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February 11, 2003

He is involved in research of the surfaces and interfaces of condensed matter systems at the Saha Institute of Nuclear P ...
April 9, 2003

Multiple US intelligence sources saw Iraqi President Saddam Hussein enter a building in Baghdad on Monday and not emerge ...
December 29, 2004

Police believed fighters had rigged the building with explosives, an official said.
April 8, 2003

A US bomber hit a Baghdad complex after it was suspected that Saddam and his sons were there.
January 2, 2006

Thirty-two fire tenders and about 300 personnel were rushed to the area to bring the fire under control.
January 4, 2006

The Indian, formerly Indian Airlines, postponed its flight from Bangkok to the city on Tuesday evening due to some techn ...
January 3, 2006

Rescue workers raced against time to find survivors who were trapped under the roof of an ice rink that collapsed like a ...
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February 11, 2005

Benita Sen reports on the second most important event in Kolkata's calendar - the annual mecca of bibliophiles.
December 29, 2004

Salman Rushdie cherished his recent visit to Kolkata, a city he visited last in 1984. Benita Sen reports.
September 28, 2004

Benita Sen explores the reasons why the search for stores selling Bengali books can be trying, even in Kolkata.
July 22, 2004

Shoma Chatterji believes that Kali is a democratic and secular goddess. Benita Sen reviews Chatterji's ...
December 24, 2003

Book-crazy Kolkata got a new watering hole for books when the Landmark store inaugurated a new level for kids. Benita ...
January 2, 2004

The region that from which India derives in name, modern Sind is today a crucial province of Pakistan. Often compared to ...
February 5, 2004

PWG ultras vacated employees at Gurari railway station in Gaya before blasting the station building.
October 14, 2003

The road condition in the constituency is extremely poor and no new villages were linked with roads during the last four ...
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