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Hutch in Sarin hands
Vodafone — the world’s biggest mobile phone company by revenues — has won the battle for control of Hutchison Essar, India’s fourth-largest cellular operator. ...  | Read.. 
 
SC snubs land order
Jharkhand High Court “erred” in dismissing a petition by a tribal, who alleged that over 10,000 acres of “notified tribal land” had been usurped in the s ...  | Read.. 
 
Maoist fire
Suspected Naxalites set afire two vehicles at the Harichandanpur area of the Keonjhar district last night. ...  | Read.. 
 
Onion key to poll fate
With people in Orissa paying between Rs 20 and Rs 25 for a kilogram of onion, political observers feel the price rise will have an adverse effect on the outcome of the el ...  | Read.. 
 
Films find voice, finally
Blackouts force movie-makers to speak out in unison
For far too long, filmdom has suffered the gag of politics. But Parzania was the last straw. ...  | Read.. 
 
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Mishap mars Games high
Just when the jinx seemed to have been broken, misfortune struck the 33rd National Games tod ...  | Read..
CM land overture
Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee today carried his efforts at a consensus to the hub of the land protest ...  | Read..