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Ansari prod stirs Muslim quota debate

A call for "affirmative action" for Muslims by Vice-President Hamid Ansari has found support from the community's leaders and intelligentsia who are, however, divided over whether this...   | Read..
 

'Communal', cries Sangh

The Sangh fraternity today expressed disapproval of Vice-President Hamid Ansari's call for "affirmative action" for Muslims.   | Read..
 

Mumbai rethink on 2-bottle liquor cap

The Maharashtra government is planning to modify rules on liquor consumption, including allowing a permit holder to keep 12 bottles of alcohol at home against the two now.   | Read..
 

Army alert on short war

Army chief General Dalbir Singh Suhag today said the country must be prepared for short wars if Pakistan-supported violence in Jammu and Kashmir spread and intensified.   | Read..
 

Dogs pay for Left-BJP war

Three dogs, throats slit and hung by the neck from an electric pole, have compounded the ill will at a time CPM and Sangh-BJP cadres have returned to fighting in north Kerala.   | Read..
 

Murder car 'hired by' Peter

The car in which Indrani Mukerjea allegedly ferried Sheena Bora's body was hired by Peter Mukerjea, a source said.   | Read..
 

Rs 6 lakh at 21 to save girl child

The Jammu and Kashmir government has prepared an incentive scheme for the girl child as part of a plan to improve the state's skewed sex ratio.   | Read..
 

'Nod' to longer maternity leave

Maneka Gandhi's proposal to extend the maternity benefit leave from the existing three months to eight months has got an "in-principle nod" from Prime Minister...   | Read..
 

Govt in dark on 54 soldiers in Pak jails

Pakistan has refused to acknowledge that 54 Indian prisoners of war (PoWs) from the 1965 and 1971 conflicts continue to languish in its jails and their exact status is not...   | Read..
 

Suicide with ragging plea

An engineering student's body was found on a railway track in Telangana last night with a purported suicide note that appealed "please stop ragging", police have...   | Read..
 

Talent search fellowships

The government today asked the National Council of Educational Research and Training to double the number of NTSE talent search fellowships that make meritorious Class X...   | Read..
 

Arun attacks land law

Arun Jaitley is continuing to run down the UPA's 2013 land law, now back in force with the Narendra Modi government allowing its land acquisition ordinance to lapse yesterday.   | Read..
 
The Congress does not need Himanta Biswa Sarma or his loyalists, Assam chief minister Tarun Gogoi said on Tuesday, as the ruling party decided to...   | Read..
 
 
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