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Wednesday , December 28 , 2011
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Trinamul trashes bill but votes for it
UPA ally Trinamul led smaller parties today in trashing the Lokpal bill, underscoring the irony of widespread support for a “strong” legislation that none seemed to want, but later voted with the government. ...  | Read.. 
Turnout blame on chill & a poster
Behind him was a poster of a frowning, finger-wagging Anna, but in front of Shanti Bhushan stretched an almost empty Ramlila Maidan. ...  | Read.. 
Pune roots to student killed in UK
The 23-year-old Indian electronics student shot dead yesterday in Salford, Greater Manchester, has been identified as Anuj Bidve from Pune. ...  | Read.. 
Gupta-period temples found
The Archaeological Survey of India has unearthed four Gupta-era temples near Varanasi in a find historians said was important as they could provide a clue to how temple a ...  | Read.. 
Nuke deal on Japan menu
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh will push for wrapping up a civil nuclear deal with Tokyo during talks with his counterpart Yoshihiko Noda, foreign ministry officials said, ...  | Read.. 
A panoramic view of the temple complex at Lathiya, ...  | Read..
DDA official
Indians dead
EC cash order
Rivals plot Rajya Sabha moves
The BJP and the Left are working towards a strategy of “minimum” floor co-ordination ..  | Read.. 
Fight to the finish, says Hazare
The crowd was thin today, but Anna Hazare said the struggle to bring the “Jan Lokpal bill&..  | Read.. 
New Tibet airport to be world’s highest
China will start work on the world’s highest airport n ...  | Read.. 

Govt looks to link fake notes with terror
The government wants to propose an amendment to the Unl ...  | Read.. 

Dalit, Tribal MPs eye private campus quota
An association of Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe M ...  | Read..