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South wind in sail, Sonia sends tough signal

As voters punished the BJP for alleged corruption in Karnataka and handed the reins to the Congress, some leaders in the ruling party at the Centre said Sonia Gandhi was determined to sack the law minister and the railway minister, who are both caught in controversy....   | Read..
 

Colleagues ‘squealed’ on Kumar

Suspended Railway Board member Mahesh Kumar’s arrest followed complaints from some fellow officers who felt his alleged attempts to pull strings for promotions woul...   | Read..
 

SC turns down plea to shift Sanaullah

The Supreme Court today sought responses from the Centre and the Jammu and Kashmir government on the assault on Pakistani convict Sanaullah Ranjay in a Jammu jail but rej...   | Read..
 

Yeddy looms in BJP blame game

The Karnataka wipe-out has triggered a blame game in the BJP, sotto voce, but the swords have yet to be unsheathed and whetted....   | Read..
 

How to win war and lose battle

The Congress today stormed back to power in Karnataka, crossing the halfway mark on its own in a spectacular surge to regain its old southern stronghold after seven years...   | Read..
 
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Bansal’s deserted bungalow

Till a few days ago, the road outside the homes of the railway minister and nephew Vijay Singla...   | Read..

PM voices concern at graduation reform rush

Manmohan Singh is reported to have questioned why Delhi University is in a “hurry” ...   | Read..
 

Promise kept but future uncertain

Decimate the BJP he did, but master spoiler B.S. Yeddyurappa himself faces an uncertain future. ...   | Read..

Role of Modi factor

Narendra Modi’s high-key presence in Karnataka in the penultimate phase of electioneering might have further conso...   | Read..