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Dance slave breaks free
For six years, her parents forced her to dance to Hindi film songs at public shows and thrashed her when she refused. Today, the 14-year-old slipped out of home and filed a police complaint against them. ...  | Read.. 
 
Armoured for big business
By the end of this year, Nagaland might well be exporting ballistic body armour and load-bearing equipment to Baghdad and Washington. ...  | Read.. 
 
Sourav skips academy talk
Former Team India skipper Sourav Ganguly today had a brief chat with chief minister Naveen Patnaik amid growing speculation about a possible cricket academy or an Odissi danc ...  | Read.. 
 
Anti-Posco activists gear up
Anti-Posco activists and social organisations today warned the state government of a repeat of Nandigram and Kalinga Nagar like situation in Jagatsinghpur area as tension ...  | Read.. 
 
Koda’s flight to fight fire
Did you ask Vijendra Goyal, who' Well, neither the chief minister’s office nor the department of cabinet coordination had any clue this evening about Goyal’s id ...  | Read.. 
 
‘Spot’ check of exam scripts
Higher secondary examinees who often lose sleep thinking about the standard and fairness of the evaluation process can finally relax. ...  | Read.. 
 
Umar or Umesh, all’s unfair in love
Youths in MP change faith to marry but zealots refuse to give up
Umar became Umesh and Rehan answers to the name of Rohan Kumar. ...  | Read.. 
 
The girl at the police station in Raiganj. Picture by Nityananda Sarkar
Dance slave breaks free
 
 
I honestly feel my game is over
Brian Lara
on his ODI career
In this team, a senior missing
L.K. Advani 20 days, Murli Manohar Joshi 10, Rajnath Singh 28, Kalyan Singh 30, Sushma Swara ...  | Read..
Abuse battle begins at home
The Centre is searching for “out-of-the-box” — and potentially controversial — ideas ...  | Read..