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Feel good' April fool!
April has made a fool of the feel-good factor. ...  | Read.. 
 
Trouble back on dispute pitch
Trouble returned to Kalinga Nagar once again as about 300 tribals resorted to a road blockade at Ambagadia in Kalinga Nagar industrial complex under Jajpur district this ...  | Read.. 
 
RJD retains Palamau in bypoll
The UPA government today heaved a sigh of relief and patted itself on the back when the RJD retained the Palamau Lok Sabha seat with a comfortable margin of over 22,000 votes ...  | Read.. 
 
Cycle voyage from Bihar to bust Assam ‘myth’
Six youths from Nalanda in Bihar have pedalled all the way to Assam to bridge the “communal divide” created by the series of attacks by Ulfa militants on Hindi-spea ...  | Read.. 
 
4 Ulfa rebels killed
Four Ulfa militants were gunned down during an encounter with the army in Assam’s Udalguri district today, even as Jorhat police were looking for two dacoits hired b ...  | Read.. 
 
Breakthrough in blood conversion
Scientists transform A and B into universal using ‘molecular scissors’
Using bacterial enzymes as molecular scissors, scientists have developed a technology for efficient conversion of blood groups A and B into the universal which can be given ...  | Read.. 
 
MAN IN BLUE...TOWEL
Rahul Dravid with his wife (right) on a beach in Kovalam on Monday. (AFP)
 
 
Sachin still has a lot to offer Indian cricket
Anil Kumble
Play or pleasure, follow the guru
In triumph or disaster, Rahul Dravid sticks to the Chappell Way. And the colour blue. ...  | Read..
A burning stink in cricket
If India’s World Cup exit demanded its own version of the Ashes, Greg Chappell’s Aust ...  | Read..