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Since 1st March, 1999
Delhi dozes, IIMs lose quota sleep
Having cleared the toughest of examinations, some of India’s brightest minds entering the country’s Ivy League this year may face crammed classrooms and hostels — and perhaps morning skirmishes at the toilet. ...  | Read.. 
Subhas silent, game goes on
Subhas Chakraborty maintains a meaningful silence and his party says it is in the dark. ...  | Read.. 
Seat status stumps civic polls
Total posts are four — two mayors and two deputy mayors. One-third of the four offices is to be reserved for Schedule Caste and Schedule Tribe persons. Further, one third of ...  | Read.. 
‘Alternative’ Assembly in Naveen land
A fresh concern awaits chief minister Naveen Patnaik. ...  | Read.. 
Kidnap warning for OIL officials
Officials of Oil India Ltd (OIL) were today asked to be “on their guard” after police got wind of a plan by Ulfa militants to kidnap some of them and blackmail ...  | Read.. 
At next event, please don’t play it again, Singh
If you hear brain drain once more, blame it on the gravity of the issue and not the speechwriter
Some of our brightest students have gone abroad and have done well in advanced fields of research…. Many of them have been returning home, for varying periods of time. ...  | Read.. 
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Aishwarya and Abhishek in Toronto for the premiere of Guru. (Reuters file picture)
Preview over, ticket to tie knot
Taxila gives us a sense of continuity from past to present

Preview over, ticket to tie knot
Many Indians stirred out of their beds tonight and rubbed sleep off bleary eyes to hear what th ...  | Read..
Scout found dead in pond
Six days after Anil Harishchandra went missing, the 15-year-old Scout’s father and uncles ...  | Read..