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‘Mutiny’ brake on frontier projects
The alleged “mutiny” in the army-controlled Border Roads Organisation (BRO) has spread and run deep, bringing to a near-halt most key projects on the frontiers. ...  | Read.. 
 
Fine for Amar kid scorcher
If Amitabh is feeling the heat, so is good friend Amar. ...  | Read.. 
 
Third front call hits Marandi hurdle
Jharkhand Mukti Morcha (JMM) leadership has summoned a crucial meeting of the central executive committee to decide on whether to sever its ties with the UPA and join the ...  | Read.. 
 
‘Nil result’ rap on education system
After school dropouts, inadequate teachers and poverty, “nil results” seems to be the final blow to the already-gasping education system of the state. ...  | Read.. 
 
Kidnapped, on way to school
Pistol-wielding kidnappers plucked out the 13-year-old son of a Hindi-speaking businessman from the autorickshaw that was taking him and some other children to school in Son ...  | Read.. 
 
Now, rape case looms on Subba
Fresh trouble is brewing for controversial Tezpur MP Mani Kumar Subba. Till now, the lottery baron has been accused of murder, cheating and citizenship fraud. Now, a rape ...  | Read.. 
 
Guess Hu is ‘the greatest’
Subtle messages in Singh show of superlatives
The mild-mannered Manmohan Singh is not known for picking superlatives to send multiple signals, both to audiences at home and abroad, on India’s complex and somewhat un ...  | Read.. 
 
Shilpa Shetty gets a fatherly peck from Amitabh Bachchan — nothing that should make Richard Gere jealous — at Leeds. (Reuters picture)
 
 
Nothing is going to happen... unless China and India participate
George W. Bush
on greenhouse gas emissions
More Bengali than Byzantine
At first it may sound Greek to your ear, but if you listen carefully you can make out that the young girl ...  | Read..
A minus B = farmer
A certain Amitabh has been charged with dropping one of the most famous surnames in the count ...  | Read..