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Steel city becomes squeeze city
The murder of shoe baron Ashish Dey today prompted Jamshedpur’s businessmen to compare the local extortion racket to the one Dawood Ibrahim’s D-company once ran in Mumbai. ...  | Read.. 
 
Cops not above law: judge
The police are not “above the law”, a British judge said in a landmark case that Calcutta police, who have dealt with events leading to the mysterious death of ...  | Read.. 
 
Sen apology
India’s ambassador to the US, Ronen Sen, today offered an “unqualified apology” to the Rajya Sabha privileges committee for his “headless chicken” re ...  | Read.. 
 
Son elopes, mother shot on morning walk
When Gopal Tiwari fell in love with the daughter of a rich businessman from a different caste, the couple ran away from their city unlike Rizwanur Rahman and Priyanka Todi. T ...  | Read.. 
 
Long strides from Jamshedpur
Sreeleathers was started by Ashish Dey’s father Suresh Chandra Dey in Jamshedpur in the early 1950s with the aim of making shoes affordable to the common man. ...  | Read.. 
 
Steel city becomes squeeze city
Boost for Haj
15 cops slain
Flight smoke
Rebels kill 7
 
Trilogy hint in defence of Elizabeth
Shekhar Kapur today denied claims his latest film Elizabeth: The Golden Age was anti-Catholi..  | Read.. 
Long-rope hint in Karat chuckle
Prakash Karat today suggested he would give the joint mechanism on the nuclear deal time beyond..  | Read.. 
 
Facelift for Rahul
Rahul Gandhi will visit the Uttar Pradesh Congress Comm ...  | Read.. 

Monica free to act, not Sanjay
Bollywood has got back Monica Bedi but will have to wa ...  | Read.. 

Housing hope for road
The developers of Calcutta’s largest housing proje ...  | Read.. 

Opium complaint against Jaswant
A complaint has been filed against senior BJP leader Ja ...  | Read..