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Sunday , April 6 , 2014
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Revenge call, event manager ‘praise’

Narendra Modi’s right-hand man, Amit Shah, has allegedly told voters in Muzaffarnagar the general election was an opportunity to “take revenge” — a comment that the BJP today said “captured the mood of the nation”....   | Read..

Not my protégé: Advani

L.K. Advani today refused to call Narendra Modi his protégé or compare him with Atal Bihari Vajpayee, describing him instead as a “brilliant events manager”....   | Read..

Didi kingmaker, in Ranchi for now

Mamata Banerjee today used the Jharkhand platform to polish her “kingmaking” skills, perhaps in anticipation of a similar role in Delhi after the general ...   | Read..

Dialectics of culture crossing

Letters of regret from absent luminaries marked Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee’s interaction with the culture clan today in Calcutta, where he referred to the stranglehold...   | Read..

Cop arrest not revenge: India

India today dismissed suggestions that the detention of a New York Police Department officer here last month was retaliation for the arrest of Indian diplomat Devyani Kho...   | Read..
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Rape let-off for married man

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IIM raises fee by Rs 2.7 lakh

The Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta, will raise the fee for its two flagship courses f...   | Read..