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Tuesday , June 18 , 2013
 
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Post-split, Nitish stares at uphill task

A confounded silence has descended on yesterday’s split in Bihar’s ruling order. Beyond knee-jerk endorsement or opposition, the heartland is still to make sense of the radical shift effected by chief minister Nitish Kumar, or how it will play out....   | Read..
 

‘Refugees’ feted to tune of Tagore

Tagore’s verses from Gitanjali rang out at a remarkable service of thanksgiving held in Leicester Cathedral to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the arriva...   | Read..
 

Modi backs off Ayodhya trip

Narendra Modi has cried off a planned visit to Ayodhya to attend an event organised by the Vishwa Hindu Parishad, prompting suggestions that he does not want his “p...   | Read..
 

Shah Rukh sucked into sex-test storm

A tabloid report that quoted a purported “insider” from Shah Rukh Khan’s household as saying the actor’s child in the womb of a surrogate mother w...   | Read..
 

Doctor suicide threat in top court

A gynaecologist today issued a suicide threat in the Supreme Court over what she claimed was a false case against her, lodged apparently after she spurned the alleged sexual ...   | Read..
 
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Modern plan for medicine

Doctors of ayurveda and three other systems of medicine may be legally permitted to prescribe m...   | Read..

On cards: coach from land of Messi

Mohun Bagan or East Bengal could soon have coaches from Argentina and players trained in the tw...   | Read..
 

Sea rescue

The Indian Coast Guard today rescued 26 crew members from a Jeddah-bound container vessel after its hull broke into two ...   | Read..

India forges nano-necklace

A microscopic necklace designed by Indian scientists could boost efforts to build motors to propel tiny ferry boats thro...   | Read..

Mockery of pre-natal law

The year before was tough but last year was tougher for the unborn girl child....   | Read..

Jaya does a U-turn, leaves seat for CPI

Jayalalithaa today withdrew one of her Rajya Sabha candidates to ensure senior CPI leader D. Raja’s election, app...   | Read..

Rain rage wrecks hill states

At least 50 people have died in rain-triggered landslides, house collapses and flash floods in the north, mostly in Utta...   | Read..

Chandila back in police custody

A Delhi court today remanded cricketer Ajit Chandila in police custody for three days a second time in connection with t...   | Read..