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Friday , August 31 , 2012
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Freak rotor tangle downs copters

Nine air force personnel died today when the rotors of two Mi-17 helicopters got entangled shortly after they had taken off on a training sortie, sending both choppers crashing to the ground....   | Read..

Left joins Mulayam in UPA bailout

The Left today joined Mulayam Singh Yadav’s effort to break the deadlock in Parliament over coal block allocations, a move that can aid the Samajwadi Party leader&#...   | Read..

Centre cites SC on coal

The government today dug out a 2006 verdict to argue that the Supreme Court was against auction of coal blocks as law minister Salman Khurshid questioned the presumptive ...   | Read..

Delhi prod for more minority cops

The Centre has repeated its request to all states to deploy more Muslim policemen in areas with large minority populations following the Assam violence....   | Read..

Reporter, doctor land in terror net

A Bangalore journalist and a doctor are among 11 members of an alleged terror module arrested late last night in the city and Hubli in northern Karnataka....   | Read..
Freak rotor tangle downs copters
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Maya sells clinic two months to riot verdict

The large signboard on the maternity home’s pink walls still bears the name of Maya Kodna...   | Read..

Modi’s ‘beauty-conscious’ milk

In Narendra Modi’s world, malnutrition is not so much a curse afflicting babies of the ru...   | Read..

Death threat to exodus cop

The police officer whose appointment had helped stem the threat-triggered exodus of people from the Northeast has got a ...   | Read..

Fixing policy govt’s job: SC

The Supreme Court has said it wants to end judicial monitoring of social welfare schemes, saying the task should be left...   | Read..

Raj targets TV show

Raj Thackeray’s party has grabbed at the Supreme Court’s stamp on Ajmal Kasab’s death sentence to targ...   | Read..

Sibal puts in a word for Unmukt

Kapil Sibal today asked Delhi University vice-chancellor Dinesh Singh to see if any “discretionary” powers c...   | Read..