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Hurrah: Her & Harry’s
The presidential poll lacked the killing suspense of the seventh Harry Potter launch, but it did throw up a few surprises. And the BJP and its “independent” candidate were the biggest losers in an election that has given India its first woman President. ...  | Read.. 
 
Medics plot entrance racket
Two city doctors and a final-year MBBS student have been arrested for running a racket in which “scholars” with touched-up admit cards would substitute for aspiring ...  | Read.. 
 
Army busts Ulfa border camp
Intelligence agencies have long kept an eye on Singlopathar, which, because of its proximity to the border with Nagaland, has been serving as a transit route to camps in the ...  | Read.. 
 
Wizard spell suffuses all
As Potter fever gripped the world today, Guwahati was not left behind. Major bookstalls in Panbazar saw beelines of children, with parents in tow, to catch hold of a copy ...  | Read.. 
 
Cops come to the ‘rescue’
The similarities are too glaring to miss. Four prominent businessmen from the steel city get kidnapped in the last four years. Each of them was alone in a car with driver. ...  | Read.. 
 
Stray shell finds boy target
Had 10-year-old Vikas carried his plate and bowl to the school, close to his home, for the mid-day meal today, he would perhaps have been alive now. ...  | Read.. 
 
Medics plot entrance racket
Scholars flown in for a fee to sit exam for candidates
Two city doctors and a final-year MBBS student have been arrested for running a racket in which “scholars” with touched-up admit cards would substitute for aspiring ...  | Read.. 
 
Hurrah: Her & Harry’s
 
 
The election was a victory of principles
Pratibha Patil
Engineers defy DC
The stand-off between the outgoing deputy commissioner and contractors took a bizarre turn here ...  | Read..
Phew! Not so deathly after all
Yesterday was a sleepless night waiting for the book to begin. Today will be a sleepless night ...  | Read..