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Sourav puts hand out to Greg
The Sourav Ganguly-Greg Chappell truce hasn’t been put to test. However, on the 52nd day after it was stitched together by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), the former captain declared he wouldn’t have “any problem” with the coach whenever he returned to Team Ind ...  | Read.. 
 
Salem examiners in Monica dash
Monica Bedi’s lonely life in a women’s jail has been cut short. ...  | Read.. 
 
Ministry set for shuffle minus new faces
The Union ministry expansion, which was expected to happen before the winter session of Parliament begins on November 23, has hit an uncertain patch again. Sources, however, said the Prime Minister is expected to realloc ...  | Read.. 
 
Dinos would eat even grass
Fossils near Nagpur reveal new insight into feeding habits
Fist-sized lumps of fossilised dinosaur dung scattered on a hillside about 150 km south of Nagpur have provided scientists the first evidence to show that dinosaurs sometimes ...  | Read.. 
 
Rahul Dravid receives a copy of his biography, The Nice Guy Who Finished First, from Greg Chappell in Bangalore. (PTI)
 
 
Dravid has qualities to become one of the great captains of Indian cricket

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Young mother crushed by bus
One hand firmly gripping her five-year-old son as she crossed the busy street, Shakuntala Sinha sig ...  | Read..
Protective arm for wetlands
The Bengal government today announced an ordinance to protect the fragile ecosystem of the east ...  | Read..