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Monsoon Wading
A dam built overnight by two mighty arms in the Calcutta sky burst when the city woke up this morning, dumping 1,950 million buckets of water in three hours. ...  | Read.. 
 
Indian airline strike called off
Employees of India's state-run airline, Indian, on Thursday called off a three-day strike...  | Read.. 
 
‘Fake’ kill, probe plea
Imposing allegation of fake encounter on Ranchi police, an Ara family has preserved the body of Dadan Kumar Ram for the past three days and sought the intervention of NHRC to ...  | Read.. 
 
Cycle bomb rocks holy town
Terror returned to Assam on wheels after barely a fortnight’s break, killing one person and leaving over 40 wounded in a weekly wholesale market at Hajo in Kamrup distri ...  | Read.. 
 
Contingency' Better send for Mrs Mittal
Steel giant makes Usha stand-by boss to meet regulatory requirement
If Laxmi Mittal and his slate of directors at ArcelorMittal were suddenly forced out of action, wife Usha will run the show at the $88-billion steelmaker. ...  | Read.. 
 
Monsoon Wading
 
 
That would depend on how many beautiful girls are there in the film
Ricky Ponting
asked if he would act in a Bollywood film
Court outlaws airline strike
Delhi High Court tonight held the Indian airline ground staff strike “prima facie illegal& ...  | Read..
Ally ache for Cong choice
UPA ally M. Karunanidhi tonight introduced an element of uncertainty in the Congress plan to fi ...  | Read..