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Army protects itself religiously
Fearing that the veil over one of its closely guarded secrets ' the composition of its rank and file ' would be lifted, the army refused to answer queries by a high-level committee formed by the Prime Ministerís Office to study the status of minorities. ...  | Read.. 
 
Kids with backache' Satchelís culprit
Heavy school bags might be contributing to low back pain in children below 15 years, interfering with their school and playtime activities, Indian paediatricians have warned. ...  | Read.. 
 
Dead whale, but not up Thames
The sea, the sand and the moon ' and a whale of a surprise. ...  | Read.. 
 
In temple, consumer is god
No bath water, trust fined for deficiency in service
A pilgrim who had to go without a bath after tonsuring his head at an ancient temple in Tamil Nadu has been awarded Rs 500 in damages by a consumer court. ...  | Read.. 
 
Mahendra Singh Dhoni runs through an obstacle course during a training session in Multan on the eve of the fourth one-day international against Pakist ...  | Read
 
 
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Stress-free tests set to roll
Reforms that promise to take the tension out of exams get off the ground in two weeks, ending m ...  | Read..
Night of worry for Bush handlers
President George W. Bush is due in New Delhi in a fortnight, but the silence over the dates for ...  | Read..