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Make us boys, cry girls
Hang your head in shame, Grown-up India. Almost half your girls want to be boys because of the way you treat them. ...  | Read.. 
 
Govt wobbles in Red battle
Stunned by successive Maoist offensives, governments at the Centre and in Jharkhand today groped for a strategy to combat the rebels. Police claimed some degree of success an ...  | Read.. 
 
Nitish to tread soft on industry path
Wary of the bloodspill in the battle for land acquisition at Nandigram in neighbouring Bengal, Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar has clarified that the government will no ...  | Read.. 
 
Firing probe panel fired
Turning down the state government’s appeal to allow Justice A.S. Naidu Commission complete its probe into the Kalinga Nagar police firing incident, the Supreme Court tod ...  | Read.. 
 
Project without a pause
Over two decades of procrastination, a redundant foundation stone-laying ceremony and many hurdles later, Manmohan Singh today gave the Assam gas cracker project a second lif ...  | Read.. 
 
Apang loses
Gegong Apang today became the second Congress chief minister of a northeastern state to be unseated in as many months after an intrigue-filled game of political musical c ...  | Read.. 
 
Bloody nose for A-I, twice in a day
Warning rings true as two flights make emergency landings in Delhi
Two Air-India flights today shocked their 200-odd passengers by making emergency landings in Delhi, weeks after a government report spoke of serial mechanical snags in the ai ...  | Read.. 
 
Make us boys, cry girls
 
 
You can’t be treating players like Sachin as kids
Wasim Akram
on BCCI’s ad curbs
Reliance retail runs into Bloc
Served a legal notice by Reliance, the Bengal agriculture marketing board has sought from the M ...  | Read..
Now, SEZ goes up in flames
The curse, it seems, is upon SEZs. ...  | Read..