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Congress trashes Wiki leak on Rajiv

The Congress on Monday dismissed as baseless and unfounded the claims in the latest tranche of US cables made public by WikiLeaks that former PM Rajiv Gandhi may have been a middleman for an arms deal in 1970s even as the BJP asked the government to come clean. HT reports. WikiLeaks' latest

Mr Fixit vs Mr Dreamer

By giving voters an unprecedented choice, the battle between Narendra Modi's rhetoric and Rahul Gandhi's optimism points to a maturing of our democracy. Sagarika Ghose writes.

Vibrant Gujarat? Half of state is battling drought

While Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi is busy selling his development model across the country, at home, thousands are walking miles under the scorching sun to get water to drink. Mahesh Langa reports.

Cong’s 2014 paper spells out Rahul Gandhi’s rise

In the clearest signal yet of Rahul Gandhi’s emerging primacy in the Congress, the draft party strategy paper on the 2014 election says that the party will proclaim his “leadership” in the run-up to the poll. Saubhadra Chatterji reports. 'Agenda 2014'

Delhi court reopens 1984 riots case against Tytler

A Delhi court on Wednesday set aside a CBI closure report clearing Congress leader Jagdish Tytler in a 1984 anti-Sikh riots case and ordered further investigation against him. HT reports. Case against Tytler re-opened video

Top 20 Bollywood classics that should not be remade

After Vidya Balan's remark on Mother India, the debate about remakes is the talk of the town. We bring you top 20 Bollywood classics that should not be remade. Do you agree?

Cong embraces online arsenal to hit back at BJP

After consistently lagging its main rival in the digital battleground, the Congress is fighting back with a vengeance. HT reports.
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