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Race to court & shun Taslima
The Bengal government had opposed granting visa to Taslima Nasreen as early as in 2004 but the Centre overruled the objections ó a revelation that could aid the efforts of the CPM to wash its hands of the author and the Congress to occupy the ďliberal spaceĒ. ...  | Read.. 
 
2-pronged strategy by CPM
The Bengal government today remained tight-lipped about Taslima Nasreenís possible return but the CPM held meetings in minority-dominated localities criticising her ...  | Read.. 
 
Shame on Guwahati streets
A young Adivasi woman ran down a Guwahati street naked, stripped by ethnic rioters, while leering city youths clicked away with their cellphone cameras. ...  | Read.. 
 
Lawyers canít dump terror suspects
The Bar Council of India has urged bar associations to desist from passing resolutions refusing to defend alleged terrorists in court ó one of the purported triggers behind ...  | Read.. 
 
Tension in Assam, state stands still
Normal life was disrupted in Jharkhand following incidents of violence and road blockades across the state during a 12-hour bandh called by several tribal outfits in prot ...  | Read.. 
 
CBI probe into Ram killing
The CBI is in the process of registering a case and starting investigations into the death of kidnapped FCI executive director P.C. Ram. ...  | Read.. 
 
Taslima Nasreenís reading room in the Rawdon Street flat in which she stayed in Calcutta. The photograph was taken on Monday afternoon. Picture by Aranya Sen
Race to court & shun Taslima
 
 
We need peace.... Thatís why we ask divisive forces to leave Bengal
Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee
MI6 looks for ethnic agents
The British security services, known as MI5 for domestic intelligence and MI6 for overseas counter- ...  | Read..
Valley greens pad up for SA cricket safari
Next time, if you find Kashmiris clapping for the South African cricket team in any exciting co ...  | Read..