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Stem cell stunner from doctor
A private doctor here claims to have beaten the world in exploiting stem cells harvested from human embryos to treat incurable diseases, but scientists and top government officials expressed shock. ...  | Read.. 
 
Signal to India: dump G4 for US support
The US is in favour of a smaller expansion in the UN Security Council and is willing to work with India, leaving it to New Delhi how it disengages itself from its ongoing commitment with the G4 proposal for a larger coun ...  | Read.. 
 
Poll point man who inspires poetry
Forty couplets, or “chaleesa”, dedicated to K.J. Rao, special observer of the Election Commission in Bihar, were received this week by the CEC in New Delhi, informs a sprightly but bashful Rao as he show ...  | Read.. 
 
Apart, yes; parted, not sure
Lawyers say Salem and Monica saga may not be over yet
Reports may suggest otherwise, but the Abu Salem-Monica Bedi story seems to be far from over, the arrested gangster’s lawyer said. ...  | Read.. 
 
Stem cell stunner from doctor
 
 
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SONIA GANDHI
Protest against attack
Trucks stood with deflated tyres and shopkeepers downed shutters in response to a strike called ...  | Read..
Death after ant bites
Gouri Rani Chakraborty died this morning after suffering ant bites on her left eyelid. ...  | Read..