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Axe man attacks New York policemen  (25 October 05:48 am) 
New York, Oct. 23 (Reuters): A hatchet-wielding attacker charged a group of New York City police officers posing for a photograph yesterday, wounded two, one critically, before the assailant was shot
'Playboy priests' face probe  (25 October 05:48 am) 
Rome, Oct. 24: A scandal-ridden Catholic diocese in Italy where priests posted naked photos of themselves on gay websites, raided church coffers and sexually harassed parishioners is to be
Ottawa suspect was not flagged  (25 October 05:48 am) 
Ottawa, Oct. 24: The Canadian police acknowledged yesterday that the gunman who traumatised the capital in a deadly shooting rampage had not been identified as a security threat despite his criminal
Tracing NY Ebola patient's every contact  (25 October 05:48 am) 
Oct. 24: New York City\'s first confirmed case of Ebola has raised complicated logistical issues of how to trace the possible contacts of an infected patient in a city of more than 8 million people
ruling the dance  (25 October 04:47 am) 
Is there some ineffable magic in the name Gopal? People imbued with a certain kind of Hindu piety would answer in the affirmative: Gopal is the name of the playful and impish child-Krishna. In the
Sweltering strains  (25 October 04:47 am) 
The success of a concert or musical presentation in the city depends on many factors: the venue, its acoustics and its capacity, the season, and the presentation itself. The Concert for Peace
Decline and fall  (25 October 04:47 am) 
Puri illustrates one of the most pertinent reasons why there can never be a revolution in India. It has nothing to do with the sanctity of the Jagannath temple or the credulity of worshippers. It\'s
A nation without borders  (25 October 04:47 am) 
Though the word desh is translated in English as country, land or motherland, these meanings certainly don\'t cover all the suggestions implicit in its Indian usage. It could, of course, mean the
Union joys and woes  (25 October 04:47 am) 
Well, here we are still in one piece, the United Kingdom still united \' thank god \' and whatever a large percentage of Scottish voters hoped for. There was an all too brief and glorious union amongst
Welcome revival  (25 October 04:47 am) 
Each of the Bengali-theatre triumvirate of the 1960s-70s \' Sombhu Mitra, Utpal Dutt, Badal Sircar \' left a legacy handled differently by their inheritors, the groups they led. Mitra, the only one not
Two held for gadget theft in tech hub  (25 October 04:46 am) 
Salt Lake police have claimed to have busted a racket that stole laptops and cell phones in Sector V and New Town and sold them online.
Real triumph and trauma for reel  (25 October 04:46 am) 
The Kapurs of Ballygunge Circular Road had wrapped up their Diwali festivities by midnight, only for a phone call at 2.30am to unleash a fresh burst of celebration.
Cinema jewel carted away  (25 October 04:46 am) 
A bioscope on wheels that had held its own in the age of multiplexes and inspired an Oscar-nominated short film is rotting away in a police station junkyard since being confiscated last June for not
One in net for car theft  (25 October 04:46 am) 
A team from Bidhannagar commissionerate raided a house in Jamshedpur on Thursday and arrested a man on the charge of being involved in an inter-state car theft racket.
Work starts on Metro second phase  (25 October 04:46 am) 
The construction of the delayed East-West Metro stretch between Howrah Maidan and Sealdah started on Friday following a high court order.
Lifeline at 30, how the wheels turned  (25 October 04:46 am) 
Calcutta Metro turned 30 on Friday. On October 24, 1984, when the first train rolled out of Esplanade station, it had travelled only 3.4km to Bhowanipore. It covers more than 27km now. The country\'s
Diary of a Kashmir flood survivor  (25 October 04:46 am) 
IT professional Anish Ghosh, 34, his wife Paulami Ghosh, 34, and their five-year-old son Adhyayan had planned a drive to Ladakh via the Kashmir valley with family friend Avijit Ghosh, 34, a
STAR stuck in a la carte channel soup  (25 October 04:46 am) 
STAR India has told multi-system operators that it would take its 30-channel bouquet off the air from November 5 unless the MSOs buy the channels a la carte.
SRK delivers Diwali sparkle  (25 October 04:46 am) 
Aishwarya Agarwal got her Diwali gift from dad Rakesh a day after Diwali: a first day, first show ticket to catch Shah Rukh Khan and his Indiawaale dance troupe in Happy New Year. \"Nothing compares to
The decibel demon scored a deafening century in many parts of Calcutta on Kali Puja and Diwali night despite a crackdown on banned, noisy firecrackers.
Probe into forged CM sign  (25 October 04:46 am) 
Patna, Oct. 24: A probe has been ordered into the alleged forgery of the chief minister\'s signature on his official letterhead to recommend a Saharsa resident\'s name for appointment to the Bihar
Deer slaughter at Betla park  (25 October 04:46 am) 
Ranchi, Oct. 24: Three \"pet deer\", recently rescued from the home of Garhwa-based Congress MLA Anant Pratap Deo\'s cousin and taken to Betla National Park in Palamau, were killed in a vicious, pre-dawn
Virus tops discussions in Shillong  (25 October 04:46 am) 
Shillong, Oct. 24: Coinciding with the United Nations Day, the extreme brutality perpetrated by ISIS in West Asia and the spread of the killer disease Ebola featured in the three-day North East India
Co-op claim on MP lips  (25 October 04:46 am) 
Bhubaneswar, Oct. 24: The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) today questioned BJD MP from Mayurbhanj Rama Chandra Hansdah for nearly four hours for his alleged links with the money circulation
Sardar pledge: the usual suspects did it  (25 October 04:46 am) 
New Delhi, Oct. 24: The University Grants Commission prodded varsities to commemorate Vallabhbhai Patel\'s birth anniversary, drawing charges of meddling, only after itself being prodded by the Centre,