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Andhra spark lights Bengal fire
The police firing in Khammam got further entwined with Nandigram today, setting off daylong bullet-and-bomb skirmishes in the East Midnapore battle zone that left a CPM man dead and another fighting for his life. ...  | Read.. 
 
IG leads raid to bust iron pilferage racket
Police today busted a racket of transporters and thieves by raiding an unauthorised iron depot in Devghar village, about 25km from here. ...  | Read.. 
 
Bihar seeks army’s help in flood relief
Bihar government has sought help from the Indian Army to bail it out of the flood situation triggered by heavy rain for the past 10 days. ...  | Read.. 
 
Court seeks report on counter-influx steps
Gauhati High Court has asked the Centre to file a report on steps it has taken to check influx of migrants from Bangladesh. ...  | Read.. 
 
Unfasten your belts, please
Branson spills ‘mile-high’ secret of liaison in the skies
Richard Branson, the 57-year-old chairman of Virgin Atlantic Airways, today admitted that he was a fully paid-up member of “the mile-high club” — a euphemism for th ...  | Read.. 
 
Sachin Tendulkar, who got out on 91, makes a face as he walks back to the pavilion after being denied his 38th Test century because of an umpiring err ...  | Read
 
 
I might think about coming back here
Mohammed Haneef
on returning to Australia
Big-buck buzz over Haneef scoop
An interview he gave last night might have made Mohammed Haneef richer by over half a crore. ...  | Read..
Crores for libraries
From the National Library to your college reading room, libraries will cease to be dingy, poorl ...  | Read..