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Saturday , July 28 , 2012
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The Modi interview and the spreading ripples

The Samajwadi Party is set to expel Shahid Siddiqui, editor and publisher of Urdu weekly Nai Duniya, whose latest edition carried a cover interview with Narendra Modi....   | Read..

Texting not Gr8 for grammar

Gr8, Be4, and wud might help save time, but techspeak words tend to spread like contagion and appear to hurt grammar skills of adolescents, a new study has suggested. ...   | Read..

Indian ‘Jones’ Kapoor in NY

Three high-value temple antiquities from Tamil Nadu, a sandstone statue depicting Kubera from the Gupta period and a sculpture depicting Shakyamuni Buddham from the Chola...   | Read..

‘Police can’t compete with the speed of television’

Excerpts from the interview of Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi that was carried by Delhi-based Urdu weekly Nai Duniya, edited and published by Samajwadi Party member Shahid Siddiqui:...   | Read..

Ramdev steals pale Anna show

Yoga guru Ramdev today joined Team Anna’s protest only to expose the group’s fragility and stamp his own ability to draw crowds to what has been an otherwise ...   | Read..
Shahid Siddiqui
The Modi interview and the spreading ripples

Stink-free train ride in five years

The stench that has marked India’s trains, platforms and tracks for 160 years could large...   | Read..

French leave at India dance

Commerce minister Anand Sharma hosted a pre-Olympics dinner at which the fragrant Frenchwoman, ...   | Read..

Scribe bail

Journalist Jigna Vora was granted bail by a local court today, eight months after she was arrested in the murder ...   | Read..

Temple admits Jagan gaffe

The Tirumala temple authorities have confirmed that Y.S. Jaganmohan Reddy, a Christian, had broken shrine rules during h...   | Read..

Nitish calls on Jaswant

Bihar chief minister and Janata Dal (United) leader Nitish Kumar called on Jaswant Singh today at his residence offering...   | Read..

‘Neutral’ camp for PM, Sonia

Bhajan Mandal is one of a dozen-odd carpenters, masons and painters who today ensured in a matter of hours that tomorrow...   | Read..