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Since 1st March, 1999
Strike, what strike'
A lesson for Citu — from Citu. ...  | Read.. 
Flood unites hearts of women
The charity Oxfam today launched a £1-million fund to help flood victims in India, Bangladesh and Nepal, with the help of Jenna Meredith, an Englishwoman, who feels she i ...  | Read.. 
Strike on, but chinks surface
At 4 pm today the HRD minister’s office in the secretariat wore a deserted look although the minister himself had called yesterday a meeting to resolve the 28-day-old st ...  | Read.. 
Swept away, in less than a day
When the chopper came roaring above their head only six could cling on to it. Others, about 75, were simply washed away by an overflowing Buri Gandak. ...  | Read.. 
Assam-Nagaland border flares up
Pre-emptive restraint from Assam was reciprocated with uncontrolled aggression from the Nagaland side today, triggering a second flare-up along their long-disputed boundary i ...  | Read.. 
Blast in Guwahati
After showing it can plant bombs in front of police stations, Ulfa today struck close to the seat of power. ...  | Read.. 
Hunger licks Hingis
‘Fresher’ Sania proves a point
Hear it from Hingis: Sania’s still hungry. ...  | Read.. 
Workers make beams for the Tata factory in Singur on Wednesday. Picture by Pradip Sanyal n See Metro
Strike, what strike'
You should get your eyes checked
Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee
asked whether there was a bandh-like situation in Calcutta on Wednesday
A break from the B-word
Strikes in Bengal may finally be losing their DNA. ...  | Read..
Rush to wash stain of riots
The Maharashtra government has snapped out of a stupor to seek legal opinion on whether the Bom ...  | Read..