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Maidan Mockery
The Bengal government today pulled strings — and a fast one — to bypass the army and get the defence ministry’s nod for Book Fair 2007 on the Maidan. ...  | Read.. 
 
NTPC project hits land hurdle
While Singur in Bengal has been hogging the headlines, a people’s movement is brewing unnoticed in this Jharkhand district, where thousands of acres of land are being ac ...  | Read.. 
 
Singh banks on people power
Delhi is banking as much on the “surge of anti-Ulfa sentiments” in Assam as on military operations to rein in the banned militant group, Prime Minister Manmohan Sin ...  | Read.. 
 
PM gets junta promise
Myanmar has promised to extend “all possible help” to Delhi in evicting militant groups of the Northeast from its territory if there is “specific informati ...  | Read.. 
 
Home is still by Red River
Sixteen-year-old Sugesh Yadav and his 18-year-old brother Sudarshan were taken out of their homes along with 11 others on the morning of January 5 and herded into rows on ...  | Read.. 
 
Weak heart' You’ve no excuse now
Bad diet & lack of exercise, not genes, make younger Indians vulnerable
Medical scientists today said they have resolved the long-standing puzzle of why heart attacks typically tend to strike Indians five or 10 years earlier than Europeans or Nor ...  | Read.. 
 
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Maidan Mockery
 
 
Now, with the army also surrendering, only God can save the Maidan

A member of the green lobby
Subhas bowls, party no-balls
Subhas Chakraborty today took his “cricket politics” game to the next logical level, ...  | Read..
Legal options
The lawyer who successfully challenged the Book Fair guild’s right to claim public interest ha ...  | Read..