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Terror drives into airport
A four-wheel-drive vehicle rammed into Glasgow airport’s main terminal today and exploded in flames in what police described as an attack, a day after a twin car-bomb plot was foiled in London. ...  | Read.. 
 
Property probe call irks former CM
The “casual” remark that a probe should be conducted into property accumulated by all politicians, including the chief minister, has put Anosh Ekka in the eye of th ...  | Read.. 
 
3 bomb blasts rock Tinsukia
Three persons were killed and 65 others injured in Tinsukia this evening as the Ulfa struck again, triggering three bombs in quick succession, in what security forces bel ...  | Read.. 
 
Worst fears come true for kin
When the news flash came on the television channel, Pravin Ram broke out in a cold sweat. It was all over, their wait had been in vain. ...  | Read.. 
 
Ram’s body dug out of pit
Seventy-four days after Ulfa militants abducted Food Corporation of India’s executive director in charge of the Northeast, P.C. Ram, police today exhumed his body from a ...  | Read.. 
 
iPhone butt of many jokes
Haves jump, have-nots laugh
Philadelphia mayor John Street joined the queue to buy the eagerly awaited iPhone at 3.30am on Friday and got his new gadget about 16 hours later, but the acquisition was no ...  | Read.. 
 
A child is escorted out of Glasgow airport where two men tried to ram a burning car into the main terminal on Saturday. Two persons, described by witn ...  | Read
 
 
It is satisfying, a wonderful moment
Sachin Tendulkar
on scoring 15,000 runs in ODIs
FCI official’s body dug out
A body dug out from a pit in an Assam village today was identified as that of FCI executive dir ...  | Read..
Debu drags in local link
CPM worker Debu Malik today said two of the four youths whom he had joined in raping and murder ...  | Read..