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Since 1st March, 1999
Salaried hit, Kelkar stirs political pot
The pen-pushing, middle-class sala-ried taxpayer is once again the fall guy who must bear the brunt of the government’s tax axe. ...  | Read.. 
Pratima’s voice falls silent
Folk singer Pratima Barua-Pandey, credited with integrating the hitherto little-known genre of Goalpariya lokageet into mainstream Assamese music, passed away today at a ...  | Read.. 
Speaker quit threat in Samata squabble
The low-intensity conflict between the Samata Party and Speaker Inder Singh Namdhari snowballed today with the Opposition charging parliamentary affairs minister Ramchand ...  | Read.. 
Intrusions into air space
Two Pakistani unmanned aerial vehicles intruded into Indian air space in Jammu and Kashmir thrice this evening, official sources here said. ...  | Read.. 
Reliance mobility stuns competitors
Telecom services ‘at postcard price’ go beyond expected limits
Reliance Infocomm set the cat among the pigeons when it unfurled its limited mobility service that it touted as a means of communication which would “cost less than the pric ...  | Read.. 
Salaried hit, Kelkar stirs political pot
I’m very very pleased to announce that the first baby clone is born

Claim of human clone
A company associated with a group that believes extra-terrestrials created mankind claimed today th ...  | Read..
Hindu rashtra reminder to BJP
It looks like a big birthday party at Kondhwa. But looks are often deceptive. ...  | Read..
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Delhi wary of Dhaka-Beijing defence deal
The defence agreement signed by China and Bangladesh on Wednesday is b ...   | Read.. 
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Open-court relief for jails
Sakina Bibi’s husband, Abdus, was arrested while loitering intoxicated ...   | Read.. 
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40 killed in Chechen suicide car bombings
Suspected Chechen rebel suicide bombers rammed vehicles packed with a tonn ...   | Read.. 
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Sachin still not certain
Sachin Tendulkar, who sprained his ankle during nets on Tuesday, is strugg ...   | Read.. 
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Newborns found dead and dying
Both abandoned — one gagged to death, another struggling to stay alive. Is ...   | Read.. 
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End of inequality'
The author is chairman, Centre for Studies in Social Sciences, Calcutta ...   | Read.. 
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Kelkar wants 3-tier customs structure
The high-level committee on indirect taxes headed by Vijay Kelkar has ...   | Read..