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Tuesday , July 17 , 2012
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Chest pain melts Thackeray hearts

A dramatic and emotional reunion today between warring Thackeray cousins Raj and Uddhav that ended with them walking into Matoshree together to meet Balasaheb set off speculation of a possible political realignment that could be bad news for the ruling Congress-NCP alliance....   | Read..

Molest indiscretion

Alka Lamba, a member of the inquiry team looking into the molestation of a Guwahati girl, was today sacked for openly naming the victim at a news conference on Saturday....   | Read..

Rain shadow on rice, govt worry for southern trio

The poor rainfall performance is likely to impact India’s rice yield this year, a senior agrometeorology scientist said today amid growing concerns over the rainfal...   | Read..

Karuna goes slow on Eelam

DMK leader M. Karunanidhi today disclosed that the Tamil Eelam Supporters Organisation (TESO) conference slated for August 12 here would not adopt any resolution seeking ...   | Read..

Outsider set to head IIM

The new director of the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad, may well be an “outsider”....   | Read..
Aamir Khan met Manmohan Singh and Union minister for social justice and empowerment Mukul Wasnik on Monday to highlight the concerns of manual scaveng ...  | Read
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Jaswant joins ‘token’ fight

Sharad Yadav didn’t want it but the sidelined Jaswant Singh has grabbed it....   | Read..

Home off PM cricket push

The Prime Minister’s Office worked with the foreign ministry to clear Pakistan’s cr...   | Read..

Kiran pads up to take on rival

The chief minister blocked a few balls and hit a few and the village children he was playing with clapped wildly....   | Read..