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SHOWDOWN & SHOCK
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, appearing more confident and ebullient than he usually has in his four-plus years in office, today unambiguously stated that India would formally go to the IAEA “very soon”. ...  | Read.. 
 
India target in Kabul’s deadliest attack
A car bomb today rammed into the Indian embassy’s gates in Kabul’s deadliest terror strike since the Taliban fell in 2001, killing at least 41 people including ...  | Read.. 
 
Goddess of small change
Lakshmi started begging from the age of 16 but it wasn’t for nothing that her parents had named her after the goddess of wealth. Over 100kg of coins stored in four iron ...  | Read.. 
 
Only Delhi on Morcha radar
The Gorkha Janmukti Morcha will not accept an invitation sent last evening by chief minister Buddahdeb Bhattacharjee for another round of bipartite talks in Calcutta, par ...  | Read.. 
 
Ulfa expels three pro-talks leaders
Three pro-peace leaders of Ulfa’s 28 battalion were expelled from the outfit for anti-organisational activities and initiating talks with “colonial India” ...  | Read.. 
 
Agri mess shocks panel
The Planning Commission has criticised the Jharkhand government’s “unrealistic” plans for agricultural growth wherein only 10 per cent of budgetary allocat ...  | Read.. 
 
Pre-poll lolly with cheap rice
Much on the lines of the N.T. Ramarao government’s populist scheme in early eighties, the Orissa government today announced a scheme of providing 25kg rice every mon ...  | Read.. 
 
A child wounded in the Kabul suicide attack cries for her mother in hospital. (AP picture)
 
 
The world system is not a morality play; it is a power game
Manmohan Singh
Pepsi ends Sachin run
Pepsi has decided to end its innings with Sachin Tendulkar. ...  | Read..
Beheaded Hitler to be repaired ‘quickly’
Madame Tussauds will repair the wax figure of Adolf Hitler that a visitor beheaded at its new Berli ...  | Read..
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Caught in the great game
The following is the account of an Indian media person stationed in Kabul between 2003 and 2005 who ...   | Read.. 
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Spencer's strikes a deal
The 36,000-sq-feet Spencer's store whose inauguration was stalled by Gariahat hawkers on Friday open...   | Read.. 
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Price pinches, attendance drops
The double-digit inflation demon is not sparing schoolchildren.   | Read.. 
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Hoax bomb threat calls empty school
About 1,200 students of St Joseph's School in Matigara near here were asked to vacate their classes...   | Read.. 
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The bears are upon us
Huge sums of money are lost and made in the stock exchanges in a matter of days all over the world. ...   | Read.. 
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Confusion over Dhoni
There seems to be some confusion over Mahendra Singh Dhoni's availability for the tour of Sri Lanka...   | Read.. 
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Children hurt as blasts rattle Karachi
A string of small explosions killed one person and wounded at least 50 people today in the southern...   | Read.. 
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Ambanis fire missive missiles
The warring Ambani camps continued to shadow box today after officials from Reliance Communications...   | Read..