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Saturday , August 4 , 2012
Since 1st March, 1999

To dropout’s parents, army the silver lining

When her son dropped out after Class X, Roshni Devi was frankly unhappy. Sixteen, she thought, was no age to give up one’s studies and join the army....   | Read..

UP told to take care of Vrindavan widows

The Supreme Court today asked Uttar Pradesh to immediately deal with the food, health and hygiene issues of Vrindavan widows, raging at how a country with a tradition of ...   | Read..

Split ends law degree tug-of-war

The tussle between the Bar Council of India and Kapil Sibal’s ministry over the control of legal education has been sorted out, law minister Salman Khurshid said to...   | Read..

Clean chit to blast suspect

Pune police after two days of questioning today gave a clean chit to Dayanand Patil, a man injured in the August 1 serial explosions, and declared that he was no longer t...   | Read..

Anna party plunge

Team Anna today took their first steps towards forming a political party or, as they termed it, “the fourth front” to contest 2014 Lok Sab...   | Read..
To dropout’s parents, army the silver lining
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Sudarshan lost, found

Former RSS sarsanghchalak K.S. Sudarshan was today reported missing after he went on a morning ...   | Read..

Wounds thicken techie fall mystery

An Infosys techie who fell to her death at a company campus here on Tuesday was covered in scra...   | Read..

SC lets BMW convict walk free

The Supreme Court today disagreed with Delhi High Court’s order to convict BMW hit-and-run case accused Sanjeev Na...   | Read..

Jairam sniffs bid to milk drought

Gujarat, Karnataka and Maharashtra are making exaggerated demands for central funds citing the drought crisis, Jairam Ra...   | Read..