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Since 1st March, 1999
Austerity axe on phones, cars
Seeking to lift Bengal out of a financial black hole, the Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee government today unveiled a slew of measures to check profligacy in the state. ...  | Read.. 
For class IX students, world can wait
There’s good news for bleary-eyed students of class IX --- the lucky ones will no longer have to pore over tomes of history, geography or civics, they can get away with riffl ...  | Read.. 
‘India-trained’ paraded in Pak
Pakistani police paraded a man today who confessed to having been trained by Indian intelligence and carrying out bomb attacks in the country. ...  | Read.. 
Advani to tap Sangh chief for VHP truce
Deputy Prime Minister L.K. Advani and human resources development minister Murli Manohar Joshi are likely to meet RSS sarsanghchalak K.S. Sudarshan this week and seek his ...  | Read.. 
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Police temple flip-flop
The investigation into the Swaminarayan temple attack skidded from the mysterious to the farcical w ...  | Read..
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Trinamul separation on eve of carve-up
A day before Eastern Railway’s formal bifurcation, Trinamul Congress c ...   | Read.. 
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Medical labs under govt microscope
The health department today tightened the noose on pathological labora ...   | Read.. 
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US’ Iraq plans run into French wall
The US hit determined opposition from Russia and France over its stance on ...   | Read.. 
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Common test for college entry
Even as education tsars advocate a move towards greater decentralisation, 1 ...   | Read.. 
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Transparently corrupt
The author is a retired air marshal of the Indian air force ...   | Read.. 
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Growth beam eclipses gloom
Silencing the prophets of gloom, the government today released figures tha ...   | Read..