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Monday , February 6 , 2017
 
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2 heads in home of tomb killer

Skeletons and bones were dug out of a Raipur house that Udayan Das, accused of murdering his partner and Bankura girl Akansha Sharma and entombing her, had mentioned as his parents' residence.   | Read..
 

Shudder over Bankura visit

Akansha's parents Shivendra and Shashibala Sharma today demanded the death penalty for Udayan and "shuddered" while recalling a visit by him to their home here in...   | Read..
 

'SCAM' tag lobbed back at Modi

Rahul Gandhi and Akhilesh Yadav today redefined SCAM, the acronym coined by Narendra Modi yesterday and pinned on his rivals.   | Read..
 

PhD entry rule defence

Union HRD minister Prakash Javadekar today defended controversial regulations that require universities to admit research students entirely on the basis of interviews,...   | Read..
 

Test outsource signal to IITs

The Centre today said IITs may have to outsource their entrance tests to a proposed testing body although directors of some of the technology schools have preferred...   | Read..
 

Rishi 'rocky' trip on Chouhan turf

Actor Rishi Kapoor had a rocky short trip to Madhya Pradesh, first having to go without his checked-in bag and later being heckled by a mob over his earlier tweets on...   | Read..
 

Pushed by husband, aide awaits coronation

For a nation used to sons, daughters and grandchildren inheriting political leadership by way of bloodline, Sasikala represents a totally new dimension. She is set to...   | Read..
 

Security rap on airline

Budget airline IndiGo's aviation security training centre's licence has been suspended because of lapses in its examination system, with the same set of question papers...   | Read..
 

Judge manual decision soon

The Supreme Court collegium is likely to take a final call in the coming week on the memorandum of procedure, a manual on judicial appointments and transfers that has run...   | Read..
 

If you don't vote, don't crib: SC

If you don't vote, you have "no right" to question or blame the government, the Supreme Court has said.   | Read..
 

Not 'lone wolves' after all: Indian plot shows how IS guides attacks from afar

When the Islamic State identified a promising young recruit willing to carry out an attack in Hyderabad, the group made sure to arrange everything down to the bullets he...   | Read..
 
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