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HIV, hepatitis after taking blood
For about two months last year, Ananda Saha had bouts of fever which the doctors dismissed as ďunexplainedĒ. A patient of thalassaemia, which was detected when he was barely one and a half years old, Ananda was never a healthy child. ...  | Read.. 
 
Ministers sulk, Koda soldiers on
Madhu Koda has either decided to be firm, for a change, or he has his blinkers on. ...  | Read.. 
 
Ivory haul in forest
The safety of animals in Orissaís Simlipal forest has come under the scanner again with wildlife authorities seizing eight pieces of ivory from four villagers. ...  | Read.. 
 
Protest over army act peters out
The Okram Ibobi Singh government today managed to stave off one crisis by foiling an attempt by women protesters to storm the Raj Bhavan. But it faced another immediately aft ...  | Read.. 
 
Barak downs Kalamís missile
Trishul dumped after 22 years and $70m in cost
Israelís Barak also bites. It has shot down President A.P.J. Abdul Kalamís pet missile: his Trishul programme will be scrapped in December. ...  | Read.. 
 
Nobel for banker of the poor
 
 
I canít believe that itís truly happened

MUHAMMAD YUNUS
on winning the Nobel
Nobel for banker of the poor
Banker of the poor Muhammad Yunus became the first Bangladeshi and the third ó some claim fourth ó ...  | Read..
Chikungunya is here
Chikungunya has been confirmed in Bengal, raising the possibility that hundreds may be affected ...  | Read..