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Tuesday , December 7 , 2010
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CIMA Gallary
Now you see a JPC, now you don’t
The UPA today scheduled a huddle with allies, let speculation simmer that a JPC probe was round the corner and then postponed the meeting but not before an apparently unaware Sharad Pawar turned up at the appointed time. ...  | Read.. 
India reveals council hand
Couched in a joint statement with France, India today flagged what can become its strategy when it joins the UN Security Council as a non-permanent member three weeks fro ...  | Read.. 
Don’t stand on ceremony
Napoleon had his high horse; Nicolas Sarkozy made do with a chair and a table. ...  | Read.. 
Centre issues airfare deadline
The Centre today directed all major airlines to publish route-wise and date-wise fares on their websites by 5pm on Wednesday, days after they proposed exorbitant last-minute ...  | Read.. 
Infy bite in govt purr
Infosys today brought the promise of 15,000 to 20,000 jobs for Bengal, giving the embattled state government an opportunity to protect its showpiece township of Newtown f ...  | Read.. 
It’s this lip. It’s hard to say
Barack Obama
trying to pronounce ‘superfluous’
French seek nuke liability clarity
The French company Areva which signed a 7-billion-euro deal with India to set up two nuclear ...  | Read..
Historian on the hunt for untold tales
Untold Stories, Indian and British, at Delhi’s National Archives’ Reading Room ...  | Read..
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SC notice to vigilance boss
The Supreme Court today asked central vigilance commissioner P.J. Thomas to explain why his appoint...   | Read.. 
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Wasteland awaits IT login
Bengal has again blurred the line between a promise and a pipe dream, banking on land deals with IT ...   | Read.. 
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Revenge mob on rampage at college
A mob armed with sticks, axes and swords today stormed a private polytechnic college in Burdwan, ra...   | Read.. 
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Highs and lows of job market
The state government has made a positive gesture by deciding to recruit doctors to fill up vacancie...   | Read.. 
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Hill set-up delay spurs GNLF revival
For the first time in three years, the GNLF today held meetings in more than a dozen venues across ...   | Read.. 
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The birth of freedom
The author is professor, Centre for Economic Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi   | Read.. 
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Edge is with the Indians
India may have already pocketed the ODI series against New Zealand with an unassailable 3-0 lead, b...   | Read.. 
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Hasina hits, Yunus breaks silence
A withering statement from Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has prompted Nobel laureate Moha...   | Read.. 
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Plea to ground Andal airport city
A consortium of steel makers, including ArcelorMittal-promoted Uttam Galva, has taken the Bengal go...   | Read.. 
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Kitsch and tell
What is kitsch?   | Read.. 
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Worries double for fragile ecology
The price of development is making green crusaders see red.   | Read.. 
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Truant killers put Dispur in a spot
Dispur may have to shell out compensation to the families of murder victims whose killers have gone...   | Read.. 
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Accident zone near CM home
The 500-metre road from chief minister Naveen Patnaik's residence ' Naveen Nivas ' to Punama Gate f...   | Read..