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IT firms unite against union
Employees in IT and IT-enabled services are not yet convinced about the need to unite under an association sponsored by Citu, but their employers have already come together. ...  | Read.. 
 
Hindu Qaida
Dhiren Barot, a Hindu boy who grew up in a traditional Indian family in London and then converted to Islam before becoming a top-ranking al Qaida terrorist, has been jail ...  | Read.. 
 
Poll officer flouts EC directive
In a startling development, at least 18 electronic voting machines (EVMs) were found in the possession of a block circle inspector today in the Nalanda parliamentary cons ...  | Read.. 
 
N-E fest in Durban
The South African capital is gearing up for a fortnightlong “Indian experience” with a distinct northeastern flavour. Beginning Thursday, the fest will showcase ...  | Read.. 
 
Seal sword over Delhi
The capital’s pre-winter air was heavy with premonition today as the order was given to resume sealing of commercial establishments in residential areas tomorrow. ...  | Read.. 
 
Booze in India, vaccine in US
Lure of incentives to get indifferent voters to polling booths
In India, candidates are known to distribute liquor to get votes. In America, they give vaccines to get the voter to the booth. ...  | Read.. 
 
Zinedine Zidane enjoys an impromptu soccer game in the village of Kamar Basulia on the outskirts of Dhaka. He is in Bangladesh on an invitation from N ...  | Read
 
 
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ZINEDINE ZIDANE
Tongue Twister:
Mumbai morsel, sizzling hot

Kobe Sizzlers is an apt name for a restaurant especially when a large selection of sizzlers is your ...  | Read..
Security gets teeth & veil
A string of brainstorming sessions involving all wings of the security establishment and Union home ...  | Read..