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Wednesday , March 17 , 2010
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Youths, women and ‘shuffle of old cards’
BJP president Nitin Gadkari today unveiled his team of 37 office-bearers and seven spokespersons, packing in a record number of youths and women to try and capture the season’s flavour. ...  | Read.. 
Fresh life for tribal artefacts
The beautiful artefacts designed by primitive tribal groups of Orissa and dying a slow death are set to get a fresh lease of life, thanks to the state government. ...  | Read.. 
Assembly on boil over TV show
The state Assembly today witnessed pandemonium over a TV programme that poked fun at politicians with both ruling BJD and Opposition MLAs storming the well, forcing five ...  | Read.. 
Call to run varsity like a company
Private firms should be allowed to set up and run the Prime Minister’s promised innovation universities like companies without any government role other than catalys ...  | Read.. 
Nuke bill crash course for sceptics
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh had staked his government’s survival on the passage of the Indo-US nuclear deal in 2008. Now he is set to deploy his best men and women ...  | Read.. 
Policemen outside Isro’s Indian Deep Space Network complex near Bangalore on Tuesday. Bangalore News Photos
Israeli excuse
Lead in spices
AMU waste
Rapist jailed
Isro attack claim; cops sceptical
Two strangers fired from a country-made pistol at an Indian Space Research Organisation facilit..  | Read.. 
Maoist leader’s aide arrested
Marshal Topno, an alleged associate of Maoist leader Kishan, has been arrested in Jharkhand, po..  | Read.. 
Breather for Sukna officer
The Supreme Court today stayed till March 29 the court ...  | Read.. 

Furore over Maya bill
The Lok Sabha was in uproar today over a woman’s b ...  | Read.. 

Extort cop calls under scanner
Haryana police special task force (STF) chief Ashok She ...  | Read..