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Flu soldiers cull & scan
At ground zero of India’s first outbreak of avian flu, rapid response teams today began a farm-to-farm mass slaughter of chickens and a house-to-house surveillance of people. ...  | Read.. 
 
Hint of urban appeal in Buddhist finds
Two statues of the Buddha have been dug up near the Tamil Nadu capital, opening up exciting possibilities for archaeologists who say they could be contributions by a foreign king and also speaks of the religion’s ur ...  | Read.. 
 
Chirac comes calling, Scorpene goes to CBI
The defence ministry has asked for a probe by the CBI after three naval officers were dismissed for leaking information from the naval war room and subsequent allegations that agents influenced a decision to buy French S ...  | Read.. 
 
Steel glitter lights up a wedding
Buoyed by Delhi support, Mittal shines at glitzy Chatwal marriage
Lakshmi Mittal, the world’s biggest steel maker, caused a near media riot when he arrived in Delhi last night with his wife, Usha, to attend the high society Chatwal wed ...  | Read.. 
 
Flu soldiers cull & scan
 
 
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Panicky city chickens out fast
Caterer Arup Ghosh hadn’t seen the papers when his mobile rang this morning. The caller was to ...  | Read..