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Mass support for Naxals behind Bihar stir?

The Aurangabad SP and DM’s report said that villagers were suspected of sheltering Maoists

Visas to UN team refused

India has refused to grant visas to the United Nations team appointed by the High Commissioner for Human Rights, Navi Pillay, to probe the alleged human rights violations during the last seven years o

Chhattisgarh Naxals draft traders in supply chain

Naxals have been drafting traders of urban Chhattisgarh into their supply chains with allurement of windfall profits, intelligence sources told this newspaper on Tuesday.

FIR accused Dayanidhi Maran of criminal misconduct

The CBI on October 9, 2011 had registered a case against Dayanidhi Maran, his brother and five others over alleged irregularities in the Aircel-Maxis deal.

CBI meets Gopinath Munde daughter

The CBI has begun its probe into the fatal accident of senior BJP leader and former rural development minister Gopinath Munde in Delhi on June 3.

Scientist claims breast cancer cure

The high incidence of breast cancer is now not limited to rich countries only. In India, it is also growing at an alarming speed, ringing alarm bells for the common people and policy makers as well.

Film school likely to be converted into FTII campus

The controversial Whistling Woods International Film School situated at Filmcity could be converted into a new campus of Film and Television Institute of India (FTII).

Boy, 17, has more than 232 teeth

In a rare case that has surprised even the medical fraternity, more than 232 teeth were extracted from the mouth of a 17-year-old Buldhana boy in a seven-hour-long operation on Monday in J.J.

CBI fails to link V.K. Singh with Tatra

The CBI, which recently filed its chargesheet in the alleged bribe offer made to then Army Chief V.K. Singh, has not been able to establish any link between Lt. Gen.

Poor to get milk from temples

Thousands of litres of milk that is poured over “shivlings” by devotees during the ongoing month of “saawan” will no longer go down the drain.

Much as I am tempted to see the fuss over Ved Pratap Vaidik’s posturing as a warning against busybodies and meddlers, wholesale condemnation of what is known as Track Two diplomacy might be unfair.

There is considerable speculation about when the Planning Commission will be reconstituted and who will occupy the largest room in Yojana Bhavan.