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Fighting rages in southern Baghdad
April 9, 2003
Fighting broke out on the southern side of Baghdad with intense and lengthy artillery and automatic weapons
early o ...
Cruise missiles slam into Baghdad
April 1, 2003
A dozen cruise missiles slammed into Baghdad early on Tuesday while British and US warplanes targetted elite Republican ...
20 people dead, 200 injured in Arab-Kurd firefight in Mosul
April 12, 2003
today intensified in the city, which has a majority pro-Saddam Arab population.
US says Iraqis open fire from Najaf mosque
April 2, 2003
d on US forces from inside the gold-domed Ali Mosque in Najaf, but the Americans did not return
Marines face Iraqi fire near Euphrates
March 25, 2003
Marines came under cross
along a road leading north to the Iraqi capital and were harassed by mobile Iraqi units, o ...
US soldier killed in friendly fire
April 16, 2003
A US marine was shot dead after being mistaken for the enemy, the US Central Command (Centcom) said in a statement on We ...
Indian's Bangkok-Kolkata flight postponed
January 4, 2006
The Indian, formerly Indian Airlines, postponed its flight from Bangkok to the city on Tuesday evening due to some techn ...
Police firing in Vadodara
December 16, 2002
d to disperse groups indulging in stone pelting in Panigate area on Monday morning. The situation is under co ...
PM Deuba comes under fire from party
January 3, 2005
Members criticised Deuba for failing to narrow the gap between the party cadres and the ministers because of ?inefficien ...
October 11, 2004
A place that ever was lived in is like a
that never goes out. It flares up, it smolders for a time, it is fanned or ...
What's up with the book fair?
February 11, 2005
Benita Sen reports on the second most important event in
's calendar - the annual mecca of bibliophiles.
From Rush-die to Rush-
December 29, 2004
Salman Rushdie cherished his recent visit to
, a city he visited last in 1984. Benita Sen reports.
Booked for Bengal?
September 28, 2004
Benita Sen explores the reasons why the search for stores selling Bengali books can be trying, even in
July 22, 2004
Shoma Chatterji believes that Kali is a democratic and secular goddess. Benita Sen reviews Chatterji's ...
A new level for kids
December 24, 2003
got a new watering hole for books when the Landmark store inaugurated a new level for kids. Benita ...
India vs Australia 2nd Test, Day 2: Honours even after bad light ends play
'Delhi should've been Indraprastha or Hastinapur': Naidu's remark draws ire
You are beyond evil: Anupam Kher to terrorists involved in Peshawar attack
Christmas release of The Interview cancelled amidst terror threats
'Samjho kuch ghalat hai': Prasoon Joshi's lyrical tribute to Peshawar victims
Bigg Boss 8: Salman Khan gets annoyed with Karishma, storms out of stage
Diandra Soares evicted from Bigg Boss 8: Could she really be pregnant?
Sydney siege: Infosys techie among several hostages in cafe; negotiations with gunman on
Pak hockey players remove shirt, make obscene gestures at crowd after win
Peshawar school attack: More than 130, mostly children, massacred by Taliban militants
GSLV Mark III, India's heaviest rocket, successfully test-fired
Rage, tears and broken childhoods as Pak reels from Taliban massacre
My rapist is now an advocate: Victim narrates the tale of horror
After Delhi rape, Uber plans tighter screening for drivers
BJP rules out communal violence statement by PM
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