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Flutter of terror
A flock of pigeons almost symbolically flew out of a 313-year-old mosque as a bomb ripped through a Friday prayer crowd of over 3,000 today, killing nine worshippers. ...  | Read.. 
 
Underworld implicates IG
A senior IPS officer of the Orissa cadre was today placed under suspension for his alleged links with the underworld in Jharkhand. ...  | Read.. 
 
Crude bomb rips Cyberabad
A powerful crude bomb exploded during Friday prayers at the historic Mecca Mosque here today, killing five persons and injuring 30 others, including two children, and officia ...  | Read.. 
 
Coal wage hike on cards
Coal India Limited (CIL) today set the ball rolling for revision of pay of coal workers employed in the public sector undertakings. ...  | Read.. 
 
No word for Dutt on blast case
Sentencing began today in the 14-year-old Mumbai blasts case with three-year terms for five arms couriers but no word yet on star convict Sanjay Dutt. ...  | Read.. 
 
Honest topping on delicacies
Series of abductions, bribing and duping have virtually eclipsed honesty in Bihar. But streak of goodness has not completely disappeared yet. ...  | Read.. 
 
Explosions rock south, east
A flash of light, a deafening explosion, shrieks of agony, blood — Guwahati’s central business district went through this increasingly familiar scene of terror for the s ...  | Read.. 
 
Seniors shine, not on screen
Sachin and Sourav fire
The unbeaten 80s, even if against Bangladesh, should be enough to open up a debate on the board’s vaunted youth policy. ...  | Read.. 
 
Pigeons in flight near Mecca Masjid in Hyderabad hours after the blast. (Reuters)
Flutter of terror
 
 
When I rushed out, I saw parts of human bodies strewn around
Rafiq
witness to the Mecca Masjid blast
Land leash on Bengal
Calcutta High Court today ruled that the Bengal government could no longer acquire land that is ...  | Read..