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PF hit at political high risk
The government today cut the interest rate on employees’ provident fund from 9.5 to 8.5 per cent, signalling that it would not balk at taking tough decisions even at the risk of incurring the wrath of allies and dropping some notches on the popularity chart. ...  | Read.. 
 
PM not keen on wielding broom
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh may not be in favour of having committed ideologues in key positions in the government but he is against a witch-hunt, sources close to him said against the backdrop of Arjun Singh’s appeal ...  | Read.. 
 
Chefs dish out feast control
Problem with guest control' How about dish control' ...  | Read.. 
 
Asian women cringe at Faria fallout
Revelations spark debate on culture conflicts and changing attitudes
Asian women are starting to worry about the consequences of the Faria Alam affair following weekend revelations about the sexual exploits of the 38-year-old Bangladeshi secre ...  | Read.. 
 
PF hit at political high risk
 
 
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CPM
on the PF rate cut
Dispur security SOS to Delhi
A day after the Ulfa targeted two major power installations in the chief minister’s constituency, A ...  | Read..
Left out, unions ready ritual
Foreign investment first, provident fund next. ...  | Read..
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Second coming for Kargil prisoners
For Lance Naik Jagsir Singh and Sapper Mohammed Arif, it was like an u ...   | Read.. 
 
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Eye on OBC quota in colleges
General category students in medical, engineering, management and othe ...   | Read.. 
 
International More.. 
Nuke plant horror on Nagasaki day
A leak of high-pressure steam at a Japanese nuclear power plant killed fou ...   | Read.. 
 
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Abbasi back in frame
Eight-and-quarter years after quitting the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB ...   | Read.. 
 
Calcutta More.. 
Airport signals take-off time
After a lengthy hold-up, Calcutta airport is finally ...   | Read.. 
 
Opinion More.. 
Rural Bengal’s puzzle
There is a long-standing belief in West Bengal that agrarian ...   | Read.. 
 
Business More.. 
Shaw Wallace, Mallya uncork surprise truce
Vijay Mallya has finally buried the hatchet with his old bete noire — the ...   | Read.. 
 
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Star turn for Tom Hanks’ terminal tramp
Alfred Merhan has lived quietly on a bench inside Paris’ Charles de Gaull ...   | Read..