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General who conquers with love & poems

Gen. V.K. Singh hands over the baton of the army chief to Gen. Bikram Singh tomorrow, marking not just a generational shift but also a renewal of bonhomie at the apex of the military establishment....   | Read..
 

Dissidence hits CM Naveen’s maiden trip

Naveen Patnaik’s first overseas visit as chief minister after a 12-year wait has been marred by faint stirrings of a rebellion back home in Odisha....   | Read..
 

Office scan finds men are dirtier

An analysis of germs in offices indicates that men are dirtier than women. ...   | Read..
 

Bail for Marines but with travel bar

The two Italian Marines accused of killing two Kerala fishermen got bail today after nearly four months in jail, but with stringent conditions that include a bar on leaving t...   | Read..
 

Indian hand in squashing tomato genome

Three Indian laboratories participating in an international research consortium have helped decode the tomato genome sequence, and pinpointed 80 per cent of its estimated...   | Read..
 
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Cong split on PM thrust

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s aggressive response to Team Anna’s diatribe against...   | Read..

DMK rolls back pullout threat

M. Karunanidhi today threatened to pull out of the UPA if petrol prices weren’t rolled ba...   | Read..
 

Plea against VK Singh

The retired lieutenant general alleged to have offered a Rs 14-crore bribe to the army chief has urged defence minister ...   | Read..

CPM’s Shimla toil pays off

The victory of CPM candidates in the first-ever direct election for the posts of Shimla mayor and deputy mayor is not a ...   | Read..

Support price plan for forest produce

Over 10 crore tribal people who earn their living by selling minor forest produce can now look forward to a better deal....   | Read..

Tourists stuck in Sikkim landslides

Nearly 2,500 tourists, most of them from Bengal, on their way back from Nathu-la were stranded after a series of landsli...   | Read..