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Swipe at Modi shows cracks in Sangh

The Sangh parivar’s monolithic fašade has received another blow with former Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh spokesperson M.G. Vaidya alleging Narendra Modi’s hand in the campaign to oust Nitin Gadkari....   | Read..
 

Scientists unravel new diabetes gene

Scientists have identified a novel candidate gene for diabetes that they say appears to put Indians at a higher risk of the disease than any of the 56 diabetes genes disc...   | Read..
 

Knock, knock, it’s Karat

When the going gets cold, the comrades will get going....   | Read..
 

Cane fury in Pawar hub

Two farmers were killed today after a protest by sugarcane farmers demanding higher prices turned violent in western Maharashtra, a stronghold of Sharad Pawar’s NCP...   | Read..
 

Pay more for Haj flights

The Centre has told the Supreme Court it would not be possible to offer Haj pilgrims cheaper air travel as Saudi Arabia had refused to allow more operators on the route a...   | Read..
 
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Karzai for a young successor

Afghan President Hamid Karzai today hoped a younger and more dynamic leader would replace him w...   | Read..

CAG Samy upsets Cong

The Congress leadership and the government appear to be extremely annoyed with minister V. Nara...   | Read..
 

Digvijaya tweet sends Rakhi to the cops

Furious at a tweeted comparison with Arvind Kejriwal, Rakhi Sawant has gone after Congress leader Digvijaya Singh in a w...   | Read..

Ally dumps Cong with ‘Babri’ barb

The Telangana-scarred Congress today lost a three-decade-old ally with the Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen withdrawing its ...   | Read..

HC: Right to appeal conviction conditional

The right to appeal against a conviction is not an inherent right and has to be conferred by a statute, Bombay High Cour...   | Read..