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Since 1st March, 1999
Law on special courts for sex offences
Abandoning its earlier move to enact a law to award the death penalty to rapists, the Centre has decided to set up special courts to try cases relating to sex crimes. ...  | Read.. 
Manipur alert over night cry
The Manipur government today put the state on maximum alert as the United Committee, Manipur decided to go ahead with a plan for a night demonstration tomorrow against the pe ...  | Read.. 
MCC takes first step to unity
The Maoist Communist Centre today nipped all talk of its cadre having undergone a “lumpenisation” process and announced its unification with the Revolutionary Communist Centr ...  | Read.. 
Tragedy in safety week
On the third day of the Road Safety Week today, a minibus crushed three persons to death against the pavement barrier at the Park Street-Chowringhee crossing. ...  | Read.. 
Kite flyers caught in power lines
Citing short circuit, Mumbai utility pulls plug on dying ritual
Kite flying — already an endangered pastime — may soon be confined only within the four walls of the Bombay Stock Exchange. ...  | Read.. 
Astronaut Kalpana Chawla suits up at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida as the Columbia space shuttle crew prepares for its launch, scheduled for T ...  | Read
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Microsoft opens secret gate
What are the world’s two best kept corporate secrets' Coke’s formula and Microsoft’s source cod ...  | Read..
US evangelist stabbed in south
An American evangelist has been stabbed in an attack on a group of Christian missionaries in Ke ...  | Read..
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BJP B-team in Himachal test of strength
After the Gujarat polls, BJP president M. Venkaiah Naidu and his most ...   | Read.. 
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Rush to tackle potato glut
The government is exploring the possibility of exporting potatoes to S ...   | Read.. 
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Anxiety grips Pakistanis in America
An anxiety that has gripped foreign nationals from 16 Muslim nations i ...   | Read.. 
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We’re ready for turners too: Fleming
Having walloped India in the Tests and the one-dayers, New Zealand cap ...   | Read.. 
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History haul under hammer
The huge banquet hall of Sonar Bangla Sheraton & Towers has turned into ...   | Read.. 
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Symbol of strength
The author is an economist at the Indian Statistical Institute, New Delhi ...   | Read.. 
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Unit Trust carve-up formalised
The government today formally gave management control of Unit Trust of Ind ...   | Read.. 
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Year-end dozen in Oscar race
This year’s Academy Awards are still more than two months off, but the camp ...   | Read..