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Battle against virus and panic
As the Bengal government began a damage-control exercise to check the wave of panic triggered by the state’s first confirmed SARS case, a second suspect — with “unmistakable” symptoms — landed at the airport today. Jamil Ahmed of Watgunj, returning from Hong Kong and Bangladesh, was detected ill at ...  | Read.. 
 
Report ready, temple claims fly faster
With the Archaeological Survey of India finalising its mid-term excavation report to be submitted to Allahabad High Court tomorrow, the votaries of temple and mosque are already squabbling to lay claim to the evidence an ...  | Read.. 
 
Risk of no aircraft carrier in 2007
The worst fears of India’s admirals may come true in the not so distant future: They may have to do without a fully-operational aircraft carrier for some time after 2007. ...  | Read.. 
 
Aziz: credentials of an American mole
Rumour flies thick and fast after surrender of the deputy Prime Minister Saddam Hussein never trusted
Saddam Hussein’s security chiefs placed members of Tariq Aziz’s family under arrest shortly before the start of the war to make sure that the former Iraqi deputy Prime Minist ...  | Read.. 
 
A patient with a mask at the AMRI hospital. Picture by Amit Datta
 
 
This is the kind of carelessness that could make tackling a contagious disease that much more difficult

A MUMBAI DOCTOR
on premature discharge of a patient
Afghan piece in Kashmir
As US deputy secretary of state Richard Armitage prepares to leave for India, Pakistan and Afgh ...  | Read..
All that you should know about SARS
Frequently asked questions about SARS and answers from health experts...  | Read..
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Sugarcane unites bitter UP allies
Sugarcane appeared to have sweetened the somewhat bitter relations of ...   | Read.. 
 
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Basu steps into rural ring
Standing against the backcloth of growing political clashes in the run ...   | Read.. 
 
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‘Olonga an icon in Zimbabwe’
Retired Zimbabwe international Andy Flower has paid tribute to his for ...   | Read.. 
 
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Salvage scurry in SARS shadow
Could Asitabha Purakayastha have passed on the Severe Acute Respiratory Syn ...   | Read.. 
 
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In currency
The author is former governor, Reserve Bank of India ...   | Read.. 
 
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Cutting edge to Lever strategy
In a bold strategy to rev up its flagging sales machine, Hindustan Lever h ...   | Read.. 
 
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Love or no love, you are as happy as you wish
Does your date/partner/spouse make you miserable' Meet Richard Lucas. ...   | Read..