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Wednesday , March 12 , 2014
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BJP chance to break into backward fold

Ram Kripal Yadav is all set to embrace the BJP after over two decades as Lalu Prasad’s lieutenant safeguarding social justice and secularism....   | Read..

BJP toils for Delhi names

The BJP has been finding it difficult to name candidates for the seven Lok Sabha seats in Delhi, with few takers in spite of the so-called “Narendra Modi wave”...   | Read..

Interview, scripted in a break

A segment of Arvind Kejriwal’s interview to a television channel on February 14 appears to closely follow a script discussed by the former Delhi chief minister and ...   | Read..

Bengal Cong veterans wriggle out of ring

Congress “veterans” in Bengal have desperately been finding excuses to wriggle out of the election ring in spite of Rahul Gandhi’s wishes....   | Read..

DMK to bat for end to death penalty

The DMK today declared in its manifesto that it would fight to abolish the death penalty, having championed the cause of the three death-row convicts in the Rajiv Gandhi ...   | Read..
Unseasonal snow blankets a garden in Srinagar on Tuesday. The post-winter snowfall caught Kashmir unawares, paralysing normal life. Heavy snowfall in ...  | Read
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Major salute to Indian war effort

John Major, the former Conservative Prime Minister, has waded into the immigration debate in th...   | Read..

Dinner to raise funds for AAP

The Aam Aadmi Party will organise American-style fundraisers in India....   | Read..

Beat-about-bush rap on Jaya

The Supreme Court today adjourned till July a 1992 graft case against Jayalalithaa but indicated that seeking the adjour...   | Read..

BJP at Sena door

Narendra Modi and Rajnath Singh today telephoned Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray, who had made it clear he was upset wi...   | Read..

Pile-up but not limited to leaders

Criminal cases against legislators drag on for an average seven years and, in some instances, for decades — a piec...   | Read..

Lifeline to 44 deemed varsities

The University Grants Commission, India’s higher education regulator, has thrown a lifeline to 44 deemed universit...   | Read..