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Saturday , February 13 , 2010
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Mumbai date with King Khan
Fridays at the INOX multiplex in the business hub of Nariman Point are usually not a huge crowd-puller, except for the first-day-first-show. ...  | Read.. 
Pak says yes to talks offer
The foreign secretaries of India and Pakistan will hold talks in New Delhi on February 25 for the first time since the 2008 Mumbai attacks. ...  | Read.. 
Apology blows in wind
Apology was in the air today, if not quite carrying the recipient’s address. ...  | Read.. 
Fight for tobacco ban at schools
A consortium of doctors and health activists today urged Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to reject a demand from some MPs to permit the sale of tobacco products within 100 yard ...  | Read.. 
41 countries for arms mart
Howitzers, rocket launchers, mortars, tanks, armoured carriers, machine guns, carbines and pistols — from the biggest weapons of war to the smallest instruments to kill — ...  | Read.. 
Foreigners take a dip in the Ganga during the Kumbh mela in Hardwar on Friday. Picture by Amit Datta
Valley cop in a soup
US national
Stab bail
Student rape
United clause stirs Andhra embers
The statehood movement has stirred back to life with the Centre today including an option of a ..  | Read.. 
Pawar film jab at Sena
NCP leader Sharad Pawar today ridiculed the Shiv Sena by saying that even Marathi-speaking peop..  | Read.. 
Return hope for Pak Indians
Thousands of Kashmiri civilians stranded across the Lin ...  | Read.. 

Cow slaughter burns mosque
An angry mob today set on fire a mosque and a madrasah in S ...  | Read.. 

Old bridge threatens Delhi bond
The condition of the Mahatma Gandhi Setu has not only e ...  | Read.. 

Meal row over food cooked by Dalit
Untouchability has reared its ugly head once again in Kendr ...  | Read..