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Boardroom exodus at Satyam
And then there were five…. Embattled Satyam Computer Services today lost almost half of its board of directors even as the management’s efforts to slam the lid on a two-week-old corporate ...  | Read.. 
 
Dad out of way, Omar faces Delhi test
Farooq Abdullah today stepped aside so his son could be Jammu and Kashmir chief minister, but Omar Abdullah must now convince the Congress he is ready for the job. ...  | Read.. 
 
A battle won, Bangla braces for outcome
Her plucked-and-arched eyebrows flanking brown shades, pink chiffon chador over head with a wisp of grey showing, Begum Khaleda Zia has just cast her vote in the c ...  | Read.. 
 
Agony of wait outside intensive care units
Eminent painter Manjit Bawa died today after three years in a coma, but patients across India continue to receive life support amid a legal vacuum and little public debate ...  | Read.. 
 
Morcha wants ‘political’ talks
The Gorkha Janmukti Morcha today made it clear in Delhi that it was no longer interested in secretary-level tripartite meetings and sought political dialogue and repeal o ...  | Read.. 
 
Funds rush for water projects in Ranchi, Dhanbad
Water supply schemes for the state and coal capitals finally received the attention they deserved with the Centre agreeing to release part funds for JNNURM projects fo ...  | Read.. 
 
Painter Manjit Bawa, who died in Delhi on Monday. He was 67.
Agony of wait outside intensive care units
 
 
I think they concentrate a lot on talking when others just concentrate on the game
Harbhajan Singh
on the Australian cricket team
New Year leg-up from Britney
Incredible India’s sagging appeal has found its viagra — in a female Womanizer. ...  | Read..
Lack of sleep can affect person’s sanity: Study
Insomnia has been linked to feelings of paranoia — just as Shakespeare depicted in the play Macb ...  | Read..
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'De-escalation' sparks dead end worry
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Their rev, our reverse gear
What all other metros did yesterday, Calcutta is loath to do tomorrow.   | Read.. 
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Drivers in people court
The government will seek people's opinion on what should be done with "killer drivers".   | Read.. 
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How famous are the famous
Having just cracked the West Bengal Civil Service Examinations, the 29-year-old alumni of St Joseph’...   | Read.. 
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Some other reactions
The Indian press has carried detailed reports of unfriendly reactions from the Pakistani media after...   | Read.. 
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Balaji is too hot for Bengal
Laxmipathy Balaji produced a remarkable spell of incisive fast bowling to demolish Bengal in their ...   | Read.. 
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Israel targets Hamas power hubs
Israel's air force obliterated symbols of Hamas power on the third day of its overwhelming Gaza ass...   | Read.. 
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Private equity targets Satyam
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2008, AT A GLANCE
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