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'Nice' Asia images sweep into US
When relief gets into full-swing in tsunami-hit Asia, when all the stranded foreign tourists from Galle to Port Blair to Bangkok are repatriated home and the Boxing Day disaster becomes a memory or a talking point in drawing rooms in the US, what will change forever is the way people in America ...  | Read.. 
 
Ministers off mikes
Stung by criticism over Kapil Sibal's public trashing of Thursday's tsunami alert sounded by the home ministry, the Manmohan Singh government is learnt to have advised mi ...  | Read.. 
 
Singh lines up tragedy meeting
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh is likely to convene an all-party meeting early next week to discuss the devastation caused by the tsunami and the relief and rehabilitation ...  | Read.. 
 
Tsunami cuts short pilgrims' progress
They had come to wash their sins. The giant waves washed them away. ...  | Read.. 
 
Top leaders for meet
World leaders, including the Prime Ministers of Australia and Japan are heading to Jakarta for a summit on the tsunami catastrophe, an event sure to pose security headach ...  | Read.. 
 
A boy carries a loaf of bread at a relief camp in Devanapatinam village in Tamil Nadu. (AFP)
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Andaman in fresh fumble with figures
The devastation apart, the administration on the ravaged Andaman and Nicobar Islands is also gr..  | Read.. 
Tsunami: A suitable name
He has an unforgettable name...  | Read.. 
 
No to aid in self-reliance bid
India's decision to refuse aid from foreign countries ...  | Read.. 

Officers opt for island duty
The Centre will fly out over a dozen bureaucrats and po ...  | Read.. 

In school yesterday, job hunting today
Children are the worst-hit victims of Sunday's tsunami stri ...  | Read..