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Relief tinges tragedy
Relief among Indian Americans that the gunman who perpetrated the deadliest shooting in US history was not of Indian origin was tempered by news that a professor from Tamil Nadu was among the victims and that more of their compatriots may be among the dead or injured. ...  | Read.. 
 
Delhi sops for Koda govt refuge
State Congress chief Pradeep Balmuchu today cleared the air over Vijender Goel’s appointment as the special representative of the government in Delhi. ...  | Read.. 
 
‘Insulted’ by cops, man hangs himself
Harassed and insulted by the police, Kailash Raul (45), a resident of Randa village near Berhampur, yesterday chose to hang himself and put an end to the humiliation. ...  | Read.. 
 
Assam braces for chain of blockades & bandhs
Assam is staring at the unnerving prospect of incessant road blockades, rail rokos and statewide bandhs from Monday. ...  | Read.. 
 
In loss, a victory
Asian Games brawl after bid blow
Delhi loses, but “victory” for Mani. ...  | Read.. 
 
A candle with the name of Indian professor G.V. Loganathan at a makeshift memorial on the Virginia Tech campus. (AP)
Relief tinges tragedy
 
 
I’m more angry, to tell the truth
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a Virginia Tech student furious about the security lapse
Court bar on illegal railway hawkers
Calcutta High Court has asked the Eastern Railway to evict beggars and unauthorised hawkers fro ...  | Read..
Airport on PM tarmac
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh will tomorrow vet a Rs 1,542-crore proposal to turn Calcutta airp ...  | Read..