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PM activates Left deterrent
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today said India would never accept any law or condition that undermines the country’s nuclear programme or goes beyond the parameters set in two documents. ...  | Read.. 
 
House siege for Opp. shield
While the first day of the Assembly’s monsoon session today remained uneventful, the Opposition planned to stall the House tomorrow to highlight “state repressi ...  | Read.. 
 
Opium eaters & an eccentric sahib
Continuing with her series of fortnightly columns written exclusively for The Telegraph, novelist Mamoni Raisom Goswami recounts fascinating anecdotes about European offici ...  | Read.. 
 
Silent rage after terror night
An uneasy calm descended on the Iskcon temple in Imphal after a brush with terror on what was supposed to be a night of revelry. ...  | Read.. 
 
Seniority edge for Benoy
Benoy Konar, the veteran peasant leader, appears to be under consideration for induction into the CPM politburo, the party’s highest policy-making body. ...  | Read.. 
 
President George W. Bush tries his hand at a Harley-Davidson as Jim Ziemer (right), the CEO of
Harley-Davidson, looks on in Pennsylvania on Wednesday. (AFP)
 
 
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Tongue Twister:
Sichuan signature, spicy & steamed

There is a kind of fungus found in the grasslands of Tibet that attaches itself to caterpillars, fee ...  | Read..
Study springs HIV surprise
India has grossly overestimated the number of people infected with the HIV, says a study releas ...  | Read..