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IIT wake-up bell for backbencher Bengal
Bengal is sending fewer students to the country’s elite institutes of technology and management — the IITs and IIMs — than many other regions. ...  | Read.. 
 
Congress colleague denounces Dubey
In an apparently face-saving tactic for the Congress party, its senior MP from Jharkhand Mabel Rebello today termed the statement made by Dhanbad MP Chandrashekhar Dubey ...  | Read.. 
 
Hindu rites to rescue
When medicines fail, praying remains the only option left. ...  | Read.. 
 
Irani labels export as historical ‘blunder’
Director of Tata Sons and former managing director of Tata Steel J.J. Irani criticised the Union government’s decision to allow free export of iron ores. ...  | Read.. 
 
Independents unite, wield bargain power
Independent members are once again eager to prove their “bargaining power” in the current power politics. ...  | Read.. 
 
Dispur eyes private land for projects
Left with very little land of its own in a city where it requires more space for various projects, the Assam government is ready to heap cash on those willing to part wi ...  | Read.. 
 
From Japan, with gratitude
Abe to meet family of dissenting judge in Calcutta
When Shinzo Abe visits Calcutta next month, it will be as a Prime Minister and a grateful grandson. ...  | Read.. 
 
Rafiqullah, a 14-year-old would-be “boy bomber”, in Kabul after he was pardoned by President Hamid Karzai. ...  | Read
 
 
I have not thought about where I might stop
Sachin Tendulkar
on retirement
Indo-US multi-thrusts
When national security adviser M.K. Narayanan and his US counterpart sit down in the West Wing ...  | Read..
Tease protester thrown off bus in Salt Lake
A hotel management student who stood up to youths harassing a teenage girl was beaten up and th ...  | Read..