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A case for second post-mortem
The CID has promised to solve the mystery over Rizwanur Rahman’s death by next week, when it submits its final report. Although CID officers were tight-lipped about the findings, sources in the department have told The Telegraph the report will conclude Rizwanur had committed suicide. ...  | Read.. 
 
Eastward ho for airline
Air India is lending its wings to a major initiative by the Centre to spread the benefits of its Look East policy across the eastern region. ...  | Read.. 
 
NTPC men rescued, cop role doubtful
The police who claimed to “rescue” the two abducted officials of NTPC, Farakka, and their driver last night remained busy throughout the day in “brainwashi ...  | Read.. 
 
Anti-Posco brigade holds road workers
Eleven persons, including 10 contract workers engaged to construct a wooden bridge in the proposed steel plant site of South Korean steel maker Posco in Jagatsinghpur, ha ...  | Read.. 
 
Vanishing act stumps IAF
Noktempong Jamir, 26, showed no sign of a man who could possibly disappear from a training programme. ...  | Read.. 
 
Nuclear detour, the untold story
Tactical shift not because of Left but to sidestep non-proliferation trap
The Indo-US nuclear deal is not dead. ...  | Read.. 
 
Rizwanur Rahman’s mother Kishwar Jahan breaks down on Id at her home. Recalling how she used to celebrate the occasion with her son, she asked: “My son was murdered…. The chief minister has promised to punish the killers. But will he'” Picture by Amit Datta
A case for second post-mortem
 
 
Frankly, the deal is not important. The government is important
M. Karunanidhi
Multiplex bloodshed in small-town blast replay
A bomb ripped through a hall in a Ludhiana multiplex this evening, killing a child and five adults ...  | Read..