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Since 1st March, 1999
Science in state of disarray
India doesnít have enough good science teachers and science students make up the largest chunk of jobless post-graduates, a report released today by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said. ...  | Read.. 
Stench brings to light Kalighat killing
Vinod Burman was looking forward to the day he would move into the house. Instead, his body was dug out of a pit in the compound tonight. ...  | Read.. 
Sanjeevani' Maybe, maybe not: Experts
Scientists investigating what they believe is the mythical Sanjeevani herb mentioned in the epic Ramayana have discovered that it can protect living cells from the lethal effects of heat and biological stress. ...  | Read.. 
Chappell chin up, Sourav sees reality
Captain admits no one can save him if he does not score runs
Greg Chappell has become incommunicado, but he isnít planning to pack his bags. ...  | Read.. 
N.R. Narayana Murthy receives a painting from Indian Institute of Cerebral Palsy student Jhilik Shaw at The Telegraph School Awards on Wednesday. Picture by Pabitra Das
Dream money canít buy
At the moment it doesn't look like they would go on holiday together

John Wright
Infosys likes what it sees
Sorry for the delay, even if it was just two and a half minutes. ...  | Read..
Dream money canít buy
Being the freak show at the para circus is Jagannath Beraís part-time job. His fath ...  | Read..