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Tuesday , February 19 , 2013
Since 1st March, 1999

Everybody loves a slugfest on Modi

If the text is Jaitley, the context is Modi....   | Read..

Sam, we’ve Sonia, Mamata, Maya...

David Cameron conceded there were “not nearly enough” women in his cabinet, asked by a lady in Mumbai what Britain could teach India about making it easier fo...   | Read..

Serial protest for Afzal body

Kashmir’s separatists today announced a fresh programme of protests and an Independent legislator submitted an Assembly resolution seeking Afzal Guru’s body, ...   | Read..

Himachal phone-tap gun on Dhumal

Himachal Pradesh chief minister Virbhadra Singh today accused predecessor Prem Kumar Dhumal of “masterminding” the phone tapping scandal....   | Read..

Cong relishes Katju bite

The Congress is delighted to see Justice Markandey Katju raise questions about Narendra Modi’s leadership, but has chosen to stay aloof even as the BJP blasted the ...   | Read..
Everybody loves a slugfest on Modi
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PM ready for chopper talks

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today claimed the government had “nothing to hide” in...   | Read..

2-day stay in hanging test case

The Supreme Court has stayed till Wednesday the execution of four associates of bandit Veerappa...   | Read..

Skills training to curb flesh trade

The rural development ministry has decided to provide skill-based training to girls in areas that have reported cases of...   | Read..

Mumbai gawks as train chugs overhead

Ganapati Bappa Morya — the passengers’ chant was less a cheer and more a prayer as four bubblegum-pin...   | Read..

India, UK bridge degree gap

India and Britain have agreed on a compromise formula for the recognition of the one-year master’s degree from UK ...   | Read..

Nasheed warrant

Maldives police today said they have asked for help from the foreign ministry in arresting former President Mohamed Nasheed,...   | Read..

Families keep fingers crossed

Senita Mary’s “gut feeling” is that her father will one day walk free....   | Read..