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Since 1st March, 1999
Atal matches Pervez, blast for blast
With the world adopting India’s long-standing agenda of the fight against terrorism, Atal Bihari Vajpayee today asked the General Assembly to take the next logical step: use the instruments of the UN to act against “states known to be sponsoring, sheltering, funding, armi ...  | Read.. 
Parents recount hospital horror
The strongest indictment of the state of affairs at B.C. Roy Memorial Hospital for Children, where 14 babies died on the first two days of this month, came today as paren ...  | Read.. 
BLT leaders meet Advani
A two-member delegation of the Bodo Liberation Tigers (BLT) met deputy Prime Minister L.K. Advani to discuss the ongoing process for the creation of the Bodo Territorial Coun ...  | Read.. 
Marandi govt on excise high
The Babulal Marandi government today unveiled a draft excise policy that focuses on raising as much as revenue as possible and glosses over a debate on prohibition as wel ...  | Read.. 
Floating palace, sinking feeling
Houseboat owners yearn for peace, not polls
Houseboat Ruby, ...  | Read.. 
Police escort Manisha Koirala as she tries to avoid the media on her way to meet an I&B official in New Delhi. (Reuters)
Those who had to adjust voting and counting procedures to win a referendum... are ill-placed to lecture others on freedom and democracy

Madhyamik boss to quit
Within hours of Left Front chairman Biman Bose holding the president of the West Bengal Board of Se ...  | Read..
Full house at theatre of grotesque
As the tracks reopened today after Monday night’s Rajdhani Express disaster, the first passenger tr ...  | Read..
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Focus on cow, caste at Modi’s next stop
Narendra Modi may be short on substance but not on symbolism. ...   | Read.. 
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Doctor arrested after delivery death
Itahar block medical officer of health Dipankar Pal was arrested today ...   | Read.. 
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Bush, Iraq raise stakes in high-risk standoff
Iraq flatly rejected US President George W. Bush’s demand for a swift and ...   | Read.. 
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Tired Indians not taking Zimbabwe lightly
Just four days after ending a strenuous tour of England, India start t ...   | Read.. 
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Long wait for rail damages
First the wait for news, then the wait for the body bags and the bleeding, ...   | Read.. 
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The lone ranger
The author is professor of philosophy, law and governance, Jawaharlal Nehru ...   | Read.. 
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Deep divide on drought impact
Will late rains still leave them parched' Or will it soak up their mis ...   | Read..