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EPF returns intact in poll push & pull
Succumbing to political compulsions, the Centre today decided to continue paying out 9.5 per cent return on workers’ investments in the Employees Provident Fund, the country’s largest pension fund. ...  | Read.. 
 
Bloodspill in tea garden
One person was killed in police firing at Sapoi tea estate in Sonitpur district today following an attempt to arrest those involved in the murder of two of the garden’s s ...  | Read.. 
 
Explosive haul near exam rage site
Police have seized 2,500 detonators from the 10-Mile area near Hulhundu, which witnessed largescale violence during the primary teachers’ recruitment test on May 27. ...  | Read.. 
 
Atal recipe for ‘Asian’ century
PM suggests stronger cooperation between India and China
The twenty-first century could truly become “an Asian century” if India and China, which account for one-third of humanity, strengthened their cooperation, Prime Minister A ...  | Read.. 
 
Huff, no puff: Raveena Tandon runs to mark World No Tobacco Day in Mumbai. (Reuters)
 
 
We are open to working with secular parties to defeat communal forces

SONIA GANDHI
Hospital facelift flurry for Sushma
For the past month, the garbage heap near the isolation ward at Beliaghata’s Infectious Diseas ...  | Read..
Sonia signals Mulayam
The Congress is ready to form a national alliance to take on the BJP-led coalition ahead of the ...  | Read..
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Build-up in Advani Babri case
The CBI today filed a supplementary chargesheet against deputy Prime M ...   | Read.. 
 
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No teachers in panchayats
The CPM today announced that teachers as well as contractors would be ...   | Read.. 
 
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Bush in softer Europe tone
A conciliatory US President George W. Bush flew into Russia today to face ...   | Read.. 
 
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India dismiss Pak
India registered a 2-0 victory against Pakistan in their last league match ...   | Read.. 
 
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Savarkar’s trap
The author is professor of philosophy and of law and governance, Jawaharla ...   | Read.. 
 
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Govt ready to exit Maruti
The government plans to sell its rump holding in carmaker Maruti Udyog wit ...   | Read..