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Trinamul splits college cabal
The Trinamul Congress has breached another CPM citadel: the powerful body of college and university teachers whose writ runs over all things academic in Bengal and whose general secretaries often rise to become higher education minister. ...  | Read.. 
 
Carrot for renowned varsities
India may unconditionally exempt globally “reputable” universities from almost all provisions of a proposed law to regulate foreign varsities under fresh modifi ...  | Read.. 
 
PM to attend climate summit
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh will attend the Copenhagen Summit on climate change on December 18, heeding calls from world leaders who started piling intense pressure on ...  | Read.. 
 
Liberhan unlocks tour surge
Ankit Sharma didn’t need to wade through the Liberhan commission report’s more than 1,000 pages to figure out what it all meant. ...  | Read.. 
 
Sovereignty push on agenda
In a discreet move aimed at getting the much-anticipated talks with Ulfa off the ground, the Assam government has requested the Centre to devise a mechanism to incorporate th ...  | Read.. 
 
Support makes duo defiant
What was meant to be a government’s success story today threw up an unexpected public show of support for Ulfa even as the outfit’s chairman, Arabinda Rajkhowa, ...  | Read.. 
 
Job cry amid AIDS scare
About 100km away from the state capital, Chautha is living with the nightmare of over 50 HIV deaths in the last decade. ...  | Read.. 
 
Sachin Tendulkar’s wife Anjali and son Arjun during the fourth day of the final Test at Brabourne stadium in Mumbai on Saturday. The Indians are in a ...  | Read
 
 
We must not make historic blunders
Pranab Mukherjee
asking Trinamul to respect Congress leaders
YouTube singer to croon for Kashmir
When world leaders meet in Copenhagen next week to find ways to save the planet, a crooner from ...  | Read..
Tomatoes can ‘eat’ insects
Garden vegetables such as tomatoes and potatoes have been found to be deadly killers on a par w ...  | Read..
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Assam doesn't want S-word fuss
The Assam government has requested the Centre to devise a mechanism to incorporate the word "sovere...   | Read.. 
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On the waterfront
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Mausam weds, Malda turns up
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Fear in the guts
a laudatory review might derange a writer with vanity and a savage one destroy him with grief and s...   | Read.. 
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Kumar wages lone battle
Pacers win Tests, goes the saying. After watching Zaheer Khan and Sreesanth take turns to break the...   | Read.. 
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Virginia Tech staff 'alerted' family first
During the worst campus shooting spree in American history, Virginia Tech officials locked down so...   | Read.. 
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Mine rule tweak to hurt Bengal steel
The proposed changes in the central mine allocation policy may spell doom for a number of mega stee...   | Read..