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Since 1st March, 1999
Govt, army signal truce on raiders
The Bengal government today indicated that it would not press for civil prosecution of the army officers and soldiers involved in the vandalism of Park Street police station and would be “satisfied” if the defence force took appropriate action. ...  | Read.. 
Frustrated rebels blame it on Duggal
Ulfa has found a scapegoat for the breakdown of its peace process with Delhi: V.K. Duggal. ...  | Read.. 
Red pledge on firing anniversary
The battle against displacement donned a “red” look in Kalinga Nagar today, exactly a year after 13 tribals were killed in police firing during an anti-industry ...  | Read.. 
State picks 350 holes in Mamata Tata map
Many of the plots Mamata Banerjee claims were forcibly acquired from farmers in Singur are not part of the land earmarked for the Tata small car factory at all, the government has found. ...  | Read.. 
A taste of shy PM & prawn
Singh breaks bread and ice with Opposition
The “shy” Prime Minister is coming out of his shell, and the proof is the jumbo prawns he put on the table today. ...  | Read.. 
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I have an aunt who grew up in the countryside of South Bengal — near Basirhat — and has considerable ...  | Read..
Day over early in praise of 5-day job
State employees in Bihar and Jharkhand today hailed the five-day-week introduced by the two governm ...  | Read..