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Since 1st March, 1999
Survey predicts higher pay rise
Pay hikes in 2002 were woeful; but for some of those who wore frowns last year, here’s better news: get set for double-digit growth this year. ...  | Read.. 
Naga talks skid and recover
The Naga talks today hit a rough patch on the issue of unification of contiguous Naga areas, a key demand of the NSCN (I-M), but diplomacy ensured that the crisis blew over. ...  | Read.. 
Soren raises blanket stink
Jharkhand Mukti Morcha president Sibu Soren broke his long spell of silence today with the suggestion that the state government construct a 100-bed hostel in the new Hotw ...  | Read.. 
ICC warms to India’s best
Panel recommends ‘provisional’ acceptance of contract
In a significant development, the International Cricket Council’s (ICC’s) World Cup contracts committee is understood to have recommended that the Indians’ conditional signi ...  | Read.. 
A man sells carpets depicting filmstars, including Sridevi, in Kabul. (AFP)
Pakistan must ensure its pledges are implemented to prevent infiltration across the Line of Control...

US ambassador to Pakistan
Soccer girls flee Bangla ‘Taliban’
Football fell victim to fundamentalism when a women’s team from India was forced to cut short i ...  | Read..
English panel told to return to blackboard
The government has rejected a sizeable portion of the report prepared by a committee on revampi ...  | Read..
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After 60 years, shame still burns
“I would rather die than talk about the shame again…. Even after 60 year ...   | Read.. 
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CM skirts salary-date pledge
Nearly 12,000 teachers of state-aided colleges across West Bengal will ...   | Read.. 
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US isolated after key powers oppose war
Washington looked increasingly isolated in its stance towards Iraq today a ...   | Read.. 
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Serena battles past blisters and Clijsters
Conventional wisdom insisted that only another member of her household ...   | Read.. 
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Airport high route hits twin-hump hurdle
The state public works department (PWD) is paving the path for another traf ...   | Read.. 
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An intriguing fixation
After nearly six decades, the United Nations experiment is coming to an ing ...   | Read.. 
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Tatas, govt set up fresh duel
The Tatas and the government are squaring off for another battle at Vi ...   | Read.. 
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Mel & crew carry cross
With the star spending 15 days on a cross getting right his scene at C ...   | Read..