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Sting catches Kejriwal cuss words

A sting operation that caught Arvind Kejriwal mouthing foul words today spiced up daylong factional tussles in the Aam Aadmi Party as it braced for a stormy national council meeting tomorrow and a...   | Read..
 

Not drunk, nor driving: Salman

Salman Khan began his day in court today with a plea and ended with a slew of denials.   | Read..
 

In India, annual tests and watch for stress

Indian civil aviation rules mandate that a pilot cannot be left alone in the cockpit.   | Read..
 

The other side of the fortified door

All it takes is the flick of a small lever on the central pilot's console of an Airbus A320 to lock the armoured door of the flight deck to all-comers. Investigators now...   | Read..
 

Pigeon has cops in a flutter

A chip on a leg, a ring on the other and a blue scrawl on its white wing - Gujarat police are in a flap over the curious case of a fearless pigeon and have begun a probe.   | Read..
 

Decks cleared for ordinance

The Centre today decided to prorogue the Rajya Sabha with immediate effect, which will allow it to re-promulgate the land acquisition ordinance.   | Read..
 

Vajpayee gets ratna

Former Prime Minister and stellar parliamentarian Atal Bihari Vajpayee was conferred the Bharat Ratna at an extraordinary ceremony this afternoon.   | Read..
 

Land brings back tigress

Sonia Gandhi today made an unusually strong attack on the Modi regime, accusing it of distorting facts to mislead the nation on the land acquisition law and declaring that...   | Read..
 

Pluralist pitch earns boos

A senior official from a premier historical research organisation was today heckled at an event when he evoked India's pluralism to counter an American scholar's contention...   | Read..
 

Yemen 'unwilling' test

Diplomat Dilbag Singh's cellphone has rung nearly 200 times every day this past week in Sana'a, with anxious calls from families of Indian nurses and workers desperate to...   | Read..
 

Evacuation dilemma for India

The logistics of evacuating Indians from Yemen is proving confusing.   | Read..
 

'Last message' before officer death

Hours before Bangalore IAS officer D.K. Ravi was found dead, a WhatsApp text sent from his mobile to a female batch-mate said "I think this is the last message from...   | Read..
 
File picture of Lt Abhinav Nagori, whose body was recovered on Friday from the fuselage of the Dornier aircraft of the navy that ditched into the...   | Read..
 
 
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