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Catch in rain washes police shame
A nasty Nor’wester had broken over Calcutta, rain lashed the narrow lane lined with hole-in-the-wall shops. At one ' Millennium Communication ' Sher Singh Rana had just finished making a call and paying the phone booth employee the Rs 13 charge when he felt a tap on his shoulder. ...  | Read.. 
 
Rahul riddle for UP
Rahul Gandhi is apparently willing to dirty his hands in Uttar Pradesh but his party thinks the country needs him more. ...  | Read.. 
 
NDFB screams truce ‘murder’
The already restive National Democratic Front of Boroland (NDFB) flew into a rage after police shot dead one of its members when he was trying to enforce a bandh today in pro ...  | Read.. 
 
Mamata blows against wind
Trinamul leader sees change where exit polls predict none
Ebar lokera paribartan anchhe. People will usher in change this time, Mamata Banerjee says. ...  | Read.. 
 
Catch in rain washes police shame
 
 
How can you fix the date of baptism before the child is born

MAMATA BANERJEE
on exit poll predictions of a Left Front victory
Nepal parties minus Maoists
As Nepal’s seven-party alliance formally welcomed King Gyanendra’s proclamation reins ...  | Read..
Mother torn between two sons
Her eldest son is seesawing between life and after. The youngest is facing life behind bars. Ye ...  | Read..