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Since 1st March, 1999
Teeth for forces on Bangla border
The security set-up along the border with Bangladesh has been rejigged with a record number of battalions of the Border Security Force being deployed. ...  | Read.. 
Tharoor off to a good beginning
Shashi Tharoor, India’s candidate for the post of UN secretary-general, who entered the race two years after some of his rivals, scored an impressive second place in the Security Council’s first straw poll for ...  | Read.. 
Young Lanka caught between delusion & a deity
In a seminar hall at the prestigious Peradeniya University in this former capital of Sri Lanka, students, teachers and Buddhist clerics assemble to answer queries from visiting Indian journalists. Most of them expectedly ...  | Read.. 
Karat for Castro 80th birthday party
CPM and CPI leaders on guest list with Marquez and Maradona
Fidel Castro will celebrate his birthday for the first time on August 13, when he turns 80. And Prakash Karat will be there. ...  | Read.. 
Agreement on battle rules: Jagmohan Dalmiya (right) and his challenger Prasun Mukherjee at Eden Gardens after meeting the CAB election observer ...  | Read
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RBI lights rate fire, loan pot on the boil
If you are planning to take a loan to buy a flat or a car, you had better apply right away as b ...  | Read..
Mountain out of a ‘mole’
The expected revelation of the identity of the “mole” to the Prime Minister did not c ...  | Read..