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CM applies ‘blunder’ balm
Chief minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee today conceded that “the government has committed a blunder by issuing a notice on land acquisition in Nandigram” and ordered that the paper be “torn to pieces”. ...  | Read.. 
 
Delhi alerts Myanmar
The Centre has alerted the Myanmar government to be on the lookout for Ulfa activists who could take refuge across the border after the scaled-up military offensive in Assam. ...  | Read.. 
 
Fair profit comes into play
Calcutta High Court has admitted a petition that challenges the “public interest” in holding the Book Fair on the Maidan by pointing out that it is being organised by a profit-making organisation. ...  | Read.. 
 
Sonia toils for Gandhi gala
Rahul ‘relaunch’ buzz as mother lines up satyagraha show
Prime Ministers and Presidents, Nobel laureates and grassroots leaders will be making a beeline to Delhi this month as Sonia Gandhi gets ready to host one of the biggest in ...  | Read.. 
 
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First, whatever it takes

AK Antony
defence minister
on tackling Ulfa
Tongue Twister:
Meals 730, each one of its kind

Calcutta has always been a gourmet’s paradise. I know this may sound outrageously biased, but I’m no ...  | Read..
Assam leash off army
The army has been given the go-ahead for a massive retribution to the killings of Hindi-speakin ...  | Read..