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Breakdown and flashback

Sanjay Dutt’s wife was prepared for the Supreme Court verdict that ordered him back to jail today....   | Read..
 

Two-decade-old memories of pain

When Priya Dutt broke down outside the Supreme Court this morning, her mind would have gone back to the harrowing days of the early 1990s....   | Read..
 

If it’s Yerwada, it may be cane

With the option of a review petition open before Sanjay Dutt, a decision on which prison he will be sent to has yet to be taken....   | Read..
 

Lage raho? Not in politics

Sanjay Dutt’s surprise foray into politics proved short-lived in comparison with those of his father and sister, thanks partly to a Supreme Court verdict four years...   | Read..
 

Pullout in Delhi, CBI at Stalin door in Chennai

The CBI today raided DMK leader M.K. Stalin’s house over alleged duty evasion in the import of a Hummer by his son Udayanidhi, barely two days after the party forma...   | Read..
 
Priya Dutt at the Supreme Court after the verdict on Thursday. Picture by Yasir Iqbal
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Death for ‘archer’ who screamed like animal

Yakub Memon had “surrendered” to the CBI in 1994 in the hope of clearing his name b...   | Read..

Roller coaster to rival Bolly thriller

Sanjay Dutt’s life could rival any Bollywood film script, with more downs than ups. But each t...   | Read..
 

Little justice for riot victims

Few have been punished for the massacre of Muslims in the Bombay riots of 1992-93 although most of those behind the Marc...   | Read..

Life for poor and jobless ‘arrows’

The Supreme Court today explained in detail why it was taking 10 “arrows” off the death row....   | Read..

Terror finger at Pak

The Supreme Court today castigated Pakistan for sponsoring and fomenting terrorism, saying its spy agency ISI had traine...   | Read..

Customs cop it

The Supreme Court today slammed police and customs officials for the 1993 Bombay blasts while expressing concern at the ...   | Read..

DMK justifies quit decision

M. Karunanidhi today cited India’s “weak resolution” against Sri Lanka to justify the DMK’s deci...   | Read..

Raid shocks Congress, PM ‘very upset’

The news of the CBI raid on the house of M.K. Stalin, DMK chief M. Karunanidhi son, sent greater shock waves in the Congress...   | Read..

India backs anti-Lanka resolution

India along with 24 other countries today backed a US-sponsored resolution at the UN Human Rights Council asking Sri Lanka t...   | Read..

Mamata cloud on Cong poll campaign

Mamata Banerjee’s decision to stand by the Centre on foreign policy has left the state Congress wondering how to m...   | Read..

Suspense ends, M stays for now

A day after Mulayam Singh Yadav tried to puzzle the Congress over the longevity of his support, he ended the suspense bu...   | Read..

Saif row at airport

An altercation broke out between Saif Ali Khan and officials at the airport here today when he was asked to leave the VI...   | Read..

UPSC test pills rejected

The Centre has rejected most of the changes proposed to the civil services (main) examination days after keeping the ref...   | Read..

BSF jawan killed in Kashmir

A BSF jawan was killed and were two others injured today in a militant attack barely a week after another deadly strike,...   | Read..

Kid Cosmos sets riddles

An international space mission today released the most detailed and earliest snapshot of the universe, which has bolster...   | Read..