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Nandigram becomes lethal launch pad
Nandigram today erupted in its worst violence since the March 14 killings, with the police taking the bullets this time as land protesters stormed CPM-dominated Khejuri. ...  | Read.. 
 
Lady in distress left in lurch
It is common knowledge that a loot victim expresses concern over cash and valuables lost, but a widow, who was looted at her residence in Chutia today, expressed concern ...  | Read.. 
 
Teenagers ferry arms, ammo
What LTTE has been doing for years in Jaffna, local criminal gangs have started it here: rope in teenagers to ferry arms and ammo. ...  | Read.. 
 
Third front to corner Naveen
Biju Janata Dal under chief minister Naveen Patnaik seems to be invincible at the moment. ...  | Read.. 
 
No deaths, only bruised ego
For once, it was a blast that did not kill or leave anybody wounded. But Ulfa’s umpteenth bicycle bomb certainly left police with a bruised ego. ...  | Read.. 
 
Madam, you may fly a MiG
Supreme commander can do what women aren’t allowed to
When Indira Gandhi took the country to war against Pakistan in 1971, a political commentator dubbed her the only “man” in her cabinet. ...  | Read.. 
 
The Evening Standard cover featuring Padma Lakshmi
Sir has a chance to keep the lady
 
 
Fantastic, fantastic
A.P.J. Abdul Kalam
on the UPA nominating Pratibha Patil for President
Sir has a chance to keep the lady
Britain is showing two fingers to the Ayatollah Khomeini’s successors in Teheran by giving ...  | Read..
Medical JEE three-time limit
Samir Singha had better thank his lucky stars. Had the 2000 HS graduate flunked the joint entra ...  | Read..