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Graft fire unites BJP behind boss

Arvind Kejriwal today trained his guns on Nitin Gadkari, but the BJP heaved an audible sigh of relief after what it saw as a “less than damning expose” and rallied around its president....   | Read..
 

Pancreatic cancer fillip

Research studies led by an Indian-origin scientist in the US have bolstered hopes of a novel treatment for pancreatic cancer, one of the most lethal of human malignancies...   | Read..
 

Freeze on doctor freebies

Abbott Laboratories Inc has instructed its sales representatives in India not to give gifts to doctors, a practice that has been used as a bargaining chip by companies wa...   | Read..
 

Cloud on Haldia port upgrade

The impasse over private port operator Haldia Bulk Terminals (HBT) has put a question mark on the mechanisation drive of Calcutta Port Trust (CPT), prompting it to look a...   | Read..
 

Beyond laptops to Lucknow IT hub

The Uttar Pradesh cabinet today cleared a plan to set up an infotech hub near Lucknow, sending a message to sceptics who had slammed Akhilesh Yadav’s decision to gi...   | Read..
 
Activists Arvind Kejriwal and Anjali Damania address the media in New Delhi on Wednesday. (Fotocorp)
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Salman dares Arvind

Law minister Salman Khurshid has dared Arvind Kejriwal to stage a protest in his constituency F...   | Read..

Union of love, not religion

Saif Ali Khan and Kareena Kapoor, who had a civil marriage on Tuesday, are not having a religious we...   | Read..
 

First steps to Aussie N-pact

Australia today offered to deepen co-operation with India in energy security, with both sides announcing they would star...   | Read..