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Paddy shows promise, cane turns sour
India’s rainfall deficit has decreased in recent weeks, raising hopes of a recovery for paddy, but pearl millet, sugarcane and fodder yields will remain significantly depressed, weather and crop scientists said today. ...  | Read.. 
Poor criteria recast call
For the first time, caste and religion may help determine whether a family should receive poverty benefits if an experts panel’s suggestions are accepted by the gove ...  | Read.. 
Education rating term
Private rating agencies will need government sanction to change their ownership structure if they want to participate in India’s proposed new higher education accred ...  | Read.. 
Obama taps Mahatma
Embattled US President Barack Obama leaned on Mahatma Gandhi to be accepted by tens of thousands of American parents who vigorously objected to him directly addressing sc ...  | Read.. 
Child’s wail mixes with bugle for soldier: Major Akash Singh (picture above) died in action on Tuesday night while leading troops to foil an infiltrat ...  | Read
Ishrat report
CBI probe
CM copter
ATM lock rap
100 days of a trip ‘downhill’
For Jayalalithaa, it’s been one hundred days of solitude and gradual slipping of the groun..  | Read.. 
Pay hope for IIM, copycat fear for govt
The human resource development ministry may lift a cap restricting the number of IIT and IIM pr..  | Read.. 
Shastri’s wristwatch stolen from memorial
A wristwatch belonging to Lal Bahadur Shastri, which ma ...  | Read.. 

Job watch
The Centre has asked all states to set up an ombudsman ...  | Read.. 

Youths drown in 5-star pool
An outing in the Pink City turned sour for four friends whe ...  | Read.. 

Comrade Papa, got number
So what the CPM didn’t get the numbers, a party le ...  | Read.. 

Police poll vigil in rebel zones
Cyclonic weather notwithstanding, the state is more app ...  | Read.. 

Official faces land scam stick
A Kalinga Nagar land scam exposed last month is proving to ...  | Read..