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Singh warns of impact on peace talks
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today linked Mumbaiís serial blasts that killed over 200 people to ďelements across the borderĒ, dropping the caution officially exercised by the government over the past couple of days in not bringing Pakistan in. ...  | Read.. 
 
HC balm on HIV kid
The Imphal bench of Gauhati High Court today slapped a showcause notice on Manipurís premier hospital for allegedly using unsterilised equipment to close a gash on a ...  | Read.. 
 
Courting Ganesh, to ward off evil eye
The horror list is long. Suicidal farmers, plotting coalition partners, rising crime graphs, collapsing power situation, corruption charges, an unsympathetic high command. It sure isnít easy being Vilasrao Deshmukh ...  | Read.. 
 
Schoolchildren in jest salute a police patrol on security duty outside KEM Hospital before Manmohan Singh’s visit. (AP)
 
 
Just as things can never be the same for those who have lost their near and dear, it cannot be business as usual for us

MANMOHAN SINGH
Pass open, no trade
The border has been surmounted but the code hasnít been cracked. A week since the re-openi ...  | Read..
It takes money to play big brother
A combination of satellites, surveillance and software might have helped capture the words of suspe ...  | Read..