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August 30, 2007
'If he is a terrorist, kill him,' says Shahid's father
The father of suspec ted terror mastermind Shahid alias Bilal in an exclusive interview.

Srinagar has changed. It's like any other Indian city now - almost
`Tonight I am doing something I have never done before: Sit by the fading Dal Lake, the taste of grilled kebab on my tongue, my mind at ease from the fear of the Kalashnikov.' Chindu Sreedharan returns to the Kashmir valley.

August 29, 2007
Why Hyderabad was attacked
Intelligence Bureau sources feel the terrorists want to create communal tension in the city, which has a large Hindu and Muslim population.

August 29, 2007
Celebrating Di
Ten years later, we remember the People’s Princess.

Sowing the seeds of peace
13 teenagers from Mumbai laid out a future of tolerance, peace and understanding.

August 28, 2007
In Hyderabad, a tale of two cities
The police investigation was shoddy. When arrests were made the local community resorted to violence, and when people with links to Pakistan were arrested they were released under political pressure.

The dossier of a terror mastermind
Every time an act of terror is committed in Hyderabad, suspicion falls on Shahid, alias Bilal alias Abdul Rehman.

August 23, 2007
Sonia in South Africa
The chairperson of the United Progressive Alliance is in South Africa to enhance political, economic and cultural relations between her country and South Africa.

Shinzo Abe's date with India's history
'We felt honoured when he told Parliament that Japan-Bengal ties go a long way, one of the reasons being Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose.'

August 22, 2007
Tribute: She was one of a kind
dear friend pays tribute to celebrated Urdu writer Qurratulain Hyder who passed into the ages on Tuesday

August 17, 2007
Analysis: Have the Left, UPA reached breaking point?
The fast-moving events of the past few days events have made one thing clear: The Left party leaders have reached the limits of their tolerance.

August 16, 2007
Chai with the President
There is a quiet dignity about her at the event that confounds and eventually impresses the diehard sceptic.

Crusader uses Internet in war against corruption
'I have now decided to take up this fight against corruption independently and want to mobilise support from like-minded persons. I also want to assist persons who have knowledge of corrupt practices but are afraid to take them further,’ says J N Jayashree.

August 14, 2007
Happy Birthday India!
A great nation turns senior citizen.

India: Rewind 200 years
Rare images from long ago.

Five decisions that changed India
K Subrahmanyam on five of the wisest strategic decisions taken by the Indian leadership.

'Now is the right time to be in India'
As India celebrates, we ask her youth to share their dreams for themselves, and for the nation.

The future of Indo-US relations
'In shaping our history for the next century, we must look ahead to greater trade between nations.' The speech that outlined the reasons for closer India-United States ties.

August 10, 2007
'Nuclear deal won't affect foreign policy'
`If anybody in the US thinks that because we have an agreement or hold joint naval exercises, we will acknowledge their determination of whom we should deal with, then they are mistaken.'

August 08, 2007
Why Yakub Memon's death sentence is surprising
Had Yakub not agreed to surrender, the CBI could not have tried any of the Memons

August 07, 2007
The strange case of Yakub Memon
A former special director of the Intelligence Bureau told "The deal that Yaqub stuck with the CBI seems to have gone sour.".

'When the water recedes, our problems will multiply'
Hundreds of families line the embankment, subsisting on the little stock of food in their possession and when that dries up, doing without.

August 06, 2007
India's Kaoboys: In the shadow of history
B Raman's book is exceptional because for the first time we get an insider's analysis of the success and failures of the secretive Indian external intelligence agency.

August 03, 2007
New India belongs to them
How four youngsters made light of poverty and proved it is no sin to dream big, even if you are poor.

A boon for the rural jobless
The employee guarantee scheme is changing lives.

August 02, 2007
If not for him, Sikkim wouldn't be a part of India
'India is yet to demonstrate that it cares for a giant who fought single-handedly against an archaic monarchy and helped India extend and secure its borders against China.'

July 30, 2007
'This was a place of tears, of suffering, of humiliation'
T P Sreenivasan on an unusual conference for the future.

July 26, 2007
Exclusive: Haneef's interrogation in Australia has in its possession a copy of the transcript of Haneef Mohammed's interrogation.

July 19, 2007
RAW book: More smoke than light
Major General V K Singh's book has raised a controversy, with unconfirmed reports saying that R&AW chief Ashok Chaturvedi has called for a ban on it.

July 18, 2007
`Unless we destroy corruption in high places'
The memorable speech made before Nehru's Freedom at Midnight speech. An exclusive excerpt from Great Speeches of Modern India.

A new offensive in India's war on AIDS
To educate every Indian abou the disease, the Indian Network for Positive People has started an all-India campaign

July 17, 2007
'Yoga is not Hinduism'
Baba Ramdev, in outspoken mode.

July 11, 2007
'Mumbai police don't have any credible evidence'
It is difficult to imagine -- or write about -- the life of parents whose children are accused of as heinous a carnage as 11/7.

This is what Jihad does
He doesn't know he has been at the hospital for a year. A year after the bomb blast in his train carriage, Amit Singh, the passionate volley ball player, continues to be unconscious.

The children of 11/7: 'Papa was the best'
Meet Beeba Joseph, 7, who lost her father in the blasts.

Blasts accused show no regret
`They show no remorse for what they did,' a member of Maharashtra's Anti-Terror Squad said.

July 6, 2007
A concert for Mother Earth
Live Earth, the 24-hour global series of concerts, kicks off on Saturday. But will it do something about global warming?

11/7. A year later, Big Brother's watching
Have the lessons from that day been learnt? decided to find out.

July 4, 2007
Ramar Sethu, a world heritage centre?
A research scholar says why the Sethusamudram canal project must be stopped and why the Ramar Sethu must be declared a world heritage site.

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