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Cong clamour for Arjun scalp
Arjun Singh today pledged “unflinching loyalty” to the Gandhi family, trying to douse the fire sparked by his recent rebellious comments. But cries for his head continued in the Congress. ...  | Read.. 
Rise of the new Big 3 on southern stage
H.D. Kumaraswamy, Siddaramaiah and B.S. Yeddyurappa are hardly familiar names outside Karnataka. Neither young nor “happening”, they don’t gel with the sta ...  | Read.. 
Helium debut on nuke date
The country today got its first pilot plant to extract helium from natural gas on the 10th anniversary of the Pokhran II nuclear tests. ...  | Read.. 
Armchair generals worry BJP
The BJP is enthusiastic about its “winnable” Lok Sabha seats but its “winnable” leaders are all comfortably entrenched in the Rajya Sabha. ...  | Read.. 
Hole in wall prompts upper caste exodus
Many upper caste families have left Uthapuram village in protest since a breach was made in the “caste wall” erected to segregate the Dalits. ...  | Read.. 
Actress Yana Gupta performs in Mumbai. (PTI)
Assam carnage
Mall death
DSP robbed
Barak probe
Ramdev does a Bush on food talk
Gawli gets a taste of fear
Street stuff, but healthy
Thieves at party
For heart’s sake, don’t ignore Vitamin B1
Vitamin B1 deficiency might still account for unexplained heart failure in India, medical resea..  | Read.. 
Midnight once more for Rushdie
Salman Rushdie’s Midnight’s Children, which won The Best of the Booker after t..  | Read.. 
Red-faced CPM in central force dilemma
The CPM held fire at the CRPF after an initial fusillad ...  | Read.. 

Purulia blast kills jawan on poll patrol
Maoists today blew up a Border Security Force patrol ve ...  | Read.. 

Jammu attack ends long lull
Eight people, including a photojournalist and three oth ...  | Read.. 

A legal bond with America
When Aashish Sharma graduated from law school two years ...  | Read..