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Gagged by ISI, says UK terror suspect
A terrorist trial of seven men accused of being al Qaida members and planning a bombing campaign in Britain was dramatically halted today when one of them alleged that Pakistan's ISI had warned his family of serious consequences if he revealed too many secrets. ...  | Read.. 
 
Bestial turn to child murder
The four-year-old kidnapped and killed by his private tutor on Saturday was sexually abused and tortured before being strangled and thrown into a pond. ...  | Read.. 
 
Ulfa slaps new demand note
The tottering peace process with Ulfa is likely to receive yet another setback with the outfit allegedly slapping a Rs 1 crore demand on a tea garden in Assam’s Baksa di ...  | Read.. 
 
In power, govt of rebel 4
The curtains finally came down on the 18-month-old Arjun Munda regime as the four-member Madhu Koda government was sworn in today, the fifth time that a chief minister has ta ...  | Read.. 
 
Battle for single chess king
Little-known place hosts match to decide undisputed champion
As direct descendants of Genghis Khan, the people of Kalmykia can be expected to have an appreciation of the finer points of battle. ...  | Read.. 
 
Lalu Prasad, once fighting charges of “mismanaging” Bihar and now claiming credit for turning Indian Railways around, greets students at IIM Ahmedabad ...  | Read
 
 
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Job scheme flounders
The United Progressive Alliance government’s flagship social programme — the rural job sch ...  | Read..
Tongue Twister
The practice of serving buffet meals is a universal one now. Our elaborate sit-down wedding feasts w ...  | Read..