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Land backlash takes life of its own
Fearing attacks from villagers whose land is to be acquired for a special economic zone (SEZ), nearly 250 CPM members have fled Garchakraberia, Sonachura and Rajaramchak in Nandigram. ...  | Read.. 
 
Survey sparks carnage
Suspected Ulfa militants killed 13 people in coordinated attacks on the Hindi-speaking community in Upper Assam, coinciding with an opinion poll result that showed little sup ...  | Read.. 
 
13 kiln labourers die in Ulfa attack
Suspected Ulfa militants today carried out a string of attacks on Hindi-speaking people in Tinsukia and Dibrugarh districts, killing 13 people and injuring 15 others. The sla ...  | Read.. 
 
Soren in Jamtara judicial custody
It was unlike any other Friday outside Jamtara district court today. Packed with police and supporters, the scene was visibly different as JMM chief Shibu Soren got transferr ...  | Read.. 
 
VIPs eye vote, shun Nithari
Their “issue” can fetch votes, they can’t. ...  | Read.. 
 
Minister in rampage cloud
A well-known industrialist today accused a minister in the Madhu Koda government for allegedly going on the rampage at his factory in Ramgarh last night ...  | Read.. 
 
Court orders blockade removal
After more than seven months of adjudication on a petition, the Orissa High Court today ordered for removal of obstruction on NH-200, near Kalinga Nagar, paving the way for b ...  | Read.. 
 
NSCN-K banks on tribal rift
Contrasting pictures of the Naga peace process emerged from the rival NSCN camps today with the Isak-Muivah faction bemoaning nearly 10 years of a fruitless dialogue with ...  | Read.. 
 
Singh sibling' Join the queue
Step-brother wants to contest but no signals from PM
He may be the Prime Minister’s brother but Surjit Singh Kohli must stand in the queue with 900 who aren’t. ...  | Read.. 
 
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Sourav Ganguly leaves a ball in Cape Town. India was bowled out for 169 in its second innings, setting the hosts a target of 211. South Africa closed at 55 for 2. (AP)
None at crease, Sourav to rescue
 
 
I’m actually a little relieved it’s over.... I was getting a bit emotional out there

Justin Langer
Location bar on SEZs
The Bengal government will not allow “new, big” special economic zones in districts w ...  | Read..
None at crease, Sourav to rescue
Sourav Ganguly may have kept Steve Waugh waiting at the toss during that memorable 2001 series, ...  | Read..