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BJP and Congress lick Vadra wounds

The responses of the Congress and the BJP to allegations against Robert Vadra have drawn fire from within and without for starkly divergent reasons....   | Read..
 

Mamata land stand echoes

Two central ministers today said the government should stay off acquisition of land for private firms, echoing Mamata Banerjee’s stand on such takeovers....   | Read..
 

The benefits & liabilities of quota

The two women both claim that affirmative action cost them coveted spots at elite public universities. Both cases have now reached the Supreme Court....   | Read..
 

Dalit wake-up call for Maya statue politics

Tomorrow’s Bahujan Samaj Party rally is expected to mark a shift from Mayawati’s “statue politics” following a realisation, backed by a study by B...   | Read..
 

Karnataka halts water release

Karnataka today stopped the release of Cauvery water citing depleted storage at one of its dams, hours after Manmohan Singh asserted that only an authority headed by him coul...   | Read..
 
Anti-nuclear activists on Monday held a day-long siege of the Kudankulam atomic power plant (in background) with protesters anchoring over 800 boats ...  | Read
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Fillip to sport in school…

Sachin Tendulkar has prepared a roadmap on how to promote sport in schools and universities, th...   | Read..

…but damper for air force

The Indian Air Force (IAF) is turning cold towards Sachin Tendulkar, disappointed after present...   | Read..
 

SC query on drug trials

The Supreme Court today asked the Centre and various state governments to reply to an allegation that drug companies were us...   | Read..

Skip cry to Pranab in Belgaum dispute

Maharashtra minister Chhagan Bhujbal today urged President Pranab Mukherjee not to accept a Karnataka invitation to inau...   | Read..

Why Asha set up own home

Asha Bhosle’s daughter Varsha, a columnist driven to depression following the failure of her marriage, wrote widely an...   | Read..

Fence job for fence-sitter

India has been approached to construct a border fence between Oman and Yemen in the first international offer for such a...   | Read..