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Taslima ‘homesick’, CPM cagey
The CPM today said Taslima Nasreen was “free to come back to Calcutta”, though it stopped short of throwing open the doors fully, indicating that a face-saver hunt was on and the BJP’s gleeful drive to milk the controversy had begun to bite. ...  | Read.. 
 
Idris arrested, Sultan nervous
The detective department today arrested Idris Ali, the All India Minority Forum president who led Wednesday’s road blockades that snowballed into street riots. ...  | Read.. 
 
Dispur rally runs amok
Indefinite curfew was imposed at Beltola, close to the Dispur capital complex, this afternoon after violent clashes broke out between Adivasi protesters and local residents. ...  | Read.. 
 
State govt hails SC verdict on Vedanta
Welcoming the Supreme Court’s verdict on the Vedanta mining project, the Orissa government today said it would benefit the state. ...  | Read.. 
 
Former CMs urge Razi to fire govt
In a rare coincidence, former chief ministers Arjun Munda and Babulal Marandi today urged Governor Syed Sibtey Razi to dismiss the present state government. ...  | Read.. 
 
Kampala crown for Delhi
Sharma ‘selected’ Commonwealth secretary-general
In a measure of India’s growing stature on the world stage, its candidate Kamlesh Sharma today emerged victorious in a keenly contested race to become the fifth secret ...  | Read.. 
 
Roger Federer looks on as his idol, Pete Sampras, celebrates after defeating the current World No. 1 in Macau on Saturday in the last of three friend ...  | Read
 
 
Forget Nandigram
Lalu Prasad
Women pray in public
A clutch of Muslim women offered Friday prayers at a madarsa yesterday after they were crowded ...  | Read..
Fish curry & rice on plate
Stuck in a room in Rajasthan House, her future address still uncertain, Taslima Nasreen turned ...  | Read..
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