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Since 1st March, 1999
Atal’s Pak date set for January
India today joined other South Asian nations in accepting Pakistan’s proposal that the next Saarc summit be held in Islamabad between January 4 and 6. ...  | Read.. 
Khaplang year-end deadline for rival
The National Socialist Council of Nagaland (Khaplang) has set a year-end deadline to its rival, the Isak-Muivah faction, to resolve the Naga political problem. Failing th ...  | Read.. 
Snatch and set free drama as bullets fly
Naxalites took 24 people captive from a camp of the Hindustan Construction Company last night, triggering an unusual chain of events ranging from armed police action in the d ...  | Read.. 
New fount of CPM rural power
Enter village parliaments as superbody over panchayats
If you thought gram panchayats are the powerhouses that fuel the CPM’s rural base, it’s time to think again. The party is well on its way to creating new rural oligarchies tha ...  | Read.. 
A Pakistani businessman at the ticket counter for the bus from Lahore to Delhi on Thursday. (AFP)
Pakistan is prepared to hold talks with India at any place, any level and at any time

Policy change after scam
Shaken by the scandal of a revenue officer trying to buy a posting in Mumbai, the government has dr ...  | Read..
Buddha wakes up, puts foot down on infiltration
Bengal’s ruling Left agrees with the BJP-led Union government on the need for firm action to ...  | Read..
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Seat-share cure gives Cong heartburn
The one clear assessment that the Congress made at its brainstorming h ...   | Read.. 
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Iti opens can of questions
The medical colleges in the city are likely to witness a day’s strike ...   | Read.. 
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Bush sees Iraq elephant
One US soldier was shot dead and another was killed in a rocket-propelled ...   | Read.. 
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Klusener takes legal route
Cooling his heels ever since the World Cup early this year, South African ...   | Read.. 
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Civic brakes on progress path
The state transport department is not alone in slowing down the city’s driv ...   | Read.. 
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The enthroned lady
Nothing could be more bizarre — or more obscene....   | Read.. 
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Stage set for bourse recast
The government today approved amendments in two legislations that clear th ...   | Read.. 
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A goblet of bile thrown at Potter creator
The Booker prize-winning author A.S. Byatt was accused on Wednesday of dum ...   | Read..