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Quake cell cocks ears for big one
Along the 2,400-km stretch of the Himalayas, geophysicist Harsh Gupta hopes to once again attempt a feat in earthquake forecasting that he had achieved in India’s Northeast two decades ago. ...  | Read.. 
 
Smartphone race hots up
Blackberry beware, the Treo is here. Following in the footsteps of rival Airtel, which launched the Blackberry smartphone a year ago, cellular service provider Hutch is bringing the Treo 650 to India. ...  | Read.. 
 
Roofless nights in rain and wind
After last weekend’s terrible battering, it’s now the slow, numbing torture of creeping winter. ...  | Read.. 
 
8000 e-mails a month' You’ve got an addiction
Lovesick teenager with text-messaging habit sets alarm bells ringing among psychologists
Addiction to sending and receiving text messages and e-mails is coming to be recognised by medical experts as a serious psychological problem, especially among the young, fol ...  | Read.. 
 
Actor Daniel Craig appears as James Bond in a publicity photograph. (Reuters)
 
 
I'm very happy, I have a new baby

MOHAMMAD MUNIR
whose wife gave birth to a girl in a relief camp in Muzaffarabad
Modi slap in master’s face
The Sangh’s fallen poster boy has shown he doesn’t need its famed poll machine ' at ...  | Read..
Havoc fine hangs over Sahara
Air Sahara could be fined heavily for letting one of its aircraft, which overshot the runway at ...  | Read..