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Flames were leaping out, so were people on fire
Terror knows no nationality. ...  | Read.. 
 
Outside, a mobile mountain of flames
Around 11.53 last night, Joseph Thomas Ekka had casually looked out of his window expecting the familiar sight of a chain of lights flashing past. ...  | Read.. 
 
Ray of hope flickers amid ash
Three years ago, it had looked unlikely that India and Pakistan would be able to sustain the peace process, let alone take it to a point where it could absorb a big shock like the blast on the Samjhauta Express today. ...  | Read.. 
 
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Hasina, the Rajasthan-based sister of Abdul Qayyum from Pakistan, breaks down while recounting the condition of her brother to a relative over phone. ...  | Read
 
 
They were screaming inside
Rajinder Prasad
who tried in vain to rescue Samjhauta passengers
Genes undo hours at gym
Saif Ali Khan may have his genes to blame for failing to avoid for all his gym schedules and ...  | Read..
Soft targets on a soft border
Three years back at the peak of Operation Parakram when Indian and Pakistani forces were massed on ...  | Read..