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Mine blast on bomb experts
Utpal Bhakta had defused several landmines before. This time, too, he had cut the wire leading off the milk can stuffed with explosives into the dense forest. ...  | Read.. 
 
Thailand coup lands Muivah in visa soup
Thuingaleng Muivah does not know Gen. Sondhi Boonyartkalin, the commander-in-chief of the Thai army who overthrew the government of caretaker Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatr ...  | Read.. 
 
Missing Puja at home, for Durgaís sake
Nimai Pal hasnít been home for the Pujas for the past 32 years. But he is not complaining. The 60-year-old artisan is happy that he can bring a piece of Bengal to Mumbai every year. ...  | Read.. 
 
Pak cricket lesson for China
Opportunity to score diplomatic points passes India by
When it comes to ties with Beijing, Pakistan has always beaten India by an innings and more. Now comes news of another defeat: a Pakistani will coach China in cricket. ...  | Read.. 
 
Mine blast on bomb experts
 
 
I donít expect to be in Calcutta during the Pujas. I will probably be gone for the Challenger

Sourav Ganguly
Close call for planes
A Jet Airways plane was today allowed to come within a cricket pitch and a halfís distanc ...  | Read..