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Result clear, verdict neutral
Haldia voted as if Nandigram had never happened. ...  | Read.. 
 
Mittal puts steel plants on course
ArcelorMittal chief executive Lakshmi N. Mittal today said his firmís two steel plants in Orissa and Jharkhand with 10million-tonne capacity each are on course and hoped ...  | Read.. 
 
Tamed jumbos turn killers
Two domesticated elephants turned roguish without warning and killed eight persons in Assamís Cachar district as forest officials waited interminably for permission from ...  | Read.. 
 
Sinister tower in water
A three-storey-tall lump of solidified fly ash today lay submerged in the depths of the Hooghly, threatening to defile its waters and defying the frantic efforts of a team ...  | Read.. 
 
Indiaís first woman President Pratibha Patil takes a ceremonial ride to Rashtrapati Bhavan on Wednesday. A few kilometres away, Indiaís symbol of woma ...  | Read
 
 
I would like to see every person, boy and girl, to be touched by modern education
Pratibha Patil
Bird flu outbreak on Manipur farm
Barely three months after the Manipur government set up a special cell to monitor the entry of pou ...  | Read..
Himesh on hit list over TV show
Himesh Reshammiya, who apparently refused to back a gangsterís nominee on talent show S ...  | Read..