narendra Modi to campaign in Bihar for the Assembly pol..  | Read.. 
Clean-up cash ‘not enough’
The Rs 300 crore pledged by the group of ministers to clean up the area around the Bhopal gas ..  | Read..