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Since 1st March, 1999
Buddha’s heart bleeds at last
“Normal” metamorphosed overnight into “appalling” as Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee woke up to the damage that 48 hours of silence has done to his enviable record as chief minister. ...  | Read.. 
Manipur takes e-lottery plunge
Seduced by the market potential of online lotteries, another cash-strapped state of the Northeast today took the gamble of entering into a contentious agreement with a privat ...  | Read.. 
Manisha twin spills beans
Manisha Koirala today knocked on the doors of the National Commission for Women, seeking justice as a “woman and an actress” for being depicted in an obscene manner in the Ek Chhoti Si Love Story even as her doubl ...  | Read.. 
Cannes starburst on Kalitala kids
From Martin to Melanie, celebrities flock to dinner hosted by Sting’s wife
The setting was Cannes, the sentiment Kalitala. ...  | Read.. 
Namita Pande breaks down outside the hospital after her niece was denied treatment on the ground that she went on television, complaining about the conditions inside. She alleged that a doctor told her to get the child treated by “reporters you complained to”. Picture by Amit Datta
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ICC close to deal with players
The International Cricket Council (ICC) and the Indian cricketers are on the verge of a settlem ...  | Read..
Major general under probe
The army has ordered a court of inquiry into the procurement of information technology systems ...  | Read..
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Sangh loads economy gun
Prominent fronts of the RSS plan to launch separate agitations for fou ...   | Read.. 
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Under fire, People’s War takes back talks offer
Scathed by a tough police campaign, the People’s War has withdrawn its off ...   | Read.. 
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Pak raid for al Qaida men draws blank
Pakistani paramilitary troops raided a village in a tribal region borderin ...   | Read.. 
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India humble Pakistan 3-2
Playing their best hockey in the tournament so far, India pipped Pakistan ...   | Read.. 
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Exit doors thrown open
It was Fortress B.C. Roy Memorial Hospital for Children on Wednesday, after ...   | Read.. 
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Measured corruption
Few in the ruling circles here will throw a fit on reading the Berlin-based ...   | Read.. 
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Payout trickle dilutes US-64 dollops
Hope-starved investors who have been promised dividends that flow into ...   | Read.. 
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Mira’s 9/11 courts Venice trouble
Mira Nair looks set to contribute her bit to the next burgeoning contr ...   | Read..