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Since 1st March, 1999
Delhi trains Geneva N-gun on Pakistan
Pakistan’s frequent threats to use nuclear weapons and its clandestine nuclear and missile programmes with North Korea in flagrant violation of international norms and guidelines are likely to be highlighted by India at next week’s Conference on Disarmament in Geneva. ...  | Read.. 
Bright star of Hindi poetry fades away
Harivansh Rai Bachchan burst upon the horizon of Hindi poetry as a bright star one evening in 1935 with his recitation of Madhushala to a huge audience, unfolding to li ...  | Read.. 
Amethi erupts in Priyanka cry
Despite the freezing cold, Sonia’s face glowed with the warmth of their welcome as the Congress president bade farewell to the people of her Lok Sabha constituency today ...  | Read.. 
Saarc sparkle on Kerala festival
For the first time, Saarc countries have been invited to participate in Paaramparya, a festival of art and craft being organised by the Kerala tourism department between ...  | Read.. 
Discontent in Rajasthan Cong
Amid reports that state Congress chief Girija Vyas is being replaced while chief minister Ashok Gehlot is likely to survive, three senior party leaders have said such cos ...  | Read.. 
Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee at the Cellular Jail in Port Blair on Saturday. (PTI)
4 held for ‘spying’ on Dalai Lama
HK suit for death of Indian
PWG triggers twin blasts
8 killed in mishap
Bhopal BJP picks Bharti as warhead
The state BJP today chose Uma Bharti to lead the assault on the entrenched Digvijay Singh as th..  | Read.. 
Court peon to first Dalit CM in Mumbai
After being a minister under six chief ministers in his 30 years in politics, it was Sushil Kumar S..  | Read.. 
Snakes freeze to death in Bihar
Rajkiran Rai of Pawapur village in Vaishali district ha ...  | Read..