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Big Mac blows up
Shop owner R.Z. Irani watched a surreal “scene out of the movies” on Park Street this morning — a loud bang, metal and glass shards flying and a bystander tossed into the air, the back of his skull blown off. ...  | Read.. 
 
Red fear keeps Koda on toes
Reports of a posse of armed rebels present as civilians and a bomb hoax led chief minister Madhu Koda to beat a hasty retreat from a public meeting in Palamau today. ...  | Read.. 
 
Rains & rivers flood vast areas
Flash flood caused by heavy rain in upper catchment wreaked havoc in several places of southern and western parts of the state, while heavy rains are likely to lash the north ...  | Read.. 
 
Singh courts, Karat cross
PM calls Yechury on birthday, CPM chief talks tough
Sitaram Yechury’s 55th birthday offered Manmohan Singh a chance to slip back to his amiable self and give finishing touches to a speech in Parliament on the nuclear de ...  | Read.. 
 
The McDonald’s shutters land across the road, in front of Flurys. Picture by Amit Datta
Big Mac blows up
 
 
I had seen such scenes in movies
R.Z. Irani
owner of a nearby shop
Cellphone traps top rebels in cop net
Five top Maoist leaders, including one accused in the Mahendra Singh murder case, were arrested aft ...  | Read..
More bloodspill in
Four more Hindi-speaking persons fell to militant bullets in the killing fields of Karbi Anglong la ...  | Read..