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Food for Valley suspense
Interned separatist leaders have been released, the six-month ban on mobile texting has been relaxed, but a day ahead of counting Kashmir finds itself caught in an unnerving twist: who’ll win and, even more, who’ll take power? ...  | Read.. 
 
America in Afghan dilemma
America could be holding back from piling pressure on Pakistan to weed out terror camps on its soil because of its “vulnerability” in the region, experts have s ...  | Read.. 
 
63 guilty of fishermen murders
Sixty-three people have been convicted for the murder of eight Hindu fishermen in Kerala’s northern Kozhikode district nearly six years ago. ...  | Read.. 
 
ID parade for face of terror
Mohammed Ajmal Kasab, a man who would be recognised anywhere in India, was quietly taken to the Arthur Road jail today for an identification parade, police sources said. ...  | Read.. 
 
Patil warns against gender law misuse
President Pratibha Patil has cautioned against the misuse of pro-women laws such as IPC Section 498A that deals with dowry harassment and sought better implementation of ...  | Read.. 
 
An Indian Army dog attacks a soldier during an exercise at Akhnoor near Jammu. (Reuters)
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Year of the double victim
Yashoda Singh pulls her dupatta tighter around her body and edges closer to the chulha..  | Read.. 
Extort worms tumble out
A senior government engineer today said the Bahujan Samaj Party MLA accused of murdering engine..  | Read.. 
 
Picnic bus set on fire in Assam
Suspected militants set fire to a bus carrying over 60 picnickers in Assam’s Sonitpur district today, leaving 24 injured ...  | Read..