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Fair or foul' Buddha junks Maidan promises for book business show
After promising in 2003 to move all exhibitions out of the Maidan to a new complex and extracting a permission from the court to hold the Book Fair there for one last time in the winter of 2006, the chief minister today staged a somersault. ...  | Read.. 
 
Naveen bypoll blow in tribal hub
The pro-tribal image of the Naveen Patnaik government today received a beating when the ruling BJD-BJP combine candidate was defeated in the bypoll to Talsara Assembly se ...  | Read.. 
 
Back in chair after month behind bars
Released from jail on bail after spending a month behind bars on a murder charge, Tileshwar Sahu today went back to resume duties as chairman of the Jharkhand State Pollu ...  | Read.. 
 
Terror network widens
The Bangladeshi jihadi group responsible for the serial blasts in that country in August last year has made inroads into the Northeast, Assam police chief D.N. Dutt revealed ...  | Read.. 
 
2048: Your last morsel of seafood
Study warns of marine devastation but it’s not too late for remedy
All marine fish and seafood might collapse by 2048, devastating marine ecosystems and forcing many people alive today to bid goodbye to delicacies from the deep in their life ...  | Read.. 
 
Fair or foul' Buddha junks Maidan promises for book business show
 
 
The nation does not belong to any single race, least of all any group of religious extremists

Manmohan Singh
Exhibition of lost chances
One of the world’s largest trade fair companies, Messe Dusseldorf, had come calling on the ...  | Read..
Imrana happens in Bengal too
In a rerun of events that threw Imrana Bibi of Uttar Pradesh into a cauldron of controversy, 22 ...  | Read..