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Since 1st March, 1999
Sex abuse charge against public sector boss
An ivory tower of Corporate India was sucked into allegations of sexual stalking at workplace with an employee accusing the chairman and managing director of the country’s largest public sector aluminium company of molesting her while a manager waited outside a hotel room. ...  | Read.. 
Wild confusion over forest fiat
Atal Bihari Vajpayee’s announcement that the government would regularise all settlements that have come up in forests before 1993 has drawn criticism, with opponents sayi ...  | Read.. 
Governor slaps spoilt-child tag on Northeast
Mizoram Governor A.R. Kohli today set the cat among the pigeons, comparing the Northeast to a petulant child who is showered with goodies but does not know what to do with th ...  | Read.. 
Pathak clan in a pickle has Britain tickled pink
As sisters battle brother over slice of business empire, guffaws rise about Indian lectures on ‘family values’
British newspapers are having a lot of fun with the Pathak family, where two sisters, who claim they have been cheated out of their fortune, have fallen out in spectacular f ...  | Read.. 
A security guard greets French foreign minister Dominique de Villepin as he arrives to deliver a speech in New Delhi on Friday. Villepin met his India ...  | Read
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Mody at Tata Steel after 11 years
Russi Mody today returned to Tata Steel after 11 years. But Ratan Tata wasn’t around to greet h ...  | Read..
Cash cow at minister mercy
Shiv Sena minister Subodh Mohite has been accused of mounting pressure on a top Bhel official t ...  | Read..
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Sangh plays temple tune to BJP ears
The RSS would like the BJP to give the Ram temple and abrogation of Ar ...   | Read.. 
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Mayor set to pip MP
Trinamul Congress chief Mamata Banerjee today stopped just short of an ...   | Read.. 
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Cloud on America’s Iraq poll timetable
A UN official said today elections could not be held in Iraq before US-led ...   | Read.. 
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Suma Shirur’s rifle shoots world mark
Rifle shooter Suma Shirur on Friday shot a perfect 400 to equal the world ...   | Read.. 
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Teachers face reality check
Are our teachers up to the task of moulding our future' ...   | Read.. 
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Scrambling for crumbs
Thanks to globalization, says The Times, “trainees at Indian call ce ...   | Read.. 
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ChrysCapital gets 10% of Max
ChrysCapital will pick up around 10.71 per cent of the Delhi-based Max In ...   | Read.. 
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Nextdoor girl’s other-world music
It is after midnight in New York. In the backroom of a Lower East Side bar ...   | Read..