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Death for child-smash sisters
Two sisters who kidnapped children and killed them by smashing their heads against walls or electricity poles could become the first women to be hanged in Independent India. ...  | Read.. 
 
Ulfa letter revives peace process
The deadlock in the Ulfa-Delhi peace process was today broken by a communiqué from the militant group, assuring the government that the five jailed leaders whose release it w ...  | Read.. 
 
Faces appear on walls of old home
Continuing her fortnightly series, the writer narrates how a visit to the house where she was born brought back memories of her favourite people ...  | Read.. 
 
NICT opens with promises
Assam Governor Lt Gen. (retd.) Ajai Singh today tom-tommed the Northeast’s USP in its huge number of “well-educated, English-speaking youth” and hoped that ...  | Read.. 
 
Learn to swear from the leaders
Offered at a discount, book lists what not to say in Parliament
Psst... looking for a nice fat book of filthy things to say when you get into a spat' ...  | Read.. 
 
Death for child-smash sisters
 
 
It’s nice to stop the losses but it’s not the way we wanted to stop the defeats

Ian Bell
England cricketer
on rain disrupting the one-dayer against Pakistan
Jawans’ bullets kill Puja shoppers
Humiliated by local toughs, a group of Central Industrial Security Force jawans took revenge by ...  | Read..
Merit takes Menon to the top
Choosing merit over seniority, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has appointed Shiv Shankar Menon, ...  | Read..