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Locked in to be burnt to death
From behind the gate the young men — aflame — shouted for help. As the fire swallowed them, the hammers fell on the lock. But the gate wouldn’t open. Not until nine had been burnt alive. ...  | Read.. 
 
Fluoride scare in Orissa water
High concentration of fluoride in ground water, which causes fluorosis, could affect the health of people living in 22 blocks of 12 districts of Orissa, the latest survey ...  | Read.. 
 
PM postpones Manipur visit
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has postponed his visit to Manipur to lay the foundation stone of the Tipaimukh dam, adding to the drama over the controversial project in C ...  | Read.. 
 
Veiled army salvo at truce
The army today said the banned Ulfa had emerged stronger from its brief truce with Delhi, possibly implying that the government played into the hands of the militant g ...  | Read.. 
 
Museum, not mart, for Liu
First lady shows serious side
Unlike Sehba Musharraf, Liu Yongqing wasn’t interested in shopping for Indian craftwork and artefacts — she wanted to see the real thing. ...  | Read.. 
 
The factory on Topsia Road that was gutted on Wednesday. Picture by Bishwarup Dutta
Locked in to be burnt to death
 
 
There’s a good mood in the team, but it all starts again tomorrow

Ricky Ponting
a day before the Ashes begins
Only Tamil in high court
Tamil is set to hijack the 144-year-old mantle of English as the sole official language of Madr ...  | Read..
Boys behind bars serve global market
First floor, 26/2C GJ Khan Road, Topsia. ...  | Read..