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Payoff suspicion drives a wedge
Rukbanur Rahman tried to distance himself from Pappu a day after The Telegraph published a report on the deals struck behind Rizwanur Rahmanís back. ...  | Read.. 
 
The recapture of romance
The lives of Uttam Roy, 21, and Pampa, 19, changed for ever deep inside Nandigramís trouble zone between the March 14 firing and the November recapture. ...  | Read.. 
 
Realtorsí Trump card takes a peek
Donald Trump is coming to India. ...  | Read.. 
 
BJP govt dies at birth
The BJPís first government in the south collapsed within a week of its birth after now-on, now-off ally Janata Dal (Secular) ditched it just before a trust vote toda ...  | Read.. 
 
Army loses Ďlethalí Sulfa weapon
Ulfa has plucked out the ace up the armyís sleeve. ...  | Read.. 
 
Koda races to pass Cong test
Staring at a two-month deadline to perform or perish, chief minister Madhu Koda today got cracking to send the signal that his government was not ready to give in without a f ...  | Read.. 
 
Spat over spit in Ganga
Little did Baba, as Shivanand Tiwary is referred to in political circles, know that his act of spitting in the Ganga on Chhath would trigger off such an unusual spat betw ...  | Read.. 
 
A member of a CRPF womenís squad during a flag march in Nandigramís Gokulnagar on Monday. The Bengal government clarified that the central forceís cam ...  | Read
 
 
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Nawaz Sharif
asked if he would have any contact with Musharraf when he visits Saudi Arabia
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Not so long ago, I remember writing about how there had been an amazing turnaround in Calcutta as fa ...  | Read..
Shakiraís hips shake up Afghans
A hip-shaking performance by the pop star Shakira has provoked a showdown between the Afghan govern ...  | Read..