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Plunder of past in new Iraq
Looters sacked Baghdad’s antiquities museum, plundering treasures dating back thousands of years to the dawn of civilisation in Mesopotamia as American troops struggled to restore order. ...  | Read.. 
 
Delhi promises funds for police
Union minister of state for home I.D. Swami today promised to increase the Centre’s share in modernisation of the Assam Police during a whirlwind visit to Silchar to take ...  | Read.. 
 
Surrender
Saddam Hussein’s top scientific adviser, one of the 55 people on America’s most wanted list of Iraqi leaders, has surrendered to US forces, German public TV station ZDF repor ...  | Read.. 
 
Privacy battle bares ‘public property’
British daily digs up pictures of keen-on-exposure Zeta-Jones
A newspaper in Britain has published raunchy pictures of Oscar-winning actress Catherine Zeta-Jones to drive home the point that once upon a time, she would do almost anyth ...  | Read.. 
 
man with the golden gun: A US soldier holds a golden Kalashnikov engraved with an Arabic sentence that says “a gift from Iraqi President Saddam Hussein”. The Kalashnikov was found in a house near Saddam’s main palace in Baghdad. (AFP)
 
 
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US points Libya finger at Delhi
As America turns its attention to other countries with weapons of mass destruction (WMD) in the ...  | Read..
Alimony hope for second wife
A Central government note has recommended that a woman tricked into tying the knot by an alread ...  | Read..
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Virus scare keeps envoys out of China
The foreign ministry appears to be facing difficulties in posting dipl ...   | Read.. 
 
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IT guru to guide Buddha programme
The B-team from Bengal bagged the best brain today to give shape to th ...   | Read.. 
 
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US troops move into lawless Mosul
US troops moved into Mosul today in the first significant American deploym ...   | Read.. 
 
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Mishra set for maiden cap
Adopting a horses-for-courses policy, the Team India thinktank has dec ...   | Read.. 
 
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Sticks, stones and names
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Respite for FI nominee directors
The nominee directors of public financial institutions (PFIs) like the ...   | Read..