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Delhi, Dhaka step into enclaves
India and Bangladesh agreed to cut through their political hostility of the last few decades to agree today that officials from either government would undertake the first-ever survey of enclaves and adverse possessions in the otherís territory. ...  | Read.. 
 
Police foil rebel attack on station
Bihar police today claimed to have foiled a Naxalite attack on a police station at Riga, around 40 km from Janakpur in Nepal and approximately 100 km from the state capit ...  | Read.. 
 
Fasting women moved to GMCH
The arrested wives of six missing Ulfa militants, who are currently on a fast-unto-death, were shifted to the Gauhati Medical College and Hospital (GMCH) today after they ...  | Read.. 
 
2 Ulfa rebels killed in encounter
Two Ulfa militants were killed and an army officer was critically injured in a fierce gunbattle at Godhabeel Cokolapathar village in Assamís Sivasagar district at 12 ...  | Read.. 
 
Accident sparks attack on steel plant
A mob today attacked Bhushan Steel plant, under construction at Meramandali, 50 km from Dhenkanal, after a youth was run over by a dumper belonging to a contractor. ...  | Read.. 
 
A mouche to impress Mush
Walrus whiskers convey wisdom, says proud owner
Hazarilal Raghuvanshi has a dream ó before the hairless hunks take over the world, men will pause and reflect on the timeless elegance of the growth beneath the nose. ...  | Read.. 
 
Inzamam-ul Haq looks angry at a news conference on Saturday as he denies that Pakistanís untimely World Cup exit had anything to do with match-fixing ...  | Read
 
 
Nandigram will impact investment
Nirupam Sen
IIM seat hike on hold
The Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad, today shelved its seat hike plan because of the ...  | Read..
CPM counts Nandigram losses
The CPM top leadership, meeting in Delhi for the first time since the Nandigram bloodshed, is w ...  | Read..