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Strike-free IT in Buddha’s reach
Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee has all but sealed victory in his battle with the CPM’s labour arm, Citu, over making information technology free from strikes. ...  | Read.. 
 
Sin City celebrates ton with taste of India
If you have a lakh to spare for five days of pleasure at the world’s gambling capital, take the flight to Las Vegas next month. Only, once there, head for the dining table rather than the roulette table, and satisfa ...  | Read.. 
 
Bond, James to cultures
For a pop culture expert committed to better communication worldwide, it was a startling mistake. Ten years ago, Umberto Eco had described the mobile phone as a symbol of social inferiority that would not find wide accep ...  | Read.. 
 
South Asian roasts beef for Brits
Who said Fish and Chips is a joke' asks owner of new restaurant
This might come across as a little cheeky but a South Asian, Iqbal Wahhab, 41, has just opened a new restaurant called Roast in southeast London with the aim of educating the ...  | Read.. 
 
Cancun to Calcutta: Hurricane Wilma wrecked resorts and flooded streets in Mexico's Cancun while marathon rain forced children to fetch drinking water ...  | Read
 
 
I don't want to talk about my own performance

SOURAV GANGULY
on returning after the Duleep Trophy match
Rape relief, within weeks
Within weeks of a rape, the government will hand the victim an interim relief of Rs 20,000 and ...  | Read..
Trough of low pressure shifting
Nagging rain drummed on the frayed nerves of a city denied sunshine for the fifth day running a ...  | Read..