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Squatter VIPs face eviction
Buta Singh may stay on at Patna Raj Bhavan, but in Delhi he is going to be shown the door. ...  | Read.. 
 
Changing loyalties in Rana Pratap country
From a distance, one can spot at the village entrance the statue of Rana Pratap on horseback brandishing his sword and it instantly becomes apparent that we are in Rajputana land. ...  | Read.. 
 
Eye on flu drug local options
A government task force will examine options for local production of a drug against avian influenza and indigenous development of a vaccine, officials have said. ...  | Read.. 
 
Son-shine on excited Dravid
New captain salutes team spirit and enthusiasm
The buzz in the city is that son Samit, a fortnight old, has brought him luck. Try suggesting that to Rahul Dravid and he will dismiss it with a shrug. ...  | Read.. 
 
Idols of Goddess Kali put out in the sun at Kumartuli in Calcutta after six days of rain. Kali Puja, or the festival of lights, is a week away. Pictur ...  | Read
 
 
How can he (Buta Singh) be occupying a house here in Delhi'

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Delhi waits for Pak nod on LoC camps
The India-Pakistan diplomatic game over the debris of quake-struck villages on both sides of th ...  | Read..
Dark caution on bright day
Sunshine after six days of rain brought a smile to most faces, except of those at the Met offic ...  | Read..