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Since 1st March, 1999
Players blackmark Mugabe
Thirty-five years ago, Muhammad Ali refused to join US forces fighting in Vietnam, saying: “I ain’t got no quarrel with them Vietcong.” ...  | Read.. 
PM punch at terror in divine cloak
Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee said terrorism was increasingly drawing its “ideological inspiration” from religious extremism and jihadi terrorism had become the principal form of terrorism all over the world. ...  | Read.. 
Envoys back, neighbours nurture ties
In a rare solidarity show, India and Pakistan today re-affirmed their desire not to lower the level of representation or reduce staff strength at the respective missions in Delhi and Islamabad. The countries indicated th ...  | Read.. 
Hospital parties, patients bear
Band blares at wedding of group-D employee’s daughter
Birju wed Soni. And new-born babies — and their mothers and nurses and doctors — bawled out in pain and frustration. But the combined noise — and it was several degrees above ...  | Read.. 
Henry Olonga wear black armbands during Zimbabwe’s match against Namibia at the Harare Sports Ground. (Reuters)
We are mourning the death of democracy in our beloved Zimbabwe

State targets ‘sick’ land
Bengal’s sick industrial units may finally be of use. The state government has decided to acqui ...  | Read..
Sonia steam for sluggish party
Returning to the city after five years, Sonia Gandhi today sought to rejuvinate a limping Bengal Co ...  | Read..
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French set for touchdown in Kashmir
The chief of the French Air Force will be given a taste of Kashmir thi ...   | Read.. 
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Border guards bust pushback plan
Police and the Border Security Force here have unearthed a blueprint d ...   | Read.. 
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‘Crisis of credibility’ rocks divided Nato
France, Germany and Belgium split Nato today by blocking a plan to strengt ...   | Read.. 
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Weather may force India to go in with 2 spinners
The Indians are set to launch their World Cup 2003 campaign, against H ...   | Read.. 
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Deep divide over DA in schools
A split is showing in the ranks of Anglo-Indian schools over availing of th ...   | Read.. 
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Getting it right
The author is professor of philosophy, law and governance, Jawaharlal Nehru ...   | Read.. 
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BoB move sparks hopes of higher deposit rates
The Bank of Baroda’s decision to raise its deposit rates by 25-50 basis po ...   | Read.. 
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Perfect union, but for pictures
Catherine Zeta-Jones told a judge today she was “devastated, shocked a ...   | Read..