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Petrol panic in strike-hit city
The public transport system in Calcutta and adjoining areas was gasping for gas this afternoon, with nearly 250 of 300 petrol pumps running dry on the fourth day of an indefinite oil tankersí strike. ...  | Read.. 
 
Gangrape slur on Godda cops
Alleging gangrape of three Paharia women at Godda, 170 km from here, a section within the JMM today whipped up the demand for initiating the traditional Santhal system o ...  | Read.. 
 
Mishap for meet-bound CM
Chief minister Naveen Patnaik escaped with minor injuries today after his vehicle met with an accident at Gohira Square near the city. Eight other persons were wounded in ...  | Read.. 
 
Ulfa strike on trader convoy
After a lull in its offensive against Hindi-speaking people in Assam, Ulfa militants today struck again at a convoy of traders at Kachijan Charali Urang basti under Kakop ...  | Read.. 
 
Germs to gobble train stain
Answer to embarrassing blot: waste-eater bacteria
The three-tier 5207AB on the Gwalior-Barauni Mail is special ó itís the only passenger coach on the 62,000-km Indian Railways network that doesnít discharge human w ...  | Read.. 
 
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Tech schools flunk test
Behind the gloss of Indiaís steel-and-glass IT parks lies a lack of manpower versed in res ...  | Read..
On a roll, the Roger I know
A beautiful windy evening in Melbourne with the temperature in the low-20s. The Rod Laver Arena was ...  | Read..