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‘Apt time for armed action’
It is official. In the latest issue of its mouthpiece, People’s March, CPI (Maoist) has laid down its plans to develop Dandakaranya (Chhattisgarh) and B-J Area (Bihar-Jharkhand) as “base areas”....  | Read.. 
 
Borders clash for coal royalty
The two-day meeting of the Inter-State Council to consider recommendations made by the Tata Energy Research Institute (T...  | Read.. 
 
Man of all trades
The “unknown Haryanvi” notified yesterday as the state’s special representative in New Delhi with ministerial rank, turn...  | Read.. 
 
Masked magic, empty seats
Nothing is permanent in this world, apart from change itself, and the ancient form of Chhau proves just that....  | Read.. 
 
 
Chhau fest runs out of steam
Royal family scion accuses organisers of hurting local people’s ego

The Chaitra Parv Chhau Mahotsav, which once had global audience, has lost its sheen. ...  | Read.. 
 
Deputy chief minister Sudhir Mahto (in picture by Pankaj Kumar) about to pray at a gurdwara in Bokaro, where he distributed compensations to relatives ...  | Read
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Gary KasparovDriven by imagination, you like to live in a land of make-believe. Serious, s ...Read.. 
Hoo Ha India!
The debacle of our team in the Carribean is about two weeks old. But I guess this is the right time...  | Read.. 
 
Artistes in oblivion set for comeback
He has played at both national and international concerts. But today, ...  | Read.. 
Collision kills 2, injures 5
Two persons died and five were injured when a van carrying 10 persons ...  | Read.. 
New plans on Jusco cards
J.N. Tata in a letter to his eldest son Dorab about his vision for the tow...  | Read.. 
Foreign soil for biz students
Students from the premier B-school have done it again. After a success...  | Read.. 
War of words on job rat race
“It is becoming increasingly difficult to retain a job in the contemporar...  | Read.. 
Senior team to ascertain Games needs
A team of senior officials from the sports ministry will be visiting t...  | Read.. 
Three gear up to make fresh start
For people of Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Bengal, it’s time to make a fresh...  | Read.. 
Battle of brains at BIT quiz
It was a battle of wits and the best brains emerged winners at the fin...  | Read.. 
No care for critical case
Bed number 236 at the surgical intensive care unit where 13-year-old J...  | Read.. 
Two strikes in one month stall RIMS
For the second time in a month, health services in the state’s biggest...  | Read.. 
Victim’s family faces lathicharge
Window panes were reduced to rubble and three policeman sustained inju...  | Read.. 
City’s canine craze for fortune favour
As if wearing rings and holding yagyas to cure malefic planetary co...  | Read.. 
Culture date with Bengal
Bangla Sanskritik Mela, which begins tomorrow, will be inaugurated by ...  | Read.. 
Blueprints for social welfare
While one president plans to open an eye hospital, others are looking ...  | Read.. 
Doubts persist after report
Clouds persist over the death of Neetu Kumari. ...  | Read.. 
Project to tap coal potential
Central Fuel Research Institute (CFRI) here and the BHU have jointly t...  | Read.. 
Job rivalry kills warden
Professional rivalry could have led to the murder of Chas jail warden ...  | Read.. 
Rebels sorry for killing civilians
Reacting to criticism for killing civilians during their attack on the...  | Read.. 
Trained to be entrepreneurs
Ratan Tigga, a resident of Kanke block, graduated two years ago. But h...  | Read.. 
Aviation firm for charter option
With a private aviation company in the steel city expanding to charter...  | Read.. 
Sweet winner in dance festival
The fair may have received a lukewarm response, but it’s sweet success...  | Read.. 
Stalls of issues, message avoided
It was all about educating the masses about issues, which residents pr...  | Read.. 
 
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