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Since 1st March, 1999
Singh to dial Pervez on ‘spy’
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today assured a team of Punjab lawmakers he would speak to Pervez Musharraf about the Indian given death for allegedly spying and setting off a train of blasts in Pakistan. ...  | Read.. 
Labour: civil courts lose say
The Supreme Court today ruled that labour courts and appellate tribunals under the Industrial Disputes Act should hear labour disputes and not civil courts. ...  | Read.. 
Mobile missile blows up on actor
Sizzling Simran in Surya’s arms had been the original problem. Now Surya’s mobile-turned-missile has snatched pride of place. ...  | Read.. 
Sangh aims democracy gun at Advani
The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh is gunning for a change in the BJP constitution to “democratise” the party ' with an eye to curbing L.K. Advani’s powers. ...  | Read.. 
VIP relief to students
Schoolchildren in Orissa can heave a sigh of relief as they will no longer have to stand as they wait to welcome a VIP. ...  | Read.. 
Dalbir Kaur after meeting Natwar Singh in Delhi on Tuesday. Picture by Rajesh Kumar
UAE lifts re-entry ban on expats
One alive 4 days after crash
Navy post
Bribe arrest
CM puts Bengal on power woman’s radar
This was one engagement here that Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee was most enthusiastic ' and worried '..  | Read.. 
Jalan calls for barefoot minister
A scheme aiming to tackle poverty should be overseen by a “barefoot minister”, MP Bim..  | Read.. 
Lawyers renew Bedi battle
Kiran Bedi, who returned from a two-year stint as press ...  | Read.. 

Calcutta link to terror catch
A top Lashkar-e-Toiba militant, who had from Dubai mas ...  | Read.. 

Extra mile to skip search
Bengal Speaker Hashim Abdul Halim might end up losing a ...  | Read.. 

China lines up Tibet takeover show
China has finally decided to celebrate Tibet’s  ...  | Read.. 

Mumbai relic kills 11 in sleep
A century-old, four-storey building collapsed in Mumbai ...  | Read..