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Since 1st March, 1999
Earth cannot afford humans
Global warming driven by human activities will continue for centuries despite corrective action, the latest scientific assessment of climate change released today has warned. But scientists in India said the future behaviour of the monsoon remains unclear. ...  | Read.. 
Cradle snatch slur on cops
Jharkhand police, reeling at the “rape in police custody” scandal in Godda, received another blow here, when a grandfather complained that his three-year-old gr ...  | Read.. 
Court knocks down RU plea
A Supreme Court decision this week will enable institutions affiliated to a university to offer postgraduate courses for the first time in the state. ...  | Read.. 
Congress feels rebel pinch
The spate of attacks by Ulfa on Congress workers has forced the party leadership to finally acknowledge that the threat to its ranks this time is not the "regular affair ...  | Read.. 
Sir, this exceeds the brief
Garment guerrilla sends below-the-belt queries to PMO
From the nuclear deal to alleged appeasement of minorities, Manmohan Singh has handled all manner of tricky questions. But Rakesh Agarwal’s posers have caught the Prime ...  | Read.. 
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Sourav Ganguly bowls on the first day of the Mumbai versus Bengal Ranji Trophy final at Wankhede stadium in Mumbai on Friday. He took the wick ...  | Read
This is the right time to get kicking the (centenary) celebrations
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Cops look for cop details
A three-member team from Rajasthan police today requested the Orissa government to provide the prop ...  | Read..
SEZ fate in Sonia hands
Sonia Gandhi is likely to convene a “high-level meeting” of a group of ministers to t ...  | Read..