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Thursday , February 6 , 2014

Sonia punctures caste quota balloon

As Congress leaders wondered whether senior general secretary Janardan Dwivedi’s statement against caste-based reservation was a trial balloon, Sonia Gandhi aimed a shot and blew whatever it was into smithereens....   | Read..

Northeast students turn back on Modi

Northeast students protesting against Arunachal boy Nido Tania’s death today called off a scheduled meeting with Narendra Modi, accusing the Gujarat chief minister ...   | Read..

IIT student found dead

An IIT Kanpur student was found dead today in his hostel room from suspected poisoning, bringing back the shadow of suicides on the campus after a gap of three years....   | Read..

Cruel home trick on poor

Several thousand labourers lined up outside the Maharashtra chief minister’s office in the past two days in the hope of applying for a low-cost housing schem...   | Read..

Assam boy forces textbook revision

A Class X student from Assam has made the 50-year-old National Council of Educational Research and Training erase a “careless sentence” from one of its textbo...   | Read..
Sonia Gandhi: No room for ambiguity
Sonia punctures caste quota balloon
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Music bridges torn past

If music be the food of reconciliation, play on. So what if it has taken a generation?...   | Read..

Land in India first, then get visa

The home ministry has given in-principle clearance for visa-on-arrival and a new system, electr...   | Read..

LS condemns teen’s death

Sushma Swaraj today referred to people with “flat noses” to underline the country’s diversity, but the...   | Read..

Prasar puts best foot forward

Prasar Bharati is looking to tap the women’s panel to train staff in “acceptable behaviour” in a move ...   | Read..

Rivals raise ‘federal’ issues

The Opposition parties today united against the introduction of the communal violence bill in the Rajya Sabha, accusing ...   | Read..

Jaya coaxes friends on riot bill

Jayalalithaa’s stated opposition to the Prevention of Communal Violence (Access to Justice and Reparations) Bill, ...   | Read..

‘Front’ for House, not poll

Leaders of 11 parties including the Left today met to forge an alternative to the BJP and the Congress but indicated tha...   | Read..

Why Britain did not dare refuse Mrs G

The following are some of the key passages from the report by the UK cabinet secretary Jeremy Heywood on Operation Blues...   | Read..