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Left plots retail rules to save corner shops
The CPM politburo is working out restrictions it wants imposed on Indian corporate houses foraying into the retail sector so that they do not hurt small and medium shopkeepers. ...  | Read.. 
 
Lapang bounces back, Rymbai out
Meghalaya chief minister J.D. Rymbai resigned today and his predecessor D.D. Lapang returned to power. ...  | Read.. 
 
Militant sack for doctor
The state government has ordered the dismissal of a doctor, two junior engineers and a Kashmir University lecturer along with 14 other employees for alleged militant links. ...  | Read.. 
 
To sir, with love
Teacher can be lover outside school: SC
A Supreme Court bench headed by a judge who had said the corrupt should be hanged from lamp posts has absolved a teacher who had sex with a pupil on the technical point that ...  | Read.. 
 
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Liz Hurley with son Damian and husband Arun Nayar at Jodhpur airport on Saturday. The couple, who had tied the knot in England, had an Indian wedding ...  | Read
 
 
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MP killers on police radar
Director-general of police (DGP) J.B. Mahapatra claimed today that the police have resolved the ...  | Read..
Bomb on train from Howrah
The thousands who travel from Howrah had their first brush with terror this afternoon when a cr ...  | Read..