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Sushma claims credit for Delhi
‘hard line’

The BJP’s Sushma Swaraj today claimed credit for “forcing” Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s “hard line” against Pakistan after the killing of two Indian soldiers....   | Read..
 

Cong slams ‘10-for-1’ statement

The Congress today strongly condemned Sushma Swaraj’s “10-for-1-head” remark even as the Centre cautioned against jingoism at this stage....   | Read..
 

PMO steps in, green light hope for roads

The Prime Minister’s Office is playing referee in the tussle between the environment ministry and the National Highway Authority of India over clearance for road pr...   | Read..
 

Maya sings peace tune, calls for talks

Bahujan Samaj Party chief Mayawati today called for talks to defuse the recent border row with Pakistan, saying war wasn’t the “only option” as she warn...   | Read..
 

Court prod on hostage sailors

The Supreme Court has sought the response of the Centre and the foreign and shipping ministries on a PIL seeking immediate rescue of 34 Indian sailors held hostage by Som...   | Read..
 
Jawans participate in a mock war as part of Army Day celebrations in New Delhi on Tuesday. Picture by Prem Singh
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Khaps look to Twitter

When survival is at stake, tweet. Khap panchayats, the extra-judicial village courts that face possible ban follo ...   | Read..

MRCS concession hope

Britain’s Royal College of Surgeons is examining a proposal to exempt postgraduate Indian...   | Read..
 

Aam aadmi test for Rahul

At its upcoming Jaipur conclave, the Congress will have to start grappling with a challenge that will be key to Rahul Ga...   | Read..

Fish sightings stoke Konark coral buzz

There’s excitement in the air with well-known scuba diver Shabir Bux sighting fish species that could indicate the...   | Read..

One word on lips of Maoists, troops: unavoidable

The battle for domination has already claimed hundreds of lives. Jharkhand police spokesperson S.N. Pradhan said in the first...   | Read..