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Since 1st March, 1999
Who’ll win' Their pace, our spin
The South Africa-West Indies opener at Newlands was a thriller, but events since have taken much of the sheen off cricket’s top show. Shane Warne, the Zimbabwe drama, Jonty Rhodes... For a relaunch, World Cup 2003 is looking to tomorrow’s India versus Australia game. ...  | Read.. 
Delhi pulls one way, UP another
A high-level meeting called by the BJP to iron out differences between the party leaders in Uttar Pradesh and chief minister Mayavati has failed to reach a solution. ...  | Read.. 
‘Newsplosion’ time on small screen
In a south Delhi five-star hotel recently, newly-recruited male journalists with an about-to-be launched news channel were told at a workshop that they must shave off their moustaches and beards. The audience, most of th ...  | Read.. 
FBI on Rastogi racket trail
British fraud office joins probe against brothers
The Federal Bureau of Investigation of the US and the Serious Frauds Office of Britain are tracking the dubious deals the non-resident Indian Rastogi brothers had struck acro ...  | Read.. 
Who’ll win' Their pace, our spin
I suspect they (Australia) are more conscious of us than any other team in this World Cup

Bangla admits border breach
India appeared to have crossed the first diplomatic hurdle with Bangladesh, getting it to acknowled ...  | Read..
Blow to Bush case for war
In a setback to the Bush administration’s plans to go to war in Iraq, chief UN weapons inspector Ha ...  | Read..
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Foreign-owned news channels in uplink jitters
The ministries of home and external affairs are in favour of limiting ...   | Read.. 
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Court seeks green-Ganga report
The green bench of Calcutta High Court today asked the West Bengal Pol ...   | Read.. 
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Saddam moves to meet UN arms demand
Iraqi President Saddam Hussein complied with a key UN arms demand today by ...   | Read.. 
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First fifteen overs will hold key, feel captains
Australia are reigning champions alright, but aren’t taking India ligh ...   | Read.. 
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Seeta Chaudhuri, who died seven months after celebrating her 90th birthday, ...   | Read.. 
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