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Bengal blocks Taslima
Taslima Nasreen has become a nowhere woman, hounded out of Bengal by the Left Front government that has refused to take her back. ...  | Read.. 
 
‘She wanted to be back’
Sundeep Bhutoria, 33, tells The Telegraph about his interactions with Taslima Nasreen over the past three days. He is the person referred to by the Rajasth ...  | Read.. 
 
20 killed as Guwahati erupts in violence, army out
The army was called out and an indefinite curfew clamped today after large-scale violence left at least 100 persons injured as thousands of agitating Adivasi students vandali ...  | Read.. 
 
Blasts kill lawyers shunning terrorists
Synchronised blasts tore through civil court complexes in three Uttar Pradesh cities just as Friday prayers ended today, killing 15 people, several of them lawyers who ha ...  | Read.. 
 
NSCNs ready to unite
Two decades of hostility seemed to disappear in a trice as leaders of the warring Naga factions met near Dimapur today to make an astonishing declaration — that the two N ...  | Read.. 
 
Steel city in top 10 rich list
The steel city has made it to the list of the top 10 richest cities in India. ...  | Read.. 
 
Bengal blocks Taslima
 
 
The W.B. police simply refused to countenance this idea (of Taslima’s return)
Rajasthan Government
Army on standby in hills
The army was put on standby in Darjeeling today and the hill town shut down as reports trickled ...  | Read..
Rally & bandh muscle under apex court glare
Politicians might lose the right to use “official machinery” or state police to enfor ...  | Read..