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IAF flies against reckless habit

An Indian Air Force pilot has set a precedent by refusing to allow his professional judgement to be subsumed by the busy schedule of powerful passengers — the cause of many a fatal accident that has killed politicians in India....   | Read..
 

School survey ties primary scores to caste

An NCERT survey has found children from the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes lagging behind in education at the primary school level amid a national debate on reserv...   | Read..
 

Centre acts on Goa mining leases

The Centre today suspended environment clearances to all 93 mining leases in Goa pending verification in the wake of the Shah commission report that said permission had been ...   | Read..
 

Repeat water protest in MP

A “jal satyagraha” is on in Harda district of Madhya Pradesh against Indira Sagar Dam, with residents taking turns to stand in neck-deep water, perhaps enthus...   | Read..
 

Novartis subsidy promise with rider

Swiss pharma company Novartis today told the Supreme Court that if it gets an Indian patent on its anti-cancer drug Glivec, it would continue giving free drugs to 85 per ...   | Read..
 
Aseem Trivedi, facing sedition charges, walked out of Arthur Road Jail on Wednesday, a day after Bombay High Court granted him bail. The cartoonist ha ...  | Read
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Rein in Congress, BJP tells Pranab

The BJP today urged President Pranab Mukherjee to thwart the Congress’s “dangerous&...   | Read..

Delhi eyes state intelligence cadre

The Centre has proposed a separate intelligence cadre in the state police forces, which at pres...   | Read..
 

Development fix: to let ’em party or not

India’s development dilemma tailed Prime Minister Manmohan Singh all the way to the southern tip today, showcasing...   | Read..

Indian in net for Columbia ‘trespass’

An Indian-origin woman has been arrested on charges of trespassing on Columbia University’s campus after she allegedly...   | Read..

President’s taint-free team

Caesar’s wife has got competition. From the President’s guards....   | Read..