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COVER STORY: TELEVISION
Sensational. Shocking. Tabloid. Exclusive. Tamasha News

In their drive to cater to new viewing preferences, news channels have redefined news and transformed lives. For better or worse. Sensational. Shocking. Tabloid. Exclusive.

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JUSTICE ELUDES

Nearly 22 years after the Bhopal gas disaster struck, critical aspects of the case are yet to be resolved. India Today's Ambreesh Mishra reports.

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NATION: POLITICS OF CONFRONTATION

Getting Personal

As the war of words between the Government and the Opposition becomes less politic, the BJP finds a new target in Prime Minister Manmohan Singh who has already learned to retort

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NATION: THE INDO-US NUKE DEAL

Why We Should Go Ahead

Despite criticism from the Right and the Left over its provisions, the pact is the best India can get if Washington sorts out the contentious clauses

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GUEST COLUMN: K. SUBRAHMANYAM

Ending the Isolation

Washington is only spearheading a global effort to free India from technological apartheid

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STATES: MAHARASHTRA

Withering Away

Defections, election losses and a weakening Shiv Sena-BJP alliance hasten the decline of the saffron brigade

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STATES: JHARKHAND

Deep Waters

A student's mysterious death triggers a political storm and puts Lalu on the defensive

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BUSINESS & ECONOMY: FOREIGN REMITTANCES

For Home, A Fistful Of Dollars

With Indians working overseas sending money back home, forex inflow is rapidly increasing. While this will help the country cope with its trade deficit, can such remittances actually aid development?

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SMARTS MONEY: MY MONEY

Dancing On Safe Ground

Property is high on actors' investment planner. They shy from the volatile stock market, but consider mutual funds safe enough to park their hard-earned money. Art is a new option while PPF, FDs and insurance policies stay put firmly.

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SPORTS: HOCKEY

Outclassed, Outrun

It was Indian hockey's lowest low. For the first time in 48 years, the team failed to make it to the semi-finals of the Asian Games in Doha. INDIA TODAY asked legends and leading experts why the national game has come to a sorry pass.

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SOCIETY & THE ARTS: BOOKS

Sales Pitch

An enjoyable tale of a sassy girl's race up the corporate ladder

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NATION: AFZAL EXECUTION

Hanging in the Middle

As the nation remembers the brave soldiers who laid down their lives protecting Parliament from a terrorist attack, the death penalty of main accused Afzal becomes a volatile issue

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GUEST COLUMN: YASHWANT SINHA

Against National Interest

The US has treated with contempt Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's assurances to Parliament

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STATES: KERALA

Internal Injury

The LDF Government stumbles from crisis to crisis as the battle between the chief minister and his party rivals intensifies

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STATES: WEST BENGAL

Investment Speedbreaker

The high-decibel protests against the allocation of land to the Tata plant, which will produce the Rs 1-lakh car, threaten to ruin the state's recently acquired image of being investment-friendly

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STATE WATCH: TAMIL NADU

Southern Express

The state that witnessed a growth rate of 6.3 per cent during the 1990s can today boast of a literacy rate of 73.4 per cent and an ever-increasing pool of skilled professionals. IT and ites, hardware and real estate are key sectors wooing big ticket investors in to Tamil Nadu.

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SMART MONEY: MUTUAL FUNDS

Life After 14k Surviving The Ride

As markets turn volatile, the retail investor's dilemma has never been worse. Even if you are a firm believer in the India story, it's time to invest smartly in equities that can protect you from the downside.

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ENVIRONMENT: NILGIRI TAHR

The Grassland's Great Hope

A public-private partnership and initiatives by local people have helped conserve the Nilgiri tahr

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SOCIETY & THE ARTS: BOOKS

Divisional Managers

Wolpert makes idiosyncratic judgements on Gandhi and Jinnah but fails to capture the process of Partition

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SOCIETY & THE ARTS: CAREER WOMEN

Mate Value

Global research suggests that women, careers and marriage do not mix. But closer home, the lives of super-achievers tell a different story.

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