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Biscuit Girl, who are you' Why, it is little Komalavathi with a whisper of a smile
She can still light up the world around her, a year after the tsunami. If she is in the mood. ...  | Read.. 
 
In a shell a year after
Meghna Rajasekhar’s teachers say she has a head for languages. Looking at her, you wouldn’t know it. The Class X girl hardly speaks. ...  | Read.. 
 
BJP: From five-star to open bath
The BJP starts its silver jubilee session tomorrow amid speculation about whether the party’s national council would endorse its next president Rajnath Singh’s candidature during the session. ...  | Read.. 
 
Fuzzy logic to fog rescue
Scientists work on forecast plan that could reduce chaos
Nerves were near snapping-point this morning at Delhi airport, fogged out since last night and unable to operate any flight for hours. From ministers to stars to common peopl ...  | Read.. 
 
Biscuit Girl, who are you' Why, it is little Komalavathi with a whisper of a smile
 
 
Cutting cakes does not fit into the Indian culture. That is why we are cutting the (81-kg) laddoo

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Malda workers die building Delhi mall
Eleven labourers from Malda, working 50 feet below ground level, were buried alive when a mound ...  | Read..