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Bullets fly as villagers tell comrades: Give us grain, not nuclear nonsense
Villagers faced with a food shortage today stormed a CPM nuclear-deal protest and beat up leaders, saying they wanted rice and not mumbo-jumbo on a subject they didnít understand. ...  | Read.. 
 
Plea to lift case in lawyer murder
On a day Arvind Guha, along with his family, was sent to jail for killing advocate Sadhan Kumar Chatterjee, a request to lift the case against Guhaís son came as sur ...  | Read.. 
 
Stray dogs bite into Ďcrematedí bodies
In death, they lost the right to live; after death, they lost the right for having last rites. ...  | Read.. 
 
Ulfa bowls talks googly at Delhi
Ulfa today stretched its blame game with Delhi to another level by claiming that either chairman Arabinda Rajkhowa or commander-in-chief Paresh Barua would have happily sat ...  | Read.. 
 
Cambridge eyes Indian cream
Calcutta on vice-chancellorís talent-scout itinerary
Getting into Cambridge, confirmed recently as Britainís top university, is getting increasingly tough but if a forthcoming visit to Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore and Calcutta ...  | Read.. 
 
CPM posters and buntings torn up by the villagers. Picture by Gour Sharma
Bullets fly as villagers tell comrades: Give us grain, not nuclear nonsense
 
 
They were shouting lal salaam
Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee
on the Salboni reception to Sajjan Jindal
Lal salaam to industry
Prakash Karat is far removed from Bankura to hear cries for rice. Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee, too ...  | Read..
Phuket plane crash ahead of Puja rush
A budget airliner carrying mostly foreigners crashed on the Thai resort island of Phuket today, ...  | Read..