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Patent win keeps India pharmacy of the poor
A woman — a mother of three — from Jaipur fighting a type of blood cancer, a 40-year-old HIV infected man in Delhi, and thousands of patients like them in India and elsewhere may have received a lifeline from a Chennai court. ...  | Read.. 
 
Wal-Mart backstage debut, eye on front
Wal-Mart, the retail world’s behemoth from Bentonville, today tore down the barriers and unveiled plans to conquer Fortress India. ...  | Read.. 
 
Bypoll code traps Salkhan
Bahujan Samaj Party leader Salkhan Murmu is again in the soup with another FIR lodged against him for alleged violation of election code of conduct. ...  | Read.. 
 
CMs snub mine award policy
Convinced that recommendations on the mineral and mining policy would undermine the states’ interests and will embolden Naxalites, four chief ministers today demanded a ...  | Read.. 
 
Sonia to visit flood-hit areas
The Congress president, Sonia Gandhi, and Union home minister Shivraj Patil would assess flood situation in Bihar tomorrow. ...  | Read.. 
 
Water recedes, rain relief in states
Water is receding in Cuttack but it is still flowing above the danger level in the Rushikulya, Vamsadhara and Baitarani. ...  | Read.. 
 
All play, little work for Sanju
Plan to make actor director for freedom day event in jail
Sanjay Dutt will usher in the 60th anniversary of India’s freedom by enacting a play with his Pune prison mates, unless the big bosses put their foot down or the Supreme ...  | Read.. 
 
All play, little work for Sanju
 
 
Nothing more than Mickey Mouse cricket
Talat Ali
Pakistan team manager
on the Indian Cricket League
Chikungunya, after 44 years
Chikungunya, a fever that causes intense joint ache, has struck Calcutta after 44 years. ...  | Read..
Radical reforms in Assam police
Assam today took the first step towards setting up a Police Accountability Commission with a re ...  | Read..