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Savage stream with riddles
Two city students died and a third was missing after being swept away by a mountain stream on a Purulia trek, but tragedy is tinged with mystery with local villagers swearing that all three had safely reached the bank. ...  | Read.. 
 
Fence & floodlights for border
The Centre has promised Dispur that the international border with Bangladesh would be fenced by the year-end. ...  | Read.. 
 
National Games put off till Feb.
The Indian Olympic Association (IOA) has finally decided to allow Assam to host the National Games in Guwahati from February 9 to 18, 2007. ...  | Read.. 
 
Consensus in sight on Naga framework
Nine years after they entered into a ceasefire agreement, Indian and Naga negotiators have agreed on a broad framework to define a relationship that could end the Naga ...  | Read.. 
 
Verdict is out & the losers are...
Survey thumbs-down to CM, cricketer Sourav survives but with wounds
By tomorrow evening, either Jagmohan Dalmiya or Prasun Mukherjee will be crowned winner depending on which of them gets the 60 votes needed to become Cricket Association of B ...  | Read.. 
 
Savage stream with riddles
 
 
We tried to hold on to each other but it didn't help

BAPPADITYA
one of the Purulia survivors
Wave goodbye to a tradition
The Mumbai serial blasts look set to bury a poignant ritual of the Great Indian Railway journey ...  | Read..
‘Girls came out and ran’
A “massive wave” had knocked over and swept away the five trekkers yesterday while th ...  | Read..