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Bandh brings dismissal blast
The Supreme Court today threatened to get a state government sacked over possible contempt, prompting charges of “judicial encroachment” from politicians while lawyers accused it of passing “casual remarks”. ...  | Read.. 
 
Bengal makes Karat kinder
Four days of Calcutta air have made Prakash Karat a kinder comrade. ...  | Read.. 
 
Dal 7 guilty of IAS murder
A Patna court today found Janata Dal(U) leader Anand Mohan and six others guilty of murdering the then Gopalganj district magistrate, G. Krishnaiyah, 13 years ago. ...  | Read.. 
 
Congress concern cloud
All India Congress Committee general secretary Ajay Maken, who is also the party’s Jharkhand affairs in-charge, today said the functioning of the Madhu Koda governme ...  | Read.. 
 
Mob justice for Ulfa extortionist
A mob lynched one of the lynchpins of Ulfa’s notorious 28 Battalion a day after it triggered four blasts in Upper Assam, killing five persons and damaging two oil and ga ...  | Read.. 
 
Indian blows tennis whistle
Retired UK player reveals match-fixing offer
Arvind Parmar, a 29-year-old British tennis player of Indian origin, has become the latest sports personality to provide evidence of what appears to be widespread corrupti ...  | Read.. 
 
Bandh brings dismissal blast
 
 
The Indians are lucky to have a leader like him (Dhoni)
Greg Chappell
FAB FOOD:
No child’s play

Comics is an interesting new theme restaurant that has come up in the heart of south Calcutta, near ...  | Read..
Marriage hounds in khaki, again
Police refused to learn from the Rizwanur Rahman tragedy and harassed another middle-class yout ...  | Read..