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Et tu: PC bares heart for Arun’s dagger

The Rajya Sabha today had a rare sight of a flustered and emotional P. Chidambaram who appeared to be asking his “friend of 22 years”, Arun Jaitley, to take “a dagger and plunge it into my heart” rather than question his integrity....   | Read..
 

AI strikers dig in heels

The strike by Air India’s international pilots continued for the seventh day today as they insisted that their demands be met first, forcing the cancellation of 14 ...   | Read..
 

Two-day ultimatum for blood sample

Delhi High Court has asked Congress veteran N.D. Tiwari to submit his blood sample within two days in a paternity suit or have it forcibly taken by police....   | Read..
 

Academics in cartoon hitback

Two academics responsible for clearing a Class XI textbook that created a furore over a “derogatory” cartoon of B.R. Ambedkar today accused parliamentarians of bl...   | Read..
 

MPs vent ire, Sibal signals probe

The Lok Sabha erupted again today against political cartoons in school textbooks, prompting HRD minister Kapil Sibal to announce an inquiry against NCERT officials who ha...   | Read..
 
Pakistani microbiologist Syed Mohammed Khalil Chishty, 80, left for his homeland on Monday, having got bail on humanitarian grounds after 20 years in ...  | Read
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Death strikes 100m from post

The six CISF jawans who died last night in the Chhattisgarh Maoist ambush were just over 100 me...   | Read..

Crash pilot had spotted

The captain of the plane that crashed in north Nepal today had detected a fault in the indicato...   | Read..
 

Hurriyat leader alert

A Hurriyat leader today voiced fears that militants might kill him and a colleague over his remarks that UN resolutions ...   | Read..