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Britain fallout on BPO deals
Bangalore’s link to the UK car-bomb plots is beginning to bite — it has cost at least one BPO two British contracts it was on the verge of sewing up after weeks of negotiations. ...  | Read.. 
 
College freedom with fetters
Presidency College will get autonomy but some parts will still be tied to the apron strings of the nanny state. ...  | Read.. 
 
Nilgai calf falls prey to flood in zoo
A four-month-old female nilgai calf died at the Tata Steel Zoological Park late last night. ...  | Read.. 
 
Muslims seek ST status
Tribals who converted and embraced Islam should also be given the status of Scheduled Tribes, demanded Ali Anwar, Rajya Sabha member from Bihar. ...  | Read.. 
 
State dials Centre for flood recce
The state government today requested the Centre to depute a team to make an on-the-spot assessment of extensive damage caused by the devastating flood in north Orissa as ...  | Read.. 
 
Varsity site spammed
Spams certainly help draw attention. They can land you in trouble, too. ...  | Read.. 
 
Confusion over body
In a fresh twist to the abduction case of P.C. Ram, a villager confessed to police today that a body dug out from a pit in Baksa district on June 30 was that of an army ...  | Read.. 
 
Delhi ‘profiles’ to protect
Police booklet for Northeast students betrays prejudices
A strange tribe has Delhi police worried. Their women don’t cover up enough, they mix with no one and, officers say, their food smells so awful that it is a threat to p ...  | Read.. 
 
From Mulayam Singh Yadav (extreme left) to Sonia Gandhi (extreme right), a cross-section of politicians at the funeral of Chandra Shekhar on Monday. P ...  | Read
 
 
We are not afraid of European car makers
Ratan Tata
Samadhi politics finds Shekhar special place
If Rajiv Gandhi toppled Chandra Shekhar, Sonia Gandhi’s Congress-led government is paying ...  | Read..