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Sunday , February 2 , 2014
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US keeps Devyani pot boiling

US prosecutors have told a Manhattan court they intend to pursue visa fraud charges against Devyani Khobragade as she no longer enjoys immunity from prosecution, at a time the two nations are trying to stitch together a pact to prevent a repeat of the Indian diplomat’s arrest....   | Read..

Before Haryana polls, AAP speaks up for khap

Aam Aadmi Party leader Yogendra Yadav today sought to extend nuanced support to khap panchayats, the de-facto community courts known for their rather strident stand on...   | Read..

Footage clue to engineer murder

A middle-aged man has emerged as a suspect in the murder of a software engineer who disappeared from Lokmanya Tilak Terminus last month after CCTV footage showed him walk...   | Read..

Sibal seeks Kejriwal apology

Union law minister Kapil Sibal today challenged Arvind Kejriwal to prove he was corrupt and threatened legal action if the Aam Aadmi Party leader did not offer a public a...   | Read..

Goa scraps fest, Russia fumes

A Goa government decision to bar a Moscow-supported music festival at the last minute has prompted a tense diplomatic rejoinder from the Russian embassy, which alleged th...   | Read..
US keeps Devyani pot boiling
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Agusta deal document

One of the alleged middlemen in the VVIP chopper scam had asked a contact in India to target UPA ch...   | Read..

Chair and uphill task for Rawat

Harish Rawat, who dreamt to be the chief minister of Uttarakhand in 2002 and rebelled against t...   | Read..

Thane boy rescued from Bengal

A four-year-old boy, allegedly kidnapped from Thane last month, has been rescued from a village in South 24-Parganas....   | Read..