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Withdraw, what withdraw'
The CPM central committee today authorised the politburo “to take whatever necessary measures” to ensure that the Indo-US nuclear deal “is not operationalised” but also decided that the onus of destabilising the UPA-Left alliance should be placed firmly at the government’s ...  | Read.. 
 
Weight of wife for Soren as CM
A chartered plane today flew Shibu Soren’s lawyer R.K. Anand and his family members to Dumka. ...  | Read.. 
 
Funds steam for rail projects
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has put a Northeast Rail Development Fund on track for timely completion of projects in the region. ...  | Read.. 
 
Student ST lobby courts rebels
Adivasi students of Assam are looking to militant groups to add teeth — and weapons — to their unsuccessful campaign for Scheduled Tribe status, just as the state governm ...  | Read.. 
 
Hon’ble MP torn from Rani
Quoting Jefferson, House panel frowns on liaison
Amid the talk of honeymoon and divorce, India’s Parliament found a reason to unite today — against an MP who took along his girlfriend rather than his wife on official t ...  | Read.. 
 
Their job is to protect our children but...
A day after young Sudip Kumar Yadav died under the wheels of a speeding bus, The Telegraph approached those who are supposed to keep Calcutta’s roads safe. Their response (or the lack of it):
 
 
Children are more disciplined than you
Somnath Chatterjee to MPs
Death no peace haven
The full horror of the phrase “fate worse than death” stares you in the face when you visit ...  | Read..
Bengal whets Abe appetite
Bengal served up its wish list to Shinzo Abe today, sweetened with rossogolla and mishti doi ...  | Read..
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