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Mamata tiptoes in hills
Mamata Banerjee lost her spectacles today but appeared to have negotiated the slippery political terrain in Darjeeling without stumbling in the first leg of her two-day trip to the hills. ...  | Read.. 
 
Bond with Basu name
If one project named after Jyoti Basu has underscored the divisions between the government and the Opposition, another has managed to bring closer Somnath Chatterjee and ...  | Read.. 
 
If it is a snake, it must be a slithering foreign hand
The world today got a chance to hiss some more at the Commonwealth Games preparations after the discovery of a snake yesterday in an unoccupied room meant for foreign ath ...  | Read.. 
 
A bride with two Bs for Varun
Varun Gandhi is poised to beat cousin and fellow MP Rahul Gandhi to the altar, and will be the first descendant of Jawaharlal Nehru to marry a Bengali. ...  | Read.. 
 
Mamata negotiates hill terrain
The need symbiotic, Mamata Banerjee today managed to keep the hill outfits — eager to be in her good books — happy without giving any concrete political assurance during the ...  | Read.. 
 
‘Power’ lost & restored
The most powerful woman of Bengal carries the memory of her “power” along with her so that even after she lost it, it was delivered at her doorstep an hour late ...  | Read.. 
 
Fresh encounter in forest
Two Maoist rebels and a COBRA jawan were killed in a fresh encounter in West Singhbhum’s Saranda forest this morning as CRPF director-general Vikram Shrivastava, IG ...  | Read.. 
 
Vigilance to expedite land scam probe
The vigilance bureau has pressed the express button to complete investigations into the Rs 400-crore Ranchi land scam, which is more than a decade old, within a month. ...  | Read.. 
 
Mamata stands draped in two khadas, silk scarves traditionally used by Tibetan Buddhists to honour guests, in Darjeeling on Sunday. (PTI picture)
Mamata tiptoes in hills
 
 
I am a satisfied man. I am excited…
Suresh Kalmadi
Whoosh! 260 cases on a day
A junior district judge in Andhra Pradesh has disposed of 260 cases on a single day, setting wh ...  | Read..
Monarchy stupid: Rushdie
Author Salman Rushdie has termed the British monarchy and its traditions as “stupid” and ...  | Read..
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