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Maoist plays mad but ends in cuffs

One of the Maoists freed in exchange for the 2011 release of Odisha collector R. Vineel Krishna has been held in Andhra after a day’s dramatic chase that saw him first jump off a police van and play a lunatic....   | Read..
 

J&K attack

A militant attack in North Kashmir’s Sopore market today left an elderly civilian dead and a constable injured. ...   | Read..
 

Krishna off Karnataka radar

Former foreign minister S.M. Krishna, who wanted to be projected as chief minister candidate in Karnataka, appears to have fallen out of the Congress scheme of things ...   | Read..
 

Bluestar memorial to beat deadline

The Operation Bluestar memorial in the Golden Temple complex is nearing completion and construction is likely to be completed next month....   | Read..
 

Kejriwal fast enters second day

Aam Aadmi Party leader Arvind Kejriwal’s fast to mobilise support against power and water tariffs entered the second day today amid claims that tens of thousands ...   | Read..
 
Actor Salman Khan at Mumbai airport on Sunday after returning from the US where he had gone for treatment of trigeminal neuralgia, a nerve disorder t ...  | Read
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Scindia fans fight for crown

The Congress is witnessing a full-fledged war in Madhya Pradesh, where polls are scheduled ...   | Read..

Suicide cop unpaid for eight months

The deputy commissioner of police who shot himself before his wife and young sons at a Thane re...   | Read..
 

Liyaqat row probe

The Union home ministry is mulling a probe into the arrest of Liyaqat Ali Shah, suspected to be a Hizb-ul Mujahideen te...   | Read..

Gaddafi planner to Mamata architect

A civil engineer who worked as a town planner for Muammar Gaddafi’s government in Libya will now be the architect ...   | Read..

Rules for summons

The Supreme Court has held that trial courts cannot issue summons to accused without prima facie material to establish g...   | Read..