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Army, Calcutta says thank you
The army decided on Thursday to drop its plan to hold an exhibition on the Maidan and CPM state secretary Anil Biswas turned up to inspect how well his boys had cleaned up Brigade Parade Grounds after the damage caused by last Sunday’s rally. ...  | Read.. 
 
Hang me if I am guilty: Salman
“Hang me if I am guilty,” Salman Khan pleaded in a court here while seeking early disposal of the black buck poaching cases of 1998. ...  | Read.. 
 
Left flies into ‘game theory’
The Manmohan Singh government today played the Commonwealth Games card to neutralise the Left’s opposition to plans for modernisation of Mumbai and Delhi airports. ...  | Read.. 
 
Sourav looks at opening test
As manager, Raj Singh speaks up for former skipper
Given the overnight drama, anything is possible. However, as of late this evening, Sourav Ganguly was hours away from opening for the first time in a decade of Test cricket. ...  | Read.. 
 
Soldiers reload a truck after the army dropped its plan to hold an exhibition on the Maidan. Picture by Pabitra Das
Army, Calcutta says thank you
 
 
Hang me if I am guilty

SALMAN KHAN
pleading for quick disposal of poaching cases against him
345 die in Haj tragedy
At least 345 pilgrims were crushed to death during the stoning ritual on the last day of the Haj, t ...  | Read..
Have a party, hire a state bus
Wrongs frequently committed would look right. Or so Subhas Chakraborty suggests. ...  | Read..