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Sunday , November 11 , 2012
Since 1st March, 1999

On Jinnah turf, Nitish hugs safe silence

The mausoleum of Quaid-e-Azam Mohammed Ali Jinnah verily became the burial site of a famed political career back home. When L.K. Advani came here in the summer of 2005 and pronounced a paean to the founder of Pakistan he invited a hail of disapproval from his Parivar. Even those he considered c...   | Read..

Slander sullies race for CBI top job

The race for the post of CBI director has hotted up, marked by lobbying and mudslinging that even prompted a shortlisted candidate to approach the home minister’s o...   | Read..

Three bids for Haldia berth

Calcutta Port Trust’s move to make up for the termination of contract by Haldia Bulk Terminals (HBT) has gathered momentum, with three firms putting in bids to inst...   | Read..

Acid thrower held

Freelance filmmaker Jerrit John, accused of throwing a chemical at his ex-girlfriend, was arrested this afternoon, three days after the alleged attack that sparked outrag...   | Read..

CM rolls out blue carpet

Mamata Banerjee strides into Netaji Indoor Stadium through the backdoor and down the blue carpet. A little lumpy edge of the carpet catches her foot. She pauses, takes tw...   | Read..
Anna Hazare on Saturday unveiled his new team to take his “apolitical” anti-corruption battle forward. ...  | Read
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Temple row reopens CPM-religion debate

The CPM’s position on the management of a famous temple’s huge assets has ...   | Read..

Bhagwat gauges Gadkari impact

Mohanrao Bhagwat today spent the day meeting “non-political” representatives in the...   | Read..

Shri Ram student ‘suicide’ after tiff

A 22-year-old student of Shri Ram College of Commerce plunged to his death from a third-floor balcony of a north Delhi a...   | Read..

Shinde pats Pak over 26/11 probe

Sushil Kumar Shinde today said Pakistan had taken forward its probe against Mumbai attacks accused, which had brought ab...   | Read..