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Since 1st March, 1999
Fernandes rediscovers secularism
Samata Party president George Fernandes, who had remained silent on the Gujarat riots, seemed to awake to the virtues of secularism today and expressed serious concern over communal disharmony in the country. ...  | Read.. 
Delhi cautious on Deuba sacking
India reacted cautiously to the sacking of Sher Bahadur Deuba as Nepal’s Prime Minister by King Gyanendra last night but expressed hope that the crisis would soon be reso ...  | Read.. 
Little new in poll clean-up drive
The electoral reform Bill may not come through this time, too, though the Cabinet has cleared a proposal to bar candidates from contesting elections for six years after r ...  | Read.. 
Yatra rolls with temple slur on Pak
Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi today kicked off the fourth phase of his Gaurav Yatra from this temple town by blaming Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf for the at ...  | Read.. 
Naidu boost to Vajpayee reforms
The Telugu Desam Party, a key NDA ally, today came out strongly in defence of Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee’s economic reforms even as the controversy over disinves ...  | Read.. 
Children with candles and anti-Israel banners express solidarity with Palestinians in a march in Mumbai. (Reuters)
Manisha, Nair seek out-of-court deal
Explosives found in Howrah bus
SC on priest eligibility
Bank official duped
Error cloud on NCERT texts
NCERT director J.S. Rajput has said the educational council will correct the “academic errors” ..  | Read.. 
Dandiya tax dampens festivities
When dandiya sticks clang against each other and women dressed in colourful backless chaniya..  | Read..