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CIMA Gallary

Farewell, farewell but no welcome

Stories abound about ministers in Delhi refusing to move out of their spacious bungalows long after losing their jobs. Now there is a variation on that theme — an ambassador who is staying put despite retiring from the diplomatic service....   | Read..
 

Maldives hits GMR, India furious

The Maldives has cancelled an agreement with Indian infrastructure firm GMR to develop an airport in capital Male, sucking New Delhi into diplomatic confrontation and a t...   | Read..
 

Dad’s pension for other kids

Children from an illegally wedded wife of a deceased government employee are entitled along with the legal wife to a share of the family pension, according to rules amend...   | Read..
 

Mumbai dares to act, joke is on Calcutta

Mumbai has done in a little over a week what Calcutta has been refusing to do for months....   | Read..
 

PM firm on deal to swap land

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today iterated that the government was committed to the land-swap deal with Bangladesh and sought the support of political parties. ...   | Read..
 

Punjab in dark over Panem

The ongoing agitation led by JVM chief Babulal Marandi against Panem Coal Mines Limited — a joint venture of Punjab State Electricity Board and EMTA Group — h...   | Read..
 

State’s only food lab on ventilator

The country’s food watchdog may be acting tough on several household brands for false claims of health benefits, but Jharkhand’s lone quality monitor continue...   | Read..
 
Farewell, farewell but no welcome
 
 
Quote of the day
He is a hero and one feels really bad to see fingers being pointed at him
KAPIL DEV
on Sachin Tendulkar
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Govt set for test, DMK on board
The Congress leadership today secured explicit support from its southern ally DMK on an FDI vote an...   | Read.. 
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Mamata takes mayor to task
Mamata Banerjee on Tuesday blasted mayor Sovan Chatterjee and all 11 mayoral council members for the...   | Read.. 
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Minister drives nail into CM's wall
Dissident minister Rabindranath Bhattacharya today launched the first direct attack on Mamata Baner...   | Read.. 
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Colonel comes to town
Patna has never had it so good, finger licking good.   | Read.. 
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Sikkim cheers for Deepraj
The 12-year-old boy from Sikkim who had become the first runner-up in a talent hunt show conducted ...   | Read.. 
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The right balance in Asia
What impact will President Barack Obama’s re-election have on the United States of America’s strateg...   | Read.. 
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Dinda replaces injured Umesh
Graduating from the standby status, Ashok Dinda has finally made it to the Indian Test squad.   | Read.. 
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Mursi could use Pervez skills
If Gen. Pervez Musharraf had been looking for a post-retirement job while in exile, it is likely th...   | Read.. 
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Moody's status quo offers relief
Moody's, the global credit rating agency, today retained a stable outlook for India but warned that...   | Read.. 
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Anirban Lahiri on his first girlfriend, holes-in-one and some!
Back in Calcutta after "almost two years", the 25-year-old Bong boy from Bangalore chatted with t2 a...   | Read.. 
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Blueprint blues for chaos city
Missing deadlines is second nature with Jharkhand. And the latest victim of delay is a new master pl...   | Read.. 
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Arrest iterates GNLA threat
The tentacles of the Garo National Liberation Army (GNLA), traced through the help of mobile towers...   | Read.. 
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Vendors rake in moolah as House starts
Aggressive sloganeering, provocative placards and soapbox orators have turned Mahatma Gandhi Marg i...   | Read..