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Since 1st March, 1999
Bread-bombing in forgotten belt
Manipur has finally replaced Mumbai on Delhi’s radar. ...  | Read.. 
Najma misses culture chair rerun
Najma Heptullah is out of the Indian Council for Cultural Relations, with the Congress-led government deciding not to extend her tenure at the helm. ...  | Read.. 
Sleepless, with the sound of rain
They have trouble sleeping when they hear the sound of rain. ...  | Read.. 
Indian dude’s Dukes has US agog
Chandrasekhar’s film stirs memories of popular TV series
Yet another Indian American icon will be launched if The Dukes of Hazzard, which featured on 5,000 celluloid screens across North America this weekend, grosses an expe ...  | Read.. 
Weapon in hand, a resident of Delhi's Malviya Nagar runs to grab a cow. Telegraph picture
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Nuclear trust passes a test
India and Pakistan will formalise an agreement to inform each other before testing ballistic mi ...  | Read..
No fodder for capital cowboys
Cows on army trucks, cows chased by tempo, cows at the end of ropes held by triumphant students ...  | Read..
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‘Encouraging’ signs in India
The Maoists in Nepal have no “direct physical” or “mili ...   | Read.. 
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Officer run over by van on short cut
A police sergeant was last night crushed under the wheels of a matador ...   | Read.. 
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Bank freezes failed bombers’ accounts
The Bank of England has frozen the financial accounts belonging to the fou ...   | Read.. 
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India, WI in virtual semi-final today
With acting captain Sylvester Joseph’s inspirational moves haltin ...   | Read.. 
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Partition's hinge
In the decade before de-colonization, it was the first five years, from the ...   | Read.. 
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Buyout buffer for oil, gas
India will step up efforts to acquire more overseas oilfileds and gasfield ...   | Read..