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Singur enforcer in dock
The face of the CPM’s Singur mobilisation has been arrested on the charge of masterminding the murder of Tapasi Malik, a rising voice against land acquisition for the Tata Motors small-car plant. ...  | Read.. 
 
Party prepares for the worst
The Singur arrests couldn’t have been more ill-timed for the CPM, which was planning to hardsell industry minister Nirupam Sen’s “lukewarm” rehab package ...  | Read.. 
 
Career chant: I’m 40 going on 50
Policemen in Jharkhand get more active with age, perhaps. ...  | Read.. 
 
Trains on track as red stain fades
After two days of disruption, rail services in the Ranchi division of South Eastern Railway returned to normalcy from this morning. ...  | Read.. 
 
On a path politicians forgot
If Pratibha Patil makes it to Raisina Hill, she’ll be earning more on her first day than what India’s first President saved in the 79 years of his life, 12 of them ...  | Read.. 
 
Rebel Babulal gets life term
A fast track court today awarded life term to Babulal Murmu, an extremist, for his futile attempt to kill former chief minister Babulal Marandi four years ago. ...  | Read.. 
 
Call for tribal tongue
Assembly Speaker Maheswar Mohanty today assured House members that he would make “necessary arrangements” for the use of Santhali in the Assembly proceedings, ...  | Read.. 
 
Funds flow on progress path
The usual UPA-NDA spat missing, the Union rural development ministry has released in one go Rs 466 crore towards Prime Minister Gram Sadak Yojana (PMGSY), granting full marks ...  | Read.. 
 
Rebels lock doors, cops open
Manipur police today broke open two state government offices which were reportedly locked by suspected militants on Tuesday after the employees failed to meet their deman ...  | Read.. 
 
Memories of melancholy whores
The writer continues her reminiscences of encounters with sex workers ...  | Read.. 
 
Sport plays unifier again
Sania to partner Israeli after parting under ‘pressure’
Sania Mirza lost today but might still keep making the headlines during Wimbledon. ...  | Read.. 
 
Singur enforcer in dock
 
 
You take potato, tomato, chillies and put mustard oil
Lalu Prasad
telling diplomats how to make chokha
Sing Glory Hallelujah
As sunlight streams through the Great West Window of St Paul’s Cathedral, the giant images of t ...  | Read..
Delhi fires Bush Brahmastra
Indian negotiators on the nuclear deal have put the Americans on the mat by pointing out that t ...  | Read..