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Since 1st March, 1999
Oil selloff slips on legal ground
Acts of the past visited the government with a vengeance today when the Supreme Court stalled the sale of Hindustan Petroleum and Bharat Petroleum on a legal point and not in an indictment of the policy of divestment, which it made clear. ...  | Read.. 
CM turns to Advani after Atal
Disappointed with Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee’s “reluctance” to attend the third statehood day celebrations on November 15, chief minister Arjun Munda today knock ...  | Read.. 
Jamir fire at Delhi over BJP surge
Intended to be a regrouping exercise, the first North Eastern Congress Co-ordination Committee conclave in two years witnessed more acrimony than unity on the first day ...  | Read.. 
Dairy titans lock horns, milk dries up
Bengal faces shortage and price increase as Pujas draw near
Production is down, supply is on the slide and prices are on the up — urban Bengal is on the brink of a major milk crisis. ...  | Read.. 
Anju Bobby George at a felicitation in New Delhi on Tuesday. Anju won the women’s long jump bronze at the World Championship in Paris, the first India ...  | Read
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‘Festive’ slash in cola prices
A customer walks into a sweet shop in Bhowanipore and asks for a glass of lassi. “Why buy a las ...  | Read..
All beverages under JPC eye
The joint parliamentary committee probing pesticide contamination in soft drinks has expanded t ...  | Read..
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Zahira sister & allies get security, at last
The Gujarat government has provided police protection to a high court ...   | Read.. 
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Buddha sings praise of private purse
Carrying forward its promise of involving the private sector not just ...   | Read.. 
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US troops lose Iraqi hearts in raid
US troops lost the hearts and minds of some Iraqis today in aggressive pre ...   | Read.. 
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IFA lets off players lightly
IFA secretary Subrata Dutta’s talks of the state body getting tough on ...   | Read.. 
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UGC XI clash with govt team
The city’s premier colleges, often denied due recognition by the state g ...   | Read.. 
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Digging in the dark
The protests had rung out more than a decade ago. Ever since the miraculous ...   | Read.. 
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Gored by the gavel, petro twins tank on trading floor
HPCL and BPCL were savaged on the trading floor today after the Supreme Co ...   | Read..