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The co-pilot suspected of deliberately crashing a passenger plane in the French Alps told his girlfriend he was in psychiatric treatment, and that he was planning a spectacular gesture that everyone
Yogendra Yadav and Prashant Bhushan, two founder-members of the Aam Aadmi Party who had challenged Arvind Kejriwal\'s leadership, were on Saturday removed from the party\'s powerful National Executive.
Pluralist pitch earns boos  (28 March 03:46 am) 
A senior official from a premier historical research organisation was today heckled at an event when he evoked India\'s pluralism to counter an American scholar\'s contention that the idea of India is
The other side of the fortified door  (28 March 03:46 am) 
All it takes is the flick of a small lever on the central pilot\'s console of an Airbus A320 to lock the armoured door of the flight deck to all-comers. Investigators now want to know how that happened
'Last message' before officer death  (28 March 03:46 am) 
Hours before Bangalore IAS officer D.K. Ravi was found dead, a WhatsApp text sent from his mobile to a female batch-mate said \"I think this is the last message from me\", according to a transcript.
Vajpayee gets ratna  (28 March 03:46 am) 
Former Prime Minister and stellar parliamentarian Atal Bihari Vajpayee was conferred the Bharat Ratna at an extraordinary ceremony this afternoon.
Land brings back tigress  (28 March 03:46 am) 
Sonia Gandhi today made an unusually strong attack on the Modi regime, accusing it of distorting facts to mislead the nation on the land acquisition law and declaring that the Congress would not allow
Pigeon has cops in a flutter  (28 March 03:46 am) 
A chip on a leg, a ring on the other and a blue scrawl on its white wing - Gujarat police are in a flap over the curious case of a fearless pigeon and have begun a probe.
Decks cleared for ordinance  (28 March 03:46 am) 
The Centre today decided to prorogue the Rajya Sabha with immediate effect, which will allow it to re-promulgate the land acquisition ordinance.
Indian civil aviation rules mandate that a pilot cannot be left alone in the cockpit.
Not drunk, nor driving: Salman  (28 March 03:46 am) 
Salman Khan began his day in court today with a plea and ended with a slew of denials.
Evacuation dilemma for India  (28 March 03:46 am) 
The logistics of evacuating Indians from Yemen is proving confusing.
Sting catches Kejriwal cuss words  (28 March 03:46 am) 
A sting operation that caught Arvind Kejriwal mouthing foul words today spiced up daylong factional tussles in the Aam Aadmi Party as it braced for a stormy national council meeting tomorrow and a
Yemen 'unwilling' test  (28 March 03:46 am) 
Diplomat Dilbag Singh\'s cellphone has rung nearly 200 times every day this past week in Sana\'a, with anxious calls from families of Indian nurses and workers desperate to return from war-torn Yemen.
Than Shwe appears in public  (28 March 02:51 am) 
Myanmar\'s reclusive former military dictator, Than Shwe, appears to have surfaced in public for the first time in almost four years in a photograph on Facebook showing him being taught to use an iPad
Jets attack Houthi fighters in Sanaa  (28 March 02:51 am) 
Yemen\'s beleagured government said Saudi-led airstrikes against its Houthi militia opponents would not last long on the second day of a mainly Gulf Arab campaign against the Iranian-allied militia
Students who have failed to score first-class marks in MA Bengali third-semester exams will not be allowed a mass review of their papers, Calcutta University said on Friday.
Zoo debut for rhino  (28 March 02:50 am) 
Jaldaprasad, a rhinoceros calf rescued from a forest in north Bengal and brought to Alipore zoo in November last year, made its first public appearance on Friday.
Hungry tide thrashes jetty  (28 March 02:50 am) 
A 13ft high tidal bore triggered by a rare confluence of celestial phenomena sunk a jetty and overturned boats anchored on the Hooghly while the rest of the city was either sleeping or partying last
HS council admits error in maths paper  (28 March 02:50 am) 
The Higher Secondary council on Friday admitted to a \"printing mistake\" in one of the 10 multiple-choice questions (MCQ) in the maths paper held on Wednesday.
Crusader who bleeds blue & white  (28 March 02:50 am) 
A Calcuttan was bleeding blue-and-white even as the entire country was bleeding blue on Thursday.
VC hunt begins at Jadavpur University  (28 March 02:50 am) 
Jadavpur University is looking for a vice-chancellor.
Nitish nudge to merger  (28 March 02:50 am) 
Chief minister Nitish Kumar has emphasised upon his \"socialist biradari\" - Mulayam Singh Yadav and Lalu Prasad - the need to fast track their merger in view of the approaching Bihar Assembly polls.
Meghalaya mourns Kyndiah death  (28 March 02:50 am) 
Former Union minister and veteran Congress politician Paty Ripple Kyndiah passed away here late last night.
Airport stinkpot  (28 March 02:50 am) 
A Delhi airport immigration officer has been suspended on a woman passenger\'s complaint of sexual harassment, but only after the home ministry intervened following immigration authorities\' poor