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Since 1st March, 1999
US talks, Delhi faces test music
The controversy over the nuclear deal has compelled foreign minister Pranab Mukherjee to clarify in the Lok Sabha today that India retains the “sovereign right to test and would do so if it is necessary in the national interest”. ...  | Read.. 
Glare on narco tests
Calcutta High Court today stayed an order allowing police to conduct narco-analysis tests on Mihir Kumar Jha and Ranvijay Pathak in connection with a JEE test scam. ...  | Read.. 
Coin rain from RBI
Running short of coins' Don’t worry, the Reserve Bank of India has opened counters from where you can get small change. ...  | Read.. 
Farmers take risk but land in debt trap
Nearly half of India’s farmers are in debt — the upshot of switching to high-yielding but high-risk crops. ...  | Read.. 
Customer rush at Nokia shops
Customers have started besieging Nokia stores across the country and firing in emails after the cellphone maker announced a worldwide product recall of 46 million batteri ...  | Read.. 
Debacle on debut ...  | Read
Did you give money to Monica' No, only love
STAR News has aired the purported transcript of a narco-analysis done on gangster Abu Salem by polic..  | Read.. 
BJP raises pitch, goes after Singh
The BJP today declared that the Indo-US deal could not be implemented and it would remain a ..  | Read.. 
Biman rules out pullout
Bengal CPM secretary Biman Bose today said toppling the UP ...  | Read.. 

Judge kin missing
The daughter of a fast-track court judge went “mis ...  | Read.. 

Ottavio blame game on
The blame game between the CBI and the foreign ministry ...  | Read.. 

Unescorted from school, child dies
Five-year-old Sagar was run over by a car on Tuesday as ...  | Read.. 

Cop bashes up MLA on birthday
A Karnataka MLA landed up in ICU on Independence Day after ...  | Read..