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IIT faculty drill holes in one-test logic

India’s higher education czars have relied on flawed assumptions and misleading rhetoric to propose the new exam pattern for entrance into the Indian Institutes of Technology and other engineering colleges, senior IIT faculty members have said. ...   | Read..
 

Wanted major kills family & himself

A former Indian Army major wanted in Kashmir for the murder of a lawyer shot himself at his home yesterday after wiping out nearly his entire family, officials said in Ca...   | Read..
 

Everybody, even the army, needs somebody

Pakistan’s politics seems to have become more anarchic with various actors at cross-purposes with each other. The Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) government led by Yousaf R...   | Read..
 

Lid off UK kidney racket with Indian donors

An investigation has exposed the organised criminals who secretly trade organs for British transplant patients for as little as 4,500 (Rs 3.85 lakh). ...   | Read..
 
Rishi Kapoor showed up on the IIFA stage wearing a shimmering jacket several sizes small, and son Ranbir entered in one that was several sizes big. S ...  | Read
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PC glare on rebel expansion

Maoist violence and terrorist plots to attack cities such as Mumbai will be on the agenda of th...   | Read..

Youth falls off 19th floor window

A college student partying with friends fell from a grille-less window on the 19th floor of an ...   | Read..