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Since 1st March, 1999
Monsoon humbles Mammon
The screen flickered to life and the roller-coaster ride began: 14843, 14826, 14900, 14860… and then 15,007.22. ...  | Read.. 
Opp. smells Jindal scam
After Vedanta, the issue of alleged concession given by the Naveen Patnaik government to Jindal Stainless today generated heat in the Orissa assembly with the Opposition ...  | Read.. 
Rivers overflow, flood hits coastal villages
The coastal district of Balasore today faced one of the worst floods of the recent times after floodwaters from three major rivers spilled onto paddy fields affecting ove ...  | Read.. 
Leaders & babus on collision course
The state’s political scenario got murkier today with politicians and bureaucrats marching on a collision course. ...  | Read.. 
Sleuths sweep it clean
The special vigilance unit’s raids on the residence of senior IAS officer and secretary of Bihar minor irrigation department S.S. Verma today yielded Rs 17 lakh besi ...  | Read.. 
Ram resurrected twice in 24 hours
A man claiming to be P.C. Ram called his family in Ghaziabad to say he was “safe and well” within 24 hours of an Ulfa-engineered resurrection of the man who the wo ...  | Read.. 
New count halves HIV figure
Govt warns against complacency as numbers are still high
Public health specialist Lalit Dandona was biting into a chicken sandwich in Hyderabad this afternoon when India’s top health officials conceded that his assertion — mad ...  | Read.. 
Monsoon humbles Mammon
Pierce, if you can come back tomorrow (for the final)
Marion Bartoli
to Pierce Brosnan, who watched her beat Justine Henin in the Wimbledon semi-final
Race to save Kafeel
Kafeel Ahmed, 27, the former Bangalore man who suffered 90 per cent burns when he doused himsel ...  | Read..
Pervez in plane, bullets fly
Shots were said to have been fired at President Pervez Musharraf’s plane as it took off fr ...  | Read..