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DEFY BANDH
At times democratically elected political leaders do not reflect public opinion. When they donít, we who elect them do not have the privilege of voting them out as we please because elections are held once in five years. There is little doubt that five days of bandh in a month is a torment even ...  | Read.. 
 
Dasham puts House on boil
The death in Dasham waterfall of BIT student Abhishek Mishra today rocked the Assembly with the Opposition stalling proceedings to press their demand for a CBI investigation. ...  | Read.. 
 
Lashkar tentacles in Manipur
The arrest of three Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT) operatives hailing from Manipur this morning has confirmed what was hitherto mere speculation ó that the Pakistan-based outfit has s ...  | Read.. 
 
Track II move on Ulfa talks
With both the banned Ulfa and the Centre refusing to budge from their respective stands, a fresh move is under way to bring in the two sides to hold preliminary talks out ...  | Read.. 
 
Greg at ease with Ganguly
Everybodyís relationship with him is fine, says coach
If Rahul Dravid had kind words for predecessor Sourav Ganguly after the historic win over South Africa yesterday, coach Greg Chappell went a step further this afternoon. ...  | Read.. 
 
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DEFY BANDH
 
 
Sourav perhaps needed that time away to come back focused

GREG CHAPPELL
Burnt alive, says post-mortem
Tapasi Malik, whose burning body was found on the land fenced off for the Tata project in Singu ...  | Read..