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Since 1st March, 1999
Leash on ‘liar’ fair
The high court today slammed the brakes on preparations for Book Fair 2007 on the Maidan, hauling up the organisers for their “blatant lie” to get the army’s nod and state agencies for colluding in the deception. ...  | Read.. 
Tough talk greets Ulfa blasts
Further hardening its stand on the banned Ulfa, Dispur today made it clear to the outfit that it would have to give up its weaponry if it wants its jailed leaders freed. ...  | Read.. 
Centre mulls new ceasefire monitor
The Centre is considering a change of guard in the Ceasefire Monitoring Group which oversees the truce agreements of the two NSCN factions. ...  | Read.. 
Calcutta lad’s Melbourne moment
Rupesh Roy makes it to Australian Open boys’ doubles final
The surge to the final in Melbourne began with a trip to Calcutta 13 years ago. ...  | Read.. 
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Leash on ‘liar’ fair
If we can play like we did today, we can surely win the final

Rupesh Roy
tennis player from Calcutta
Indian humour hurts US campus
Indian students, who have been the toast of Ivy League campuses for some years, are this week b ...  | Read..
Moninder at lynch-mob mercy
As the melee began, all that mattered to lawyer Dinesh Singh was to somehow reach out over the ...  | Read..