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Tuesday , December 11 , 2012
Since 1st March, 1999

Accept China’s new reality: Khurshid

External affairs minister Salman Khurshid today said that to have a “meaningful partnership” with China, India needed to accept the “new reality” of Beijing’s presence in areas that New Delhi considers exclusive to India and its friends....   | Read..

Bengal and non-martial? Not any more

Bihar is the third and Bengal the sixth largest annual contributor of soldiers to the Indian Army, according to the latest available statistics....   | Read..

Child stirs hope of cancer milestone

Emma Whitehead has been bounding around the house lately, practising somersaults and rugby-style tumbles that make her parents wince....   | Read..

Cong gets reform steam

The Congress has interpreted last week’s FDI vote in the two Houses as parliamentary endorsement of its reforms agenda, a claim the Opposition is certain to contest...   | Read..

Walmart lobbying uproar

The disclosure that Walmart had spent about Rs 125 crore in the last four years to lobby US lawmakers has kicked up a political storm....   | Read..
A masked activist of the Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front participates in a torch protest to mark International Human Rights Day in Srinagar on Monday. (AP)
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Katju terms ‘fools’ barb a wake-up call

Press Council of India chairman Markandey Katju has defended his statement that 90 per cent of ...   | Read..

School meal load on states

The Centre has asked states to bear 25 per cent of the additional cost on purchase of non-subsi...   | Read..

SC stays order on judge trips

The Supreme Court today stayed a Delhi High Court order that quashed a central circular requiring apex and high court ju...   | Read..

Midnight ammo

Midnight’s Children, Deepa Mehta’s screen adaptation of Salman Rushdie’s novel, is facing a fre...   | Read..

Top court taps Centre on army ‘bias’ plea

The Supreme Court today sought the solicitor-general’s help to decide on a public interest litigation that seeks t...   | Read..

Digvijaya mends Scindia fences

Madhya Pradesh Congress rivals Jyotiraditya Scindia and Digvijaya Singh have buried the hatchet on Sonia Gandhi’s ...   | Read..

Ex-Maoist now Naidu protector

She comes from a band of people who once set off a landmine under Chandrababu Naidu’s car, hiding behind jungle bu...   | Read..