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Pak mourns martyr, VHP whacks traitor
Almost a martyr. That is how Pakistan’s people and government saw L.K. Advani today, signalling the success of his weeklong image makeover bid. ...  | Read.. 
Exit Mansingh, enter Mirdha
Dancer Sonal Mansingh’s controversial reign at the helm of Sangeet Natak Akademi ended today with the Centre replacing her with Ram Niwas Mirdha, former Union ...  | Read.. 
Damper on Hurriyat
Pakistan today made it clear to visiting separatist Kashmiri leaders that it cannot force India to include them in the dialogue process to resolve the Kashmir dispute. ...  | Read.. 
‘Hunter’ goes missing, Gypsy seized
A police team today landed at Mansur Ali Khan Pataudi’s Vasant Vihar residence in south Delhi and seized a blue Maruti Gypsy, claiming it is the vehicle in which the ...  | Read.. 
Rowdies run riot at Arjun meet
Academic churning and rowdy politics competed for space at a daylong seminar organised today by the human resource and development ministry to reform the school education ...  | Read.. 
Advani after visiting Jinnah's mausoleum in Karachi on Saturday. (AFP)
Washing road of tainted touch
Less than two weeks ago, L.K. Advani had inaugurated gaurav path. Today, Vishwa Hindu Parishad ..  | Read.. 
Cong chuckles at Hindutva hotchpotch
In the BJP’s “ideological mess”, the Congress has sensed an opportunity to redee..  | Read.. 
Poison alert for Punjab farmers
When they spray their fields with pesticides, Punjab ...  | Read.. 

Team of four tips Sonia on shuffle
A powerful quartet, led by defence minister Pranab Mukh ...  | Read.. 

Not all can do a Vajpayee: Sangh
In January 2004, when Atal Bihari Vajpayee travelled to ...  | Read.. 

Minorities cold to changing colours
If BJP leader L.K. Advani’s praise for Mohammed Al ...  | Read.. 

An opportunist and an enigma, say historians
A majority of historians believe Mohammed Ali Jinnah wa ...  | Read..