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Friday , October 10 , 2014
 
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Modi roars in Pawar bastion

Narendra Modi today appeared to have bearded Sharad Pawar in his den, Baramati, a seat the Nationalist Congress Party chief first won in 1967 as a Congressman and has never lost since....   | Read..
 

Raj spills tie-up talks

Raj Thackeray today said he had discussed a pre-poll alliance with Uddhav Thackeray minutes after the BJP snapped ties with the Shiv Sena, only to discover his cousin was...   | Read..
 

Desam faces Naidu son backlash

Telugu Desam chief Chandrababu Naidu’s alleged attempts to foist his Stanford-educated son Nara Lokesh as the main leader in Telangana backfired today with five par...   | Read..
 

Delhi to give probe details to Dhaka

India is ready to share details of investigations into last week’s Burdwan blast with Bangladesh, which yesterday wrote to New Delhi seeking information....   | Read..
 

Tough talk on both sides of border

Defence minister Arun Jaitley, who today made his first media appearance after undergoing bariatric surgery last month, said Indian forces can make the cost of “adv...   | Read..
 
Salman Khan arrives at Mumbai sessions court on Thursday to attend the hearing of the 2002 hit-and-run case. ...  | Read
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Modi pitches for ‘my govt’ in Haryana

Larger-than-life Narendra Modi busts dot the highway as one enters Haryana from Delhi, driving ...   | Read..

Cong trains guns on ‘absent PM’

The Congress today questioned Narendra Modi’s absence from the national capital at a time...   | Read..
 

SC agrees on urgent hearing of drug price plea

The Supreme Court today agreed to take up “as early as possible” a plea challenging a recent NDA government deci...   | Read..

‘Outdated’ CPM readies to reach out

Communism may have just got a new manifesto, a now-or-never lunge by a party of self-confessed “senior citizens...   | Read..

Indian girl finds galaxy with a clue

Sanchayeeta Borthakur recalls how pre-dinner night walks with her father under starry skies along the dark streets of Bo...   | Read..

Lab ‘eye’ uses peacock rule

Government scientists in Calcutta and a technology company in Kerala have jointly developed the first indigenous microsc...   | Read..

Rahu over, Jaya seeks bail

Jayalalithaa today approached the Supreme Court for bail and suspension of her four-year sentence, citing ill-health and...   | Read..

Sick and tired of leaving home

Rajinder Singh has lost count of how many times his family, including his 80 year-old-mother, had to flee home in the pa...   | Read..

Akademi boss quits

Sangeet Natak Akademi chairperson Leela Samson has resigned from the post. ...   | Read..

‘Moral cops’ get life for murder

A Kerala court has sentenced nine men to life terms for murdering a 27-year-old man after accusing him of having illicit...   | Read..

Move to lift teaching hurdle for PhDs

The University Grants Commission has sought to reverse a 2009 order that retrospectively debars PhD holders from teachin...   | Read..

Chopper deal let-off

An Italian court today sentenced former Finmeccanica chairman and CEO Giuseppe Orsi to two years in jail for falsifying invo...   | Read..

Ex-Nalco boss assets attached

A Delhi court has ordered attachment of gold bars and jewellery worth over Rs 2 crore recovered from former Nalco CMD A.K. S...   | Read..