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Since 1st March, 1999
Baghdad writhes in enemy embrace
An American military plane landed at Baghdad airport today as bombs and artillery crashed around the Iraqi capital which US forces said had almost been encircled. ...  | Read.. 
Father’s wrath singes Advani
Lal Krishna Advani spoke up for “justice” belatedly, but was swept away in the torrent of raging grief of slain BJP leader Haren Pandya’s father, Vithalbhai. ...  | Read.. 
Delhi airport fever fight minus masks
Contrary to images from airports in other countries that show workers and travellers wearing masks to contain the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS), no apparent preparations to prevent the spread of the lethal vir ...  | Read.. 
Govt-in-waiting can’t wait
American nominee in a hurry to move into Iraq
They camp at the Hilton in Kuwait, rarely publicise their presence and the security at the beach resort on the Persian Gulf here discourages wanderers and tourists. The nucle ...  | Read.. 
A statue of Iraqi President Saddam Hussein on the outskirts of Basra before it was pulled down by British forces on Saturday. (Reuters)
This is a really bad own goal by the Americans

on the friendly-fire disaster in northern Iraq
Enough!no more Salman for Ash
Aishwarya Rai ended even her professional relations with Salman Khan by declaring she would “not wo ...  | Read..
Muslim leaders show the way out of airport’s mosque dilemma
A solution to the problem of a mosque next to the tarmac of the airport here and one outside has co ...  | Read..
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Gene swap clue to mystery malady
Two viruses may have swapped genes and produced the mystery virus that ...   | Read.. 
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Buddha’s healing touch, before polls
In life, 20-year-old Jahanara Khatun was left to fight for her honour ...   | Read.. 
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Mesopotamian treasures get extreme care
To many in the Arab world, the speed with which the American invasion ...   | Read.. 
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Sourav to make trip in ‘larger interest’
Despite being far from fit, Sourav Ganguly will be heading for Dhaka in th ...   | Read.. 
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Hindi high as study medium
Mind your language is the message going out from large sections of central ...   | Read.. 
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Looking beyond Iraq
The author is former director general, National Council for Applied Econo ...   | Read.. 
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Staff nudged to join Burn Standard fray
The Burn Standard management has, on instructions from the government, ...   | Read..