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Red flags on graves of disowned
Tarakeshwar Lohar is to Citu what Citu at times is to chief minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee — difficult to live with but hard to part with. ...  | Read.. 
 
Reality forces cinemas to stick to Hindi reel
The Northeast film industry today decided to continue screening Hindi films despite a militant-imposed ban, but clarified that it was guided by the instinct to survive ra ...  | Read.. 
 
Doctors turn up in droves at job mela
Hundreds of doctors trooped in for walk-in interviews at recruitment camps as the three-day “appointment mela” organised by the health department kicked off in district h ...  | Read.. 
 
Peace envoys flying into palace war
Norwegians on schedule for talks, battling Lanka leaders are not
Norwegian mediators in the Sri Lanka peace talks are arriving later tonight for what was scheduled to be a preparatory meeting ahead of the negotiations between the Tamil Tig ...  | Read.. 
 
Graves of the 19 carnage victims on the bank of Birparajhora. Picture by Biplab Basak
 
 
It is quite clear to me that al Qaida wants to take down the royal family (of Saudi Arabia)

RICHARD ARMITAGE,
US deputy secretary of state
Stamp kingpin’s covert cassettes tick on Mumbai’s mighty
Tapes possibly holding the fates of many top police officers of Maharashtra and Karnataka, and even ...  | Read..
Stay on Hindu arrest warrants
The Supreme Court today stayed the arrest warrants issued by the Tamil Nadu Speaker against six ...  | Read..
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Madhumita ‘trigger-puller’ held
The CBI today arrested the second of the two suspected killers of Madh ...   | Read.. 
 
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Some students in clash, most in class
Clashes on College Street and classes in most colleges and schools — s ...   | Read.. 
 
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Al Qaida bid to topple Saudi royals: US
A US official said today the al Qaida network was trying to topple the pro ...   | Read.. 
 
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Deep in frame for one ’keeping berth
Twenty-one months after his last India appearance, in Georgetown, Deep Das ...   | Read.. 
 
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Self-scan by private hospitals
The city’s big private-sector hospitals are eyeing an even bigger share of ...   | Read.. 
 
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The forces of peace
Two processes are simultaneously underway, currently, which throw light on ...   | Read.. 
 
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New-look sensex off to a sedate start
The new-look BSE sensex gained 27 points today and appeared tantalisingly ...   | Read..