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Forgotten in Singur, without food
A landless farm labourer died allegedly of starvation in Singur today, bringing under the spotlight a group forgotten in the land war. ...  | Read.. 
 
Broken: Rushdie heart & home
Make no mistake: it is Padma Lakshmi who has walked out on Salman Rushdie, not the other way round. ...  | Read.. 
 
Patil ok, party pariah
The Left will sup with Pratibha Patil but it is shy of being caught in the company of her party. ...  | Read.. 
 
Posco supporters cry for security
Hundreds of villagers, said to be supporters of the South Korean steel major Posco’s proposed greenfield project, disrupted traffic on a national highway here demanding ...  | Read.. 
 
Job given for 642 days a year
Even a kid would have wondered at the simple calculation: a year with 642 days! ...  | Read.. 
 
Police outcry in red raids
Ruffled by the loss of six of their fellow members in rebel raids at two police stations in Rohtas district on Saturday night, the men in uniform are up in arms — they ha ...  | Read.. 
 
Gay slur on husband for Ranchi girl suicide
A 32-year-old homemaker from Ranchi committed suicide in Calcutta by hanging herself from the ceiling of her bedroom late on Saturday night. ...  | Read.. 
 
Extra cover for PSU staff
The murder of P.C. Ram after two-and-a-half months in Ulfa captivity has made the government realise that officials of all public sector units in Assam are potential Ulfa tar ...  | Read.. 
 
Padma and Rushdie in happier times. File picture
Broken: Rushdie heart & home
 
 
It is only because of Yuvraj that we are holding this trophy
Sachin Tendulkar
FAB FOOD:
Multicuisine at midnight

Fifteen years ago, the USP of the coffee shops in the five star hotels of the...  | Read..
Not cricket but a cracker of a game
India has seen Shoaib Akhtar. Now it can see more explosive stuff, bowled off a Bishan Bedi run-up ...  | Read..