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December 27, 2006
Two years on, tsunami victims rebuild their lives
'A visit to Kanyakumari, one of the most affected areas in the 2004 tsunami.'
December 26, 2006
1971 War: How the US tried to corner India
'The Indians are bastards anyway. They are plotting a war.'
December 22, 2006
Top 10 holiday spots
Wonderful destinations. Some known. Some not so well known.
December 21, 2006
Things that made us angry this year
Hundreds killed by terrorists. Farmers committed suicide. A professor beaten to death.
December 20, 2006
A city that has shed too much blood
Four stories that take you behind the scenes of Mumbai's latest tryst with organised terror.
December 14, 2006
'Muslims have been told their place is nearer to Dalits'
Many leaders argued that as the elections got over, Muslims and their problems were forgotten. Their anti-BJP stance is beneficial only for the party opposing the BJP and not to Muslims, they pointed out.
Exclusive: A War Hero Speaks
J F R Jacob
looks back at the 1971 war.
December 13, 2006
The people who swung the N-deal
Meet the folks who made the legislation possible.
December 12, 2006
Events that shaped 2006
The Bush visit, the Mumbai blasts...
The first Indian to be Miss World
It was 40 years ago this year. An exclusive encounter with
December 11, 2006
'He taught us not only how to live, but how to die'
'He was the first captain of independent India's navy to go down with his ship, and hopefully the last.'
December 07, 2006
'We thanked our stars that the jail walls were solid enough not to let anyone in'
'Every time news of riots in PoW camps in India and the killing of Pakistanis reached Lyallpur, huge crowds would throng the Lyallpur jail gates, thirsting for revenge.'
December 06, 2006
'The Dalit movement is much more intense and dangerous now'
The struggle for identity and economic freedom keeps the Dalits volatile.
Memories of a Prisoner of War
, then a young captain, was captured by Pakistani soldiers two days after the 1971 war broke out.
'I call the HIV virus my friend'
K K Abraham dreams of a stigma-free, economically independent life for all HIV positive people
December 04, 2006
US honours Zubin Mehta
The Mumbai-born maestro becomes the first Indian American to be recognised after The John F Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts instituted the awards 28 years ago.
December 01, 2006
India has the 2nd most cases of AIDS in the world
Tamil Nadu has the most number of AIDS cases in the country (52,036), followed by Andhra Pradesh (15,099), Maharashtra (14,325) and Mumbai (10,362).
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