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Since 1st March, 1999
Basu repents labour blunder
Jyoti Basu today admitted having made a mistake by encouraging militant trade unionism for over 20 years from the tumultuous sixties. ...  | Read.. 
Tomatoes for cattle, hope on weddings
Shivnarayan Sahu no longer worries about fodder for his livestock. He feeds them tomatoes. ...  | Read.. 
AGP unites to regain lost touch
Asom Gana Parishad (AGP) president Brindaban Goswami and his predecessor, Prafulla Kumar Mahanta, today put up a rare show of unity at the launch of a mission to regain t ...  | Read.. 
Advance Naga team for talks
A 10-member NSCN (I-M) delegation is headed for New Delhi to assist their leaders, Isak Chisi Swu and Thuingaleng Muivah, in the next round of negotiations with the Centre. ...  | Read.. 
Bodo talks
Sikkim police’s prize catch Dhiren Boro has revealed that the National Democratic Front of Borloland (NDFB) was keen on talks with the Indian government. ...  | Read.. 
Congress opens up to alliance
Reflecting on the Gujarat debacle, the Congress today fell back on the Panchmarhi stand of seeking poll adjustments with like-minded parties outside the NDA to fight the ...  | Read.. 
A photo of the PM, not quite picture perfect
Nothing wrong with the idea but the treatment could have been better, say spin doctors and photographers
Surely, the Prime Minister deserves better. ...  | Read.. 
Shane Warne shows American tennis player Andy Roddick the finer points of spin bowling before the start of play on the fourth day of the fifth Test in ...  | Read
The Congress has an open mind

on alliances
Rajnath grave for Kelkar report
The Kelkar recommendations on tax reforms and the ruling BJP’s preoccupation with a series of Assem ...  | Read..
Hobbled hunt with sketchy details
Fair, slim, about 20 years old and around 5’3” in her shoes. ...  | Read..
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Mamata rally minus PM plus George
Trinamul Congress leader Mamata Banerjee is expected to launch another ...   | Read.. 
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Tower crash scare in Frankfurt
A man hijacked a light aircraft and threatened to crash into the European ...   | Read.. 
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Zimbabwe waters get murkier
Zimbabwe will spy on English and Australian cricketers playing in Worl ...   | Read.. 
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Yen bonanza for Tagore gallery
About a hundred years ago, when Japan was one of the first Asian nations to ...   | Read.. 
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Bush’s Friday morning
The author is former governor, Reserve Bank of India ...   | Read.. 
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WiLL warriors pull connection strings
The Tatas and Reliance have sought government intervention in securing ...   | Read..