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Since 1st March, 1999
Congress shies off Sonia vs Atal battle
The Congress may not bill the coming Lok Sabha elections as a contest between Congress president Sonia Gandhi and Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee. ...  | Read.. 
Strategic kickoff with UAE
India will hold the first strategic dialogue with the United Arab Emirates tomorrow between foreign minister Yashwant Sinha and Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed, the UAE’s chief ...  | Read.. 
Jaya reforms pill turns bitter
Jayalalithaa has launched tough economic reforms and assured her people there will be “no more bitter pills”; despite this, she is bracing for a backlash. ...  | Read.. 
Big Two at one on Ayodhya, says BJP
The BJP today said there were no differences between the Prime Minister and his deputy over Ayodhya and rejected a Vishwa Hindu Parishad demand that they resign if they fail ...  | Read.. 
Ticket rate damper on Durban show
Bollywood stars were greeted by rows of empty chairs at a heavily- promoted extravaganza in a cricket stadium here which was expected to draw more than 20,000 spectators. ...  | Read.. 
Participants at a yoga contest in Ahmedabad on Sunday. (Reuters)
Badal fate hangs in poll balance
CBI eye on poet’s mobile calls
SBI asked to pay damages
Car fraud
Strike fails to shift Delhi from peace path
The Union government today said it would not be deterred from pursuing peace with Pakistan by t..  | Read.. 
China blamed for ‘twisted’ version
Leaders of the Dalai Lama’s Tibetan government-in-exile spent an anxious 48 hours in the wake o..  | Read.. 
CAS meet
The government will have another round of meetings with bro ...  | Read.. 

Atal eye surgery successful
Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee underwent a minor eye s ...  | Read.. 

Push for probe into affair
Former Uttaranchal revenue minister Harak Singh Rawat, accu ...  | Read.. 

Tibet outfit puts onus on Delhi
In sharp contrast with the Kalon Tripa’s views, a host of Ti ...  | Read..