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Big guns lose graft shield
A judge, magistrate or a public servant can be prosecuted for cheating, forgery, entering into criminal conspiracy and other penal offences unconnected with the discharge of official duties without sanction from the government, the Supreme Court held today. ...  | Read.. 
 
No malice for Jha chacha
The son has no bad words for the man whose “unconfirmed death” led his father to get a life term in prison. ...  | Read.. 
 
Court frowns, bandh folds up
A sharp and strong reaction from Jharkhand High Court today forced the Jharkhand Mukti Morcha to withdraw tomorrow’s bandh call in Jharkhand, Orissa and Bengal as a prot ...  | Read.. 
 
Verdict saves few cop jobs
The prolonged legal battle over the legitimacy of appointments in the Assam police constabulary two years ago ended today with Gauhati High Court upholding the recruitment pr ...  | Read.. 
 
Birdsong strikes city note
Study finds tunes adapting to noisy urban environment
Cities are forcing birds to change their songs. ...  | Read.. 
 
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Gopal Krishna Gandhi with APJ Abdul Kalam at Infocom 2006 in Calcutta on Wednesday. Picture by Rashbehari Das
Kalam sets ‘happy’ goal
 
 
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Kalam sets ‘happy’ goal
A technocrat President set a clear, if daunting, task for the infotech industry today — to help cre ...  | Read..
Gandhi at Mamata fast
Governor Gopal Krishna Gandhi made a surprise visit tonight to a fasting Mamata Banerjee who is ...  | Read..