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Since 1st March, 1999
20,000 units of bad blood in flow
Over 20,000 units of contaminated blood have escaped surveillance and have been used as they were tested by faulty test kits supplied by Monozyme India, a company promoted by city-based businessman Govind Sarda. ...  | Read.. 
Cong name on poll list
The UPA today resolved to field Congress MLA from Barhi Manoj Yadav for the Koderma bypoll battle, reports our correspondent. ...  | Read.. 
Medha strike at Naveen door
Making light of her chikungunya, a frail Medha Patkar today led a lightning 6-km march in 50 minutes to throw a surprise siege around chief minister Naveen Patnaik’s ...  | Read.. 
Blast and blaze in twin red raids
Maoists targeted railway properties in Jharkhand and Orissa in the wee hours today, setting fire to three engines of a goods train and blowing up a portion of the track at a ...  | Read.. 
Now, PCG wants letter from Dispur
The Ulfa-constituted People’s Consultative Group today sought a communiqué from Dispur on the frozen peace process with the militant group. ...  | Read.. 
After Nobel, Yunus gets Zizou
Football star to visit Bangla to open food factory for poor
If a battle against poverty can fetch the Nobel peace prize, Zinedine Zidane can come to football minnow Bangladesh, too. ...  | Read.. 
Actors Priyanka Chopra and Shah Rukh Khan wave to fans during the ICC Champions Trophy match between India and England in Jaipur. India bundled out E ...  | Read
It took five days to reach Delhi. What can be more disgusting

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Cong distances from Mamata
The Congress today cited its national-level interests to take a step back from its developing r ...  | Read..
Leak in backyard, Bhopal in the dark
Three thousand deaths in one night, 500,000 survivors living with telltale scars and an interlu ...  | Read..