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Guess who’ll be delighted if Games are rained out
Rain, incomplete stadiums, dug-up roads — and Mani Shankar Aiyar. The Commonwealth Games has many enemies. ...  | Read.. 
 
Actor dead
Actor Ravi Baswani, known for his comic roles in films such as Jaane Bhi Do Yaaron and Chashme Buddoor, died today of a heart attack in Shimla. He was 64. ...  | Read.. 
 
Poll panel gets new boss
Bengal’s Left rulers can breathe a little easier. ...  | Read.. 
 
Crime to let even a grain rot, says SC
The Supreme Court today said it was “a crime to waste even a grain of food” in a country “where people are starving” and urged the Centre to release s ...  | Read.. 
 
British PM misses zing in ‘marriage’
David Cameron, Britain’s youngest Prime Minister in two centuries, lands in India tonight to lay the foundation for a “special relationship” and unleash wh ...  | Read.. 
 


British PM misses zing in ‘marriage’

 
Bihari identity past old equations
Chief minister Nitish Kumar has flung the gauntlet early in election year, saying his chief riv..  | Read.. 
Govt to wait out price protest
Parliament was paralysed today but the Centre appeared unperturbed by the disruption over the deman..  | Read.. 
 
Security pact with Myanmar
India and Myanmar, battling insurgency on their 1,640km ...  | Read.. 

Snub to Amin jail shift plea
A CBI special court today rejected a request by Narendr ...  | Read.. 

Suspended IAS in harassment plea
An IAS officer who once took on the Jayalalithaa regime ...  | Read..