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Brush with bird flu
The deadly avian influenza H5N1 virus has surfaced in India among poultry in a corner of northern Maharashtra, where it has killed over 30,000 chickens in the past 10 days, officials announced today. ...  | Read.. 
 
Market tips for unions
As he flagged off Rs 2,350 crore worth of projects at Haldia, the chief minister today explained to voters why land must be found for new industries and why militant trade unionism was counter-productive. ...  | Read.. 
 
2200-yr-old life in Bengal
Ten days into digging and two sites in Bengalís South 24-Parganas district are yielding treasures far beyond the expectation of archaeologists. ...  | Read.. 
 
Govt guide to perfect groom
Booklet and counselling centres to tackle NRI cheats
If you have chosen an overseas groom for your daughter, turn for crucial advice to the countryís newest and biggest wedding planner ' the Indian government. ...  | Read.. 
 
Brush with bird flu
 
 
There is no need to panic

H.K. PRADHAN
the chief of the lab which tested the poultry samples
Bush gives a push to N-deal
Ten days before embarking on his high-profile journey to India, US President George W. Bush has ...  | Read..
Delhi has a familiar disease
Rapid dissemination of information ' thatís the cornerstone of the fight against an ...  | Read..