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Since 1st March, 1999
Court shows the way on bandh
Bengal is again bracing for its occasional tryst with lawlessness as two political parties prepare themselves to shut the state down on Tuesday and Wednesday. ...  | Read.. 
CM seeks Delhi force
The Bengal government has sought deployment of central forces to contain violence in Nandigram but at the same time iterated the need for a political solution. ...  | Read.. 
NSCN seeks federal tie-up
Seeking to establish a special federal relationship between “India and the Nagas” pivoted on a joint defence mechanism, NSCN (I-M) leader Thuingaleng Muivah today e ...  | Read.. 
State shield for double disaster
Experts today advised the Orissa government, which observed the 8th anniversary of 1999 super cyclone today, to gear up its disaster management machinery and the community to ...  | Read.. 
Serving life, Dara gets more
Dara Singh, who has been sentenced to life for burning to death Australian missionary Graham Staines and his two sons eight years ago, was today sentenced to life impriso ...  | Read.. 
‘Bandh’ panic strikes trains
A “goof-up” by the Mugalsarai division of East Central Railway about a “Maoist bandh” in Bihar-Jharkhand today led the authorities to cancel and diver ...  | Read.. 
Red terror claims 5
Rebels today killed five police personnel in the newly created Bijapur district, Chhattisgarh. ...  | Read.. 
Attack on mela revellers
A grenade attack on revellers enjoying a late night out at a Lakshmi Puja mela in Udalguri district of Assam left 12 people wounded, five of them critically. ...  | Read.. 
Students fight for leader
The All Koch Rajbongshi Students’ Union today gave the Assam government 24 hours to release its president, Biswajit Roy, or face an agitation far more intense than t ...  | Read.. 
Police parade before CBI
Sleuths find cops spent four hours at Rizwanur’s home
The CBI today asked two Karaya police sub-inspectors why they had spent all of four hours at Rizwanur Rahman’s home after his father-in-law Ashok Todi lodged a verbal c ...  | Read.. 
Court shows the way on bandh
The India story looks good
Manmohan Singh
after the sensex surge
Salary bait for rebel surrender
Shaken by the Giridih carnage, chief minister Madhu Koda today said the much-awaited surrender poli ...  | Read..
Mukesh richest in world, man next door not too poor either
The sensex smashed the 20000-point barrier today in another gravity-defying surge in stock values t ...  | Read..