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I will fight back, says Natwar
"The BJP is not going to decide who the Foreign Minister of India is going to be''

Distortion of history worries Amartya
"Scepticism is exactly what we have to generate before any newer understanding"

I did not receive any notice: Bhim Singh
"Taking a political donation, in whatever form, is not a crime" "A thorough investigation would have sought to ascertain why an allocation was made to him by the regime of President Hussein, and why he chose to turn down the offer."

Another alarm in Delhi
Hoax callers have a field day in the Capital... .

Iraq sought ``surcharge'' for supplying crude oil: Ram Naik
But we refused to pay anything extra, says the former minister

A successful campaign against jehadi militancy integrates a divided society
VDCs revive the centuries-old syncretic culture

BJP holds protest to seek Natwar's resignation
NEW DELHI: The Bharatiya Janata Party's State unit on Saturday held a protest demonstration in the capital demanding the resignation of Union External Affairs Minister Natwar Singh. They burnt an effigy of Congress president Sonia Gandhi in front ...

Let defect-free hearing, speech be our mission: Kalam
Instil a sense of equality and independence in the disabled

Badal points out "Punjab dimension" to oil-for-food scam
Almost all principal players linked to Punjab, says statement

Gandhian values a panacea, says Gopinathan Nair
"Mahatma said the lowest stratum has to be uplifted first. It has not been done"

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