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Sunday , January 29 , 2012
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AMRI quiz for govt trio
The government representatives on the AMRI Hospitals board and some of their predecessors will be questioned over the next few days in connection with the December 9 fire that claimed 91 lives, police sources said today. ...  | Read.. 
Centre open to Isro punishment rethink
The government today signalled it was willing to reconsider the punishment it has handed to four former space scientists for their role in a scrapped satellite deal, amid ...  | Read.. 
Lost: match, face & houses
If fans of Test cricket’s previous Number One side were desperately looking for some distraction after the Annihilation in Australia, the current No. 1 nation and one of ...  | Read.. 
Group of ministers want dam to stay
The Dispur-appointed group of ministers (GoM) today ruled out stopping work on the Lower Subansiri hydel project, triggering strong reactions from anti-dam groups. ...  | Read.. 
80% turnout in Manipur, 7 killed
Manipur today witnessed 80 per cent turnout for the 10th Assembly election, which was largely peaceful barring an incident of violence that killed seven persons, including a ...  | Read.. 
Google hitch dogs Saranda
Maps and their source are at the core of a dispute that is holding back CRPF camps and helipads in Saranda where a slew of development initiatives are to be launched once sec ...  | Read.. 
Fine tuning in South Korea
Ace archers Deepika Kumari and Jayanta Talukdar will rub shoulders with the best in the game in South Korea during a training-cum-competitive stint in the run up to the 2012 ...  | Read.. 
Belarus’s Victoria Azarenka with her trophy after defeating Maria Sharapova 6-3, 6-0 in the Australian Open women’s singles final in Melbourne on Sat ...  | Read
You stupid England team — I have lost all my houses
Geoffrey Boycott
who had said on Friday, “England will win — I’ll put my house on it.”
Mom dumps surrogate baby, gets him back
An American abandoned her seven-week-old son, born of a surrogate Indian mother, on a bench at the ...  | Read..
Rival reveres ‘uncle’ Singh
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh may no longer be king for the Congress in Punjab but to the party ...  | Read..
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Maya's jumbo trumpets into hill battle
A new, and for these heights, unlikely, species is prospecting Uttarakhand as future habitat: the l...   | Read.. 
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Freedom and fa-yaah
Chandrima S. Bhattacharya walks through the Calcutta Literary Meet   | Read.. 
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City mom and girl stabbed to death
A woman in her 30s and her 11-year-old daughter were today found brutally murdered in their rented ...   | Read.. 
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Nitish empowers state at Nabinagar
With the hurdles of land acquisition out of the way, Nitish Kumar today laid the foundation of the ...   | Read.. 
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The cancer of silence
this was going to be the year when I would not let fear in through the door, any kind of fear, not ...   | Read.. 
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Routed, team closes ranks
There's little hope for a team ostensibly powered by its batting if the only hundred (116) and the ...   | Read.. 
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US admits Osama tip
Defence secretary Leon Panetta acknowledged publicly for the first time that a Pakistani doctor pro...   | Read.. 
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Sebi eases preferential norms for MFs, insurers
The Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) today relaxed preferential allotment norms for in...   | Read.. 
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Rs 22000cr promised for uplift of cities
Chief minister Arjun Munda today announced that the government had plans to allocate a whopping Rs ...   | Read.. 
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Dictionary release today
Asomiya Jatiya Prakash is all set to release the third volume of its four-volume dictionary, Asomi...   | Read.. 
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Alpha-numeric hurdle for Odisha
More than 60 per cent of Class V students in the rural schools of Odisha cannot read a book meant f...   | Read..