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Unfair to compare Manmohan with Vajpayee, at best it could be with Gujral

Who could have thought that an uninspiring public persona like Manmohan Singh could have provoked a book that is on track to be the largest selling hardback non-fiction in India lately? For many who had assumed that Manmohan Singh was just a political lightweight happily compromising his sound grasp of economics so that he could satisfy Sonia Gandhi's populist agenda, the most surprising revelation of Sanjay Baru's 'The Accidental Prime Minister: The Making and Unmaking of Manmohan Singh' is the

Thursday thunder at polling booths

NATION | India is going to witness ‘high-voltage’ poll in 117 constituencies in 11 states and one union territory on Thursday. Heavyweight political leaders of the BJP, the Congress, the Shiv Sena, the AITMC, the NCP, the AIADMK and the DMK will elbow each other to gain ‘comfortable’ seats for post-poll ‘arithmetic’. There are more than 18 crore voters and 2,076 candidates including 37 from Congress and 24 from BJP in all the 117 constituencies.

St Xavier’s principal slams Guj model in email to students

NATION | The principal of St Xavier’s College here has courted a controversy after sending an advisory to his students which is critical of Narendra Modi’s ‘Gujarat Model’ of development. Talking to reporters, principal Father Frazer Mascarenhas, however, defended his action, saying his note was not against any specific individual or party.

NOIDA benefits Jaya by cancelling plot ownership

DELHI | In a politically significant move, New Okhla Industrial Authority (NOIDA) has cancelled the ownership of a plot purchased by Rajya Sabha MP Jaya Bachchan as she allegedly did not turn up to complete the lease deed of the property. The cancellation is being seen as an escape route for Bachchan as she was not eligible for the plot.


No stopping Maxwell, KXIP post third victory
Riding on an imposing total of 193/6, Kings XI Punjab scripted their third victory on the trot by beating Sunrises Hyderabad by 73 runs in IPL-7 on Tuesday. Chasing the target, Hyderabad were folded for 121 in 19.2 overs with Laxmipathy Balaji scalping 4/13 for the winners
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IM tying the knot with Naxals now?
Inspired by the Naxal style of functioning and facing acute shortage of arms and ammunition, Indian Mujahideen (IM) operatives have gone to Naxal groups seeking help for logistics, sources told Millennium Post.
Heart of the Matter

Roopsha Dasguupta answers your relationship queries

‘Just warm up with your love'


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Need to pep up investment

Basharat Peer
Being muslim under Narendra Modi

Garga Chatterjee
Brown sahibs of world-class India

Ajay Singh
Rajnath’s rivals surrender before the battle

Amulya Ganguli
Instability leads to fresh elections


Power of seven

Head over to this unique exhibition that brings together seven art galleries to the Capital with their best works

Rani Mukerji is Mrs Aditya Chopra

‘Every story has to be retold’

‘Every story has to be retold’
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Annihilation of Caste

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