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Indians strike astral jackpot
After two hours of scanning the ashes of a dead, overweight star in the galaxy, astronomer Yashwant Gupta spotted a celestial child that seems older than its parent. But he’s elated. The age problem, he says, can be resolved. ...  | Read.. 
 
Cong keeps Left waiting for invite
The Congress is taking its time to officially “invite” its Left allies to rejoin the United Progressive Alliance-Left co-ordination committee. ...  | Read.. 
 
‘Dumb criminal’ gets 47 years
An Indian-born British businessman, whose arrest was touted as an “incredible triumph for the war on terror”, has been sentenced to 47 years in jail by an American court for supporting terrorism aimed against t ...  | Read.. 
 
Doctor at 40, salaam Ganesh
‘Failure’ till 35th birthday, Calcutta man performs miracle
Until nearly his 35th birthday, Ganesh Chandra, son of Durga Dey, of Lake Gardens had no work but would tell his friends at the evening adda that given some luck, he w ...  | Read.. 
 
England cricket captain Michael Vaughan holds a replica of the Ashes urn in Trafalgar Square in London during a celebration on Tuesday. (Reuters)
 
 
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Advani meets Atal to put seal on truce
Three days before the BJP’s national executive meet in Chennai, Lal Krishna Advani visited ...  | Read..
Singh flies into double crisis
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today flew into twin crises here and immediately set to work to f ...  | Read..