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Since 1st March, 1999
And suddenly, one stumbles on mounds of wet clay near arrays of hundreds of earthen lamps, little pots and pans, ready for firing in a smoking kiln. ...  | Read.. 
Income tax quiz for Daler
Pop star Daler Mehndi was quizzed by income-tax officials minutes after his show in Surat ended last night. ...  | Read.. 
Insat-4B launch delayed
Commercial launch service provider Arianespace has rescheduled the lift-off of the Ariane-5 rocket, carrying India’s Insat-4B and the British defence ministry’s ...  | Read.. 
Missing youth in airport bush
A youth, depressed after failing several times to clear the IIM entrance exam, was found semi-conscious in the bushes near Calcutta airport’s domestic terminal. ...  | Read.. 
Rushdie can’t hold Britons
Salman Rushdie and Arundhati Roy won’t like this at all. According to a survey of British reading habits, The Satanic Verses and The God of Small Things Read.. 
Actress Smriti Irani with husband Zubin at an awards ceremony in Mumbai on Saturday. (Fotocorp)
This one’s hardly monkey business
Play the Ash card right
Night riders make a mark
Women’s song
‘Harass’ rap on world tour operator
A couple from Delhi who were stranded in France and overcharged during a world tour have been award..  | Read.. 
Voters’ verdict: no place for tainted
The people of Gwalior and Sidhi appear to have followed the Supreme Court’s suggestion to ..  | Read.. 
Liz’s 7 rounds draw a blank
Liz Hurley could have spared herself the exertion of wa ...  | Read.. 

High court denies bail in global hacker case
Delhi High Court has refused to grant any relief to an Indi ...  | Read.. 

Stadium pawn for games
A world-class stadium on the city’s outskirts has been ...  | Read.. 

Soldier of future takes JJ to Israel
Army chief General Joginder Jaswant Singh is in Israel ...  | Read.. 

The George joke that India missed
Once the man used to be “St George” slaying t ...  | Read..