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10 Questions
For no fault of hers, the actress finds herself in an unsavoury photo scandal
Cover Story
Cover Story
Laloo is finally cornered by the CBI. His rivals are poised for the kill. Can he save his gaddi?
National
Bureaucracy
Political will is required to enforce a new blueprint to make civil servants more responsive
Congress
Kesri defies EC deadline for party polls to buy time for survival
Education
A World Bank report pegs India's literacy rate at 52.2%, but other related social and economic indices give the game away
Karnataka
DGP aspirant C. Dinakar forces the ruling Janata Dal to face the ghost of the '80s torpedo scam
Kashmir
The proposed human rights commission cannot try securitymen
Maharashtra
Chief Minister Manohar Joshi's deposition before the Srikrishna panel does little to repair the Sena's damaged reputation
Bal Thackeray : "We Are Here To Do Justice"
Tamil Nadu
Bonded labour commission muffs up as NGOs fudge statistics
Tamil Nadu
DMK and TMC leaders try a patch-up. But are the cadres ready?
International
Afganistan
Despite denials, the world's tallest Buddha may be in peril
Pakistan
A wary military establishment watches as an assertive Sharif invades their power domain
Uk Elections
The New Labour under Tony Blair has new ideas on Kashmir, but Europe will dominate its foreign policy
Business
Banking
Young, successful private banks are the flavour of the month in the primary issues market
Durables
Upgraded products, price-offs, fantastic freebies elicit a frigid response; sales hit sluggish patch
Inflation
The WPI is beginning to look unreal, the only way to go is up
Profile
Infosys sets its sights high with an innovative approach
Society
Lifestyle
Given the '90s obsession with looking young, facial therapy offers non-surgical facelifts
Sports
Cricket
Badal faces charges of covering up for friends and favourites
Arts & Entertainment
Profile
Six tempestuous decades after setting out for Dresden in a silk burqa to learn dance, Zohra Sehgal retains her zest for life
Sotlight
The spectacular flop of 'Mrityudaata' is a big blow to the superstar
Amitabh Bachchan : 'I Don't Blame Anyone'
Books
Review
A welcome account of the Indo-Pak war, albeit a bit self-centred
J.N. Dixit on Surrender At Dacca Birth Of A Nation By Lt Gen J.F.R. Jacob
Opinion
Derailing a first-rate book's publication for two years is tantamount to gagging it. It is, in a way, censorship. And it is an ominous sign when it can happen to someone of Khushwant's stature.
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