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Rival and rival go for the jugular
The Congress will not stop attacking L.K. Advani despite the BJP leader’s recent attempt to charm Sonia Gandhi. ...  | Read.. 
BJP attacks price spiral ‘plot’
The BJP today tore into the Manmohan Singh government on rising prices, which it described as a “conspiracy against the common man”. ...  | Read.. 
Army to shell out more rent
The Centre today raised the rent of land occupied by the army in Jammu and Kashmir to make military occupation of farmland more remunerative and dilute the impact of the ...  | Read.. 
UN hope for Sarabjit
Former Pakistan human rights minister Ansar Burney said today that he would take Sarabjit Singh’s case to the UN if the Indian was found innocent of terrorism charge ...  | Read.. 
Tender loopholes stall Lalu’s pet project
Lalu Prasad pulled strings to ensure land for a project in his home constituency only to see it stalled by “loopholes” in the tender. ...  | Read.. 
Aditya Jain (in picture) has a good excuse to pester his parents every now and then to take him to the Ahmedabad zoo so he can gaze at his favourite p ...  | Read
Doctor arrested
Cop rapped
Head cut off
Rani petition
Attack on auto, driven too far
Tech team in top gear
Power women for reel
Sex worker sops
Pay massage to soldiers
Members of the Sixth Pay Commission today sought to assuage the military brass after concerns t..  | Read.. 
Stars wade into water war
Tamil and Kannada filmdom waded into the latest dispute over the Cauvery waters today after the..  | Read.. 
Reform relief for boy convict
A juvenile court magistrate today set free a 15-year-ol ...  | Read.. 

SC seal on life for killer lover
The Supreme Court has upheld the life term awarded to a ...  | Read..