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‘Uncle’ judges spill out of the closet
At least 20 judges of Allahabad High Court and its Lucknow bench have relatives who practise law in their courts, lawyers’ associations said a day after the Supreme Court slammed the “uncle judge” syndrome. ...  | Read.. 
 
Warning and apology before whistle blows
US officials in Washington and New Delhi have spent the past 48 hours apologising in advance for any uncharitable words they fear some of their own may have used against Indi ...  | Read.. 
 
To Brussels, with a tiny gift
At a time scam-scarred Indian politicians are struggling to disentangle themselves from the webs they have woven, Bangladesh’s Prime Minister has been busy with knitting ...  | Read.. 
 
A shot at hope for village elders
Two elders of nearby villages, with experience of a panchayat election, were among those who cast their vote today for the state’s first-ever rural polls, united in ...  | Read.. 
 
Vote for people power
Jharkhand embarked on its first panchayat polls in three decades on an encouraging note today, recording an impressive turnout in defiance of a few determined efforts ...  | Read.. 
 
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Jagan’s father was a loyal Congressman but his young son... seems to be confused
Jaipal Reddy
urban development minister
South using human shields: N. Korea
North Korea accused South Korea today of using civilians as human shields around military bases ...  | Read..
Mom’s word on Surya role
Mother Jaya had told Abhishek Bachchan “you better do a good job or I will beat you up, ...  | Read..
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