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Brisk polling in Varanasi, row over Congress candidate
Varanasi: Tens of thousands Monday voted in brisk polling in Varanasi, where AAP leader Arvind Kejriwal said his fight was only against BJP's Narendra Modi and where the Congress candidate triggered a row by entering a polling booth with his party symbol pinned to his kurta.With around 1.6 million voters, Varanasi went to polls in the last round of the 10-phase Lok Sabha election in the country....
New report on missing Malaysian jet to be submitted
Kuala Lumpur: A new joint report on the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 is being prepared to be given...
Mullaperiyar case: All-party meeting to be held today
Thiruvananthapuram: An all-party meeting, called by Chief Minister Oommen Chandyto discuss the future...
Final phase of polls: Modi seeks personal triumph
Varanasi: BJP's Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi seeks a personal mandate in Varanasi as the mandate...
EU to discuss further sanctions on Russia
Moscow: A discussion of the east Ukraine referendum held Sunday and imposition of further sanctions on Russia...
4 Al Qaeda suspects killed in US drone attack
EC raids BJP's Varanasi office, backs off soon
Modi run by 'RSS remote control', says Cong
Hundreds protest in Ghana for Nigerian girls
Suicide in Mukkola: Four of money lending racket arrested
Smith, Faulkner steal the show from Yuvraj's blitzkrieg
Forced intercourse in marriage not rape: Delhi court
Nasri and Kompany fire Man City to EPL title
Braving heat, Bihar votes in large numbers
Heavy polling in Bengal amid violence
File FIR against Ajay Rai: EC to Varanasi authorities
Mullaperiyar case: Justice Thomas backs SC verdict
AAP leader says open to Third Front, party says no
DMK wants ban on jallikattu removed
Seven commandos die in Maoist attack in Maharashtra
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Let's be fair on fare
In the 1890s, my mother’s grandfather joined the Bengal Nagpur Railway. For my family, this began a four-generation association with the railways. He rose to become an assistant engineer, working in the area ...  
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Quietly brilliant
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