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Guard shoots SBI cashier and says: one more body upstairs

A 57-year-old State Bank of India security guard shot dead a colleague and then a cashier in front of customers this afternoon, apparently because he could not take their slights and taunts any more....   | Read..
 

Vigilance questions cosy port system

An arm of the Central Vigilance Commission has questioned the profitability and operational benefits of the model followed at a Haldia berth where the Calcutta Port Trust...   | Read..
 

Retail votes of rivals

Foreign direct investment in retail passed the trial in Parliament by sailing through the Rajya Sabha today, exposing chinks in the Opposition armour....   | Read..
 

Kalita convicted, Neog acquitted

The 150-day-long investigation and trial of the infamous GS Road molestation case ended today with a trial court convicting the prime accused, Amarjyoti Kalita, and 10 others...   | Read..
 

Court ensures unions back off

Faced with a court ultimatum, power unions called off their strike today, bringing to an end 36 hours of agony in 14 of 24 districts of Jharkhand, but vowed to contest th...   | Read..
 

Day of judgment too late for mom

Today, the day of the judgment, was significant, being the shradh of Gaurav Jyoti Neog’s mother. ...   | Read..
 

Panem promise ends stir

Congress leader Stephen Marandi called off their anti-Panem agitation this evening after the chairman of the company promised to honour all provisions of a 2006 agreement...   | Read..
 
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Child-friendly rape law debuts on ground
An 11-year-old Delhi girl will become the first child rape victim in India to have her case tried u...   | Read.. 
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Mystery of protector-turned-killer
Sunil Sarkar didn't just guard a bank, he was the custodian of his neighbourhood.   | Read.. 
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'CM right' on lips, man barges into courtroom
A middle-aged man waving a bunch of papers entered the courtroom of Calcutta High Court's acting ch...   | Read.. 
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Teachers hail moves of Singh
The high court's decision to quash the appointment of six vice-chancellors, including Shambhu Nath ...   | Read.. 
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First step in NH55 repair
The state public works department has said it has cleared the landslide debris at Paglajhora on NH5...   | Read.. 
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Ever resourceful
As I have recounted elsewhere, family legend has it that my grandmother and her sister were responsi...   | Read.. 
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Big test awaits tired
Former captain Edward 'Ted' Dexter wouldn't like England to contemplate declaring in a hurry, on Sa...   | Read.. 
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Kate prank nurse found dead
What was meant to be an Australian joke turned into a British tragedy today with the suicide of the...   | Read.. 
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Spectrum base price slashed
The empowered group of ministers (EGoM) on telecom today decided to slash the base price of spectru...   | Read.. 
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FASHION
Update your fall-winter wardrobe before hitting the party trail. t2 takes you through the season's t...   | Read.. 
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Comatose after crib death
A day after an infant girl died at the neonatal intensive care unit of Dhanbad's premier state hospi...   | Read.. 
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No longer safe in habitat
Assam and Arunachal Pradesh today launched a joint operation to arrest the culprits in the brutal k...   | Read.. 
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Location hazards fail to bridge gap
The foundation stones for three foot overbridges here were laid more than a year ago. But till date...   | Read..