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DELHI POLLS
Give BJP full majority, Modi to Delhiites
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New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi dubbed the AAP "back-stabbers" and asked voters in Delhi to give the BJP full majority in the Feb 7 assembly polls.Without naming the Aam Aadmi Party, Modi said: "People can make a mistake once, but not again and again. One year back, Delhi people had voted with dreams."Last year, those whom you people voted, back-stabbed you and...
DELHI POLLS
BJP moves EC against AAP's Kumar Vishwas
NUCLEAR DEAL
US rejects Pak criticism of India-US n-deal
POLITICS
'Natarajan being used by BJP ahead of Delhi polls'
Cover Story
D-DAY IS TODAY! 
India's Generation YOLO is effecting change in multiple sectors. Their 'You Only Live Once' philosophy is being reflected in food, fashion, travel and lifestyle
Present is a gift
Mom kidnapped me from school
Highs & lows
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Courage To Go Beyond
Inkblot on the face
Kunal Ghosh's letter from jail says Saradha's money played a role in making Mamata chief minister
Sold down the river
Survival distinct
No technology can match human warmth
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Health
Common pesticide may increase risk of ADHD 
Washington: Exposure to a common household pesticide may increase the risk of attention deficit hyperactivity...
Obama details initiative to cure cancer, diabetes
Ebola virus toll nearly 8,800: WHO
Men with bigger bellies last longer in sex
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Under the hammer
Can she?
Babu goes viral
Ecotrail Personal Care
GMAT please
Current Events
Step up efforts to combat terror, Ban tells Pak
Condemning the deadly bombing of a Shia mosque in Pakistan, UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has called on...
'Reputation tarnished by dirty stories'
China admits mistrust about mega Silk Road project
Jayanthi Natarajan quits Congress
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Business
Sun Pharma wins US approval to buy Ranbaxy
Washington: India's Sun Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd has won US approval to buy Ranbaxy Laboratories Ltd...
SpiceJet board to raise Rs 1,500 crore
States, urban bodies key to Smart City project: Naidu
UPA government practiced crony capitalism: Jaitley
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Sports
Serena beats Sharapova to win title
Melbourne: American star Serena Williams held off a determined Maria Sharapova of Russia to win her sixth...
Not surprised at India's ouster: Bailey
Dwayne Bravo quits Test cricket
Clarke denies rift with teammates
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CBI should question Mamata: BJP
Krishnagar(WB): BJP national secretary Siddharth Nath Singh on Saturday demanded that the CBI should question...
Centre committed to fulfil Mahatma's dream of sanitation
Ready to debate with Amit Shah: Kejriwal
Cong throws 'five question' challenge to BJP
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My Take Cast Your Vote
chef's choice  |  Hemant Oberoi
Frying the pan
They say pen is mightier than the sword, and, in most cases, it sure is true. Food critics across the globe have become extremely influential and have the capability to make or break the future of a restaurant. ...  »
freewheeling  |  Derek O'Brien
House games
While in school, my sport of choice was football. I was a goalkeeper of some reckoning in local and club-level tournaments. The only reason I made it to the school cricket team (as wicket keeper) was that my friend ...  »
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Party Snacks
Rightward ho!
Amar Singh may be a political exile, but he certainly knows how to draw attention to himself. The former...
Pincode
To the skies
It was a nawabi pastime and an exciting game. But patangbazi (kite-flying) failed to withstand the onslaught...
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