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Thank you for the visit, sir...
Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee finally called on Rizwanur Rahman’s grieving mother today, carrying the burden of police complicity, money power and his own family’s outrage and sending a signal to his party which is apparently standing in the way of rapid action. ...  | Read.. 
 
Ulfa peace hope relit
Senior AICC leader and newly-appointed in-charge of Assam Congress, Veerappa Moily, and writer Mamoni Raisom Goswami, two old friends, today fuelled hopes that the jinxed pea ...  | Read.. 
 
State tourism set to rock
Cricket and calypso made Caribbean islands popular on tourism map. Taking a cue from the land of Vivian Richards, a rock concert would be organised here tomorrow to promote J ...  | Read.. 
 
Posco hostage to people’s power
Activists opposing the Posco project in Jagatsinghpur today stepped up their agitation by taking hostage four senior executives of the South Korean steelmaker, but releas ...  | Read.. 
 
Di heart-throb moves on
Surgeon who could have wed princess to join wife in Pak
Hasnat Khan, the 48-year-old heart surgeon who could have married Princess Diana but decided, probably very wisely, not to, is quitting Britain and returning to his native Pak ...  | Read.. 
 
Jonha Falls: Fresh lease of life
State tourism set to rock
 
 
Rahul (Gandhi) is amazing looking. But I have a six-pack
Shah Rukh Khan
saying he is too good-looking to join politics
Go slow, and save nuclear deal
Apart from averting the threat of early elections, the decision to “go slow” on opera ...  | Read..