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Hint of shift in tweet

Leader of Opposition Sushma Swaraj broke her silence on her phone conversation with Sonia Gandhi, saying tonight she had told the Congress chief the government should “announce cancellation” of the controversial coal block allocations and order an “independent” probe....   | Read..
 

Ramdev

Yoga televangelist Ramdev today announced a fresh agitation targeting the Congress from October 2 that will last till the next Lok Sabha elections with immediate attention on...   | Read..
 

In-built speed limit plan for trucks

Trucks will be able to do 80 but not more, try as they might, if a government plan comes into force....   | Read..
 

Mallya set to sell stake in United Spirits

Vijay Mallya is close to selling most of his stake in United Spirits Ltd to Diageo Plc of UK for $640million, sources said....   | Read..
 

Parole cry to tie knot

Rakesh Singh can’t wait to get married to his long-time sweetheart Roshni....   | Read..
 
Actress Bipasha Basu at a promotional in Mumbai on Saturday. (Fotocorp)
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Coaxed, relatives receive bodies

Officers investigating the death of three women who jumped off a South City terrace on Friday s...   | Read..

5 more held in terror crackdown

Five more suspects have been arrested in Maharashtra and Andhra Pradesh intensifying the crackdown ...   | Read..
 

Govt mulls time limit on juvenile claim

Amit Singh is a free man now....   | Read..

Arms rap for lower courts

The Supreme Court has expressed concern over proliferation of arms and ammunition, “whether licensed or not”...   | Read..

11-baby joke fools panel eager for Parsi numbers

The National Commission for Minorities was overjoyed when a stranger emailed it to say a 25-year-old Parsi lady in Gujar...   | Read..

Cong call for governance

Most Congress leaders feel the government should concentrate on delivering good governance instead of bothering about di...   | Read..