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October 27, 2006
Spare a thought for the innocent who died
As we return to our work places, schools or colleges after celebrating Diwali and Eid, spare a thought for the loved ones of those who died last Diwali. Those, for whom the joys of a festival has lost all meaning. Forever.

October 26, 2006
Iraq: An Indian's story
In his new book Iraq: Beyond The Headlines, Rajiv Chandrasekaran, The Washington Post's former Baghdad bureau chief, exposes just where and why America went wrong.

October 20, 2006
Exclusive: How the Delhi blasts case was cracked
A recount of the police investigations into the 2005 diwali blasts.

October 19, 2006
India's Heroes: Handicapped by life, he provides hope
Most feel that only the disabled could help other disabled. The physically able helped but only sometimes.

Postcards from the killing fields
'Danger. Mines.' T-shirts bearing those words can be seen all along the streets in Cambodia. The Cambodian Mine Action Centre estimates there may be as many as 6 million mines in the country.

October 14, 2006
'Kalam is the greatest human being I have met'
Dr Y S Rajan, principal adviser to the Confederation of Indian Industry, speaks to rediff.com Managing Editor George Iype on his friendship of 40 years with President A P J Abdul Kalam.

October 11, 2006
Her mother's daughter
Kiran Desai on her mother Anita Desai's influence on her work.

October 10, 2006
Is it chikungunya in Kerala, is it not?
After three weeks of combating the mosquito-bred viral disease, which has so far claimed more than 100 people in the state, health experts and politicians are in disagreement over the outbreak.

October 07, 2006
'Uri had been gobbled up by the earth'
Police officer Mohammad Yusuf recounts his experience of the October 8, 2005, earthquake and the personal loss he suffered.

October 04, 2006
Indian authors booked at Frankfurt
India is the flavour of the season at the famed book fair.

October 03, 2006
Vizag to Hong Kong, a master's journey
Master Kamal has made Vizag proud, but more than that, he is shaping up to make India and its ancient yoga system well known in South East Asia.

Mumbai cops' ISI charge is a political googly
The fact that a few state assemblies face an election in 2007 including the politically sensitive Uttar Pradesh and Gujarat -- has added a complex dimension to the hotly debated issue of terrorism and Pakistan's alleged involvement in it.

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