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Bikes lead police to suspects’ sketches
Police today released sketches of two persons based on the description given by witnesses in the first movement in investigations into the Friday blasts here in which 31 people were killed. ...  | Read.. 
 
Rebel jolt to railway project
Northeast Frontier Railway’s broad gauge project in the remote North Cachar Hills of Assam was thrown into jeopardy last night by an anti-talks faction of one of the ...  | Read.. 
 
Munnabhai first, Cong next
This time, the Congress has got the date right. September 11 — infamous as the day when the world’s biggest terrorist attack took place — this year marks the centenary of Gandhi’s satyagraha in South Afr ...  | Read.. 
 
First the sound, then strange odour
It must be a truck hitting a container in Manhattan. It wasn’t. It was a plane
Five years ago on this day the world saw the biggest terrorist attack of all on New York’s World Trade Center. Lubica Hauswaldova recalls the story of an Indian Americ ...  | Read.. 
 
A jubilant Leander Paes after winning the men’s doubles final at the US Open in New York, which ended a five-year Grand Slam drought. Paes and partner ...  | Read
 
 
It’s a shame

MANMOHAN SINGH
on the Malegaon blasts
Day of judgment in court of Speaker
As UPA legislators criss-crossed the country to remain a united alliance, the focus of the battle f ...  | Read..
Some areas drier, some wetter
Rainfall patterns have changed in India with some regions turning drier and others wetter, trig ...  | Read..