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Sen effect on land debate
Amartya Sen’s reasoning has forced the Opposition to tweak its logic for objecting to industry on farmland. ...  | Read.. 
 
Indian School of Mines’ overseas venture
A far-reaching agreement with Australian mining company, ‘BHP Billiton’, will allow students from Indian School of Mines University ( ISMU) to work as interns and t ...  | Read.. 
 
Employees’ strike chokes campus
Chances of a quick end to the university employees’ strike, which is already a fortnight old, appears remote. ...  | Read.. 
 
Just say cheers, uncork & gulp
Tipplers in Bihar have a reason to celebrate. Finding a place to guzzle will soon be passé. Liquor outlets paying 10 per cent additional revenue will be permitted to allow it ...  | Read.. 
 
IT big boss boost to state grads
Infosys BPO, the business-process outsourcing subsidiary of Infosys Technologies, today launched Project Genesis, a programme that aims to enhance employability of Orissa ...  | Read.. 
 
Relief to rebels as jawans ‘retreat’
Maoists have a reason to smile — the Naga police battalion has finally moved out of the state. ...  | Read.. 
 
Docs back, hospital on track
Nearly 250 junior doctors, who went on strike last week demanding round-the-clock testing centres for HIV/AIDS and Hepatitis-B at SCB Medical College, resumed work this morni ...  | Read.. 
 
Hoho bid to stymie statehood campaign
The campaign brewing in eastern Nagaland for a “state” distinct from the NSCN (Isak-Muivah)’s vision of “Nagalim” has left the apex organisation ...  | Read.. 
 
Kakopathar rerun in Lezai
Lezai Baruahgaon is doing a Kakopathar against the army. ...  | Read.. 
 
Shrimaan bows out of parade
Gender-neutral ceremony awaits Pratibha takeover
When parade commander Colonel Pandherkar invites Pratibha Patil to inspect the guard of honour as President for the first time on Wednesday, he will do so in gender-neutral f ...  | Read.. 
 
Mahendra Singh Dhoni powers his way to 76 not out on the last day of the Lord’s Test that ended in a draw because of rain. (AFP)
 
 
We got out of jail
Rahul Dravid
on the Lord’s Test draw
Triple tragedy at MLA tower
Call it the high place of death where people in high places live. ...  | Read..
Lord’s to Lara, board on notice
Rain saved India at Lord’s but there was no such luck for Sharad Pawar’s board today ...  | Read..
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