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Return of limbo, not land
The Supreme Court today provided “interim” protection to Tata Motors, asking the Bengal government not to return any land in Singur to farmers till further orders from Calcutta High Court, which is hearing the main case. ...  | Read.. 
 
Mamata in cry of victory
Chief minister Mamata Banerjee today claimed victory in the Supreme Court directive stopping the government from handing back land to farmers who did not accept compensat ...  | Read.. 
 
Over to wise eight
Harvard University professor Sugata Bose today named a team of eight to chart the future of Presidency University, striking a balance of academics from the natural sciences, ...  | Read.. 
 
I am in charge: PM
Prodded by the party and public opinion to assert his leadership role and dispel the sense of siege, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh spent nearly two hours this morning ass ...  | Read.. 
 
Accord most successful in the country, says Mizo CM
With Mizoram on the threshold of 25 years of peace, its Congress chief minister, Lalthanhawla, today claimed that the historic accord was the most successful one to have been ...  | Read.. 
 
A holiday for celebrations
Mizoram is gearing up to celebrate the silver jubilee of the peace accord signed on June 30, 1986 with the Congress government in the state declaring a holiday tomorrow. ...  | Read.. 
 
Bhupen in hospital
Music maestro Bhupen Hazarika was today admitted to the intensive care unit of the Kokilaben Ambani Hospital after he complained of breathlessness and drowsiness. ...  | Read.. 
 
CCTV on the blink at jail
The CCTV cameras installed at the high-security Loknayak Jai Prakash Narayan Central Jail here stopped working this morning, throwing the prison authorities in charge of ...  | Read.. 
 
Choppers to keep watch on V-Day
The state government will be using choppers to keep an eye on 105 highly sensitive booths for the July 1 Jamshedpur by-election, campaigning for which ended at 3pm today. ...  | Read.. 
 
Germans stir coffee culture
In this university town where scholars began studying the Panchatantra and the Vedas nearly 180 years ago, Bhaswati Bhattacharya is now exploring how the Indian Coffee House ...  | Read.. 
 
Barricades being put up at the Singur site after the Supreme Court order on Wednesday. Picture by Amit Datta
 
 
That is me and Messi. We’re right up there
Barack Obama
after being gifted a No. 10 jersey, the same number that Lionel Messi wears
Hope at last for ‘dying’ water sources
Two Delhi-based agencies have agreed to act as consultants to save nine “dying” lakes ...  | Read..
IAF focus on China frontier
The Indian Air Force eastern command has been asked to brace for a major modernisation drive th ...  | Read..
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Nation RSS
Gujarat riot year records destroyed
Telephone records and logbooks with details of movement of vehicles and intelligence bureau officer...   | Read.. 
Calcutta RSS
Get set, go for Presidency
"Think of Presidency College. Thirty-two years have gone by, what have they done? It is the duty of ...   | Read.. 
Bengal RSS
Singur 12 return empty-handed
The mood in Singur's Gopalnagar, where 12 farmers were yesterday "identified" for land return, was ...   | Read.. 
Bihar RSS
Dust and noise plague people
The walls of the house of Alamganj resident Taposhi Saha have turned black, thanks to the stone cru...   | Read.. 
North Bengal RSS
Truancy warning to tea unions
Hill planters today sent a strong message to the trade unions that low productivity because of work...   | Read.. 
Opinion RSS
On another plane
Who killed Osama bin Laden? If we ignore the rich speculations coming from conspiracy theorists, it ...   | Read.. 
Sports RSS
French revolution
Pete Sampras, the greatest men's player of the 1990s, has had to be a good sport as his seemingly u...   | Read.. 
International RSS
Nato, Afghan forces end Kabul hotel raid
Nine suicide bombers penetrated several rings of security to lay siege to one of the capital's prem...   | Read.. 
Business RSS
Tatas eye Africa chrome mine
Tata Steel plans to acquire a chrome ore mine in South Africa to ensure raw material supply for its...   | Read.. 
Entertainment RSS
Power Of One
Sonakshi Sinha in Gaurav Gupta. We like the casual vibe of this jersey dress and we love the pulled-...   | Read.. 
Jharkhand RSS
Cane teacher faces the axe
Left red in the face by the cane antics of an "untrained" teacher, Beldih Church School today went ...   | Read.. 
Northeast RSS
Tough times ahead for errant doctors
Dispur is all set to crack the whip on government doctors who often give work a miss or simply do n...   | Read.. 
Orissa RSS
Police to double tow power
City police has decided to step up its campaign against illegal parking, which has become a major p...   | Read..