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Cracked: El Nino monsoon mystery
An Indian-American research team has unravelled a hitherto unknown connection between the Indian monsoon and the weather event called El Nino, a rise in sea surface temperatures in the Pacific Ocean. ...  | Read.. 
 
Bhupen drinks life to lees
Moi aasik krisu joi, whiskeyek nokori bhoi... (“I have conquered the eighties, and I’m not afraid of whisky...) ...  | Read.. 
 
Schools bear brunt of row
Naga students simultaneously vandalised 35 government schools in three hill districts of Manipur last evening even as chief minister Okram Ibobi Singh and his Nagaland co ...  | Read.. 
 
Mao stares at second burial
China’s new generation of leaders & youths cast away legacy
Mao Zedong’s greatest fear was to be “buried twice”, like his Soviet counterpart Joseph Stalin, whose coffin was removed from Lenin’s tomb and shifted to ...  | Read.. 
 
 
 
Her (Sania’s) game hasn’t improved that quickly as her rankings

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Miners die in gas chamber
All 53 miners trapped since last night inside a mine where coal roofs collapsed after a huge ex ...  | Read..
Ramani faints, sent to lock-up
The leap from “page three” to the front pages couldn’t have been more harrowing ...  | Read..