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Spat with new and old friends
When America gets ready to elect a President, it is time for Indians to keep a wary eye on their jobs. ...  | Read.. 
 
Russian row for sky room
From Russia, but not with love. ...  | Read.. 
 
October date for Posco project
A scary abduction episode and nagging land woes will not frighten away South Korea’s Posco from Orissa, where the company plans to start work on its Rs 52,000-crore stee ...  | Read.. 
 
Starvation stirs hunger bowl
Five people from separate families in Bolangir, suffering from weakness due to “starvation”, were released from district headquarters hospital today. ...  | Read.. 
 
No clue yet on Dumka girl’s death
Koushambi Layek loved watching detective serials. Today, Mumbai police are trying to solve the mystery behind the 24-year-old’s murder. ...  | Read.. 
 
SAIL offers college revival
Public sector giant Steel Authority of India Ltd (SAIL) has offered to revive a polytechnic in the chief minister’s constituency bordering Gua in West Singhbhum. ...  | Read.. 
 
June debut for maiden multiplex
The state cabinet today paved the way for the first multiplex to open its doors in the state when it allowed multiplex and cinema hall owners to fix rates of their choice ...  | Read.. 
 
Cops goof up ‘bomber’ identity
Doomdooma’s cry for justice to fake encounter victim Budheswar Moran seemed to echo in the capital city today when residents of a locality laid siege to a busy road to d ...  | Read.. 
 
6 die in January rerun
Ulfa militants shot dead six Hindi-speaking persons in Dibrugarh and Sivasagar districts today evening, reviving the nightmare of a communal hate campaign that set the st ...  | Read.. 
 
Missing in Cannes: Indian film, but only on screen
Stage set for soul-search on why biggest movie industry can’t impress selection committees
Nice airport was busy this afternoon as thousands of cinema industry folk started flooding in for what is expected to be a very special Cannes. ...  | Read.. 
 
Democrat presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton, whose party does not favour outsourcing, asks her supporters in New York to keep track of her election campaign by using text messaging. (AP)
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Vajpayeeji is not a politician any more, he is a great statesman
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CU gets first gherao ‘gift’ from principals in 150 years
An alleged slap has made 16 principals borrow a weapon usually wielded by students and break a 150- ...  | Read..
Bill to tackle traffic terror
Road rogues, be warned. ...  | Read..