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Singh stops send-off parties
When Manmohan Singh leaves on his first foreign trip since becoming Prime Minister tomorrow, not the entire cabinet — nor even half of it — is expected to see him off. With or without bouquets. ...  | Read.. 
 
Gunshots ring out on Dal Lake
An eight-hour gun battle in a hotel on the Dal Lake — the hub of Kashmir tourism — left five CRPF men and two militants dead. ...  | Read.. 
 
Official car' Not when minister is at home
Why use official cars when you have your own' ...  | Read.. 
 
No cash & carry in Mumbai bars
Ban on throwing money at dancing girls with three-foot fence
No shower of fluttering notes — a wall will soon come up between the deewanas and their favourite dancing girls. ...  | Read.. 
 
Namaste, America: Culture swap across continentsFormer President Ronald Reagan’s son Ron Reagan ends his speech at the Democratic convention in Bost ...  | Read
 
 
He made people laugh till the end

Johnny Lever
on Mehmood
Heat on minister in Sangh shorts
The Prime Minister is under pressure to detoxify his own team — a minister has been accused of ...  | Read..
In failure, Left thinks English
Jolted by widespread failures in the Higher Secondary English paper, Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee’s ...  | Read..
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A life for a seized tractor & unpaid loan
Mansaram Kallu killed himself on Monday after the state auctioned his ...   | Read.. 
 
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Tough green law on Buddha desk
With a cry of “greener and cleaner Bengal”, the government has drawn u ...   | Read.. 
 
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New stars rise in Boston
Namaste! The unlikely late night speaker at the Democratic Nati ...   | Read.. 
 
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‘Zaheer is our best in death overs’
After an excellent day in office, so to say, Sourav Ganguly gave himse ...   | Read.. 
 
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Harass charges haunt hospital
If the sexual harassment charge levelled against Jahar Majumder, medical su ...   | Read.. 
 
Opinion More.. 
A penchant for blunders
Could the crisis in Iraq involving the Indian hostag- es have been avoided' ...   | Read.. 
 
Business More.. 
Tata Motors in top gear, zips to NYSE
Tata Motors has reported a 123 per cent jump in first-quarter profit at Rs ...   | Read.. 
 
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Fear hell, be prosperous
Economists searching for reasons why some nations are richer than others h ...   | Read..