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IT spared strike by force
The question of whether or not information technology companies will function during Thursday’s general strike was settled today with the CPM-affiliated trade union Citu promising not to stop employees from going to work. ...  | Read.. 
Collector shifted, CM buys peace
In a bid to end the deadlock in the Sambalpur district administration, the Orissa government yesterday night transferred collector Vishal Gagan. ...  | Read.. 
Father’s crusade at justice door
The father of BIT student Abhishek Mishra who died in a waterfall has sought a CBI probe but said he was not blaming railway minister Lalu Prasad’s daughter Ragini, who ...  | Read.. 
Arunachal girl ‘freed’ from child marriage
A sessions judge in Arunachal Pradesh’s Kurung Kumey district has ruled in favour of a Class XII girl who had moved court asking to be freed from her marriage. ...  | Read.. 
More legal hurdles in stemming influx
A week after the Supreme Court removed one legal hurdle in the detection and deportation of illegal migrants from Assam, a few more have appeared on the horizon. ...  | Read.. 
Tata surprise at fury
Company expected Mamata support in party zone
Tata Motors says it has been taken by surprise by the virulence of Mamata Banerjee’s protest against the acquisition of Singur land for the “people’s car” ...  | Read.. 
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Fog on time, but pilots at sea
Fog made its customary comeback to the Delhi airport today, holding up thousands of passengers acro ...  | Read..
Hint of cracks in Corus delay
Corus, the Anglo-Dutch group at the centre of an acquisition battle between the Tatas and Brazi ...  | Read..