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The poem that touched Hillary
NEW DELHI: Anasuya Sengupta, an alumna of Lady Shri Ram (LSR) College for Women, became a celebrity of sorts on the Delhi University campus here on Monday morning. Everyone wanted to catch a glimpse of the young woman who found a ...

Advani criticises India-Pakistan statement
It tries to disrupt consensus on terrorism, he tells Hillary

Hillary speaks up for women
NEW DELHI: United States Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Monday asserted that women were key to economic progress and countries would never realise their potential if half of their workforce were not given employment, education and ...

Mayawati must quit: Rita Bahuguna
LUCKNOW: Uttar Pradesh Congress Committee president Rita Bahuguna Joshi has demanded the resignation of Chief Minister Mayawati on “moral grounds” for what she called the government’s complicity in the July 15 arson at her ...

Amar Singh threatens to withdraw support
NEW DELHI: Samajwadi Party general secretary Amar Singh on Monday threatened to withdraw support to the Congress-led government at the Centre, charging that it publicly said it did not require the SP’s support. Addressing ...

Shopian case: narco test stayed
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Monday stayed the Jammu and Kashmir High Court’s direction to conduct narco-analysis test on the two police officers arrested in connection with the alleged rape and murder of Neelofar Jan and Aasiya Jan ...

Can rape-pregnancy be ended without consent of retarded girl?
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court will decide on Tuesday whether the pregnancy of a mentally retarded girl caused by rape could be terminated against her express consent. The 18-year-old is staying in a home for the mentally challenged in ...

Monsoon situation quite serious, says Pawar
Announces reduction of interest rate on crop loans

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