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188 all out, 159 one out
Prasun Mukherjee paced anxiously as South Africa neared victory. The “we want Sourav” chant at the Eden could, of course, have carried to Pune where the ousted Team India captain continued to embarrass the national selectors. ...  | Read.. 
 
Munna runs for mama’s touch
Nitish Kumar offered sweets to his mother a day after taking over as Bihar chief minister, but said: “Khana mat (Don’t eat).” ...  | Read.. 
 
Not all can be ‘Indian’
Private educational institutions with “Indian” in their names will have to watch out, with the Centre frowning on misuse of the word. ...  | Read.. 
 
Life-or-death guide
Norms proposed to stop futile treatment
Farhad Kapadia often knows when a patient has lost the battle. ...  | Read.. 
 
Greg Chappell before the match. Picture by Pradip Sanyal
188 all out, 159 one out
 
 
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Whose finger is this'
Did Greg Chappell stick his middle finger out to a gathering outside Eden Gardens while boardi ...  | Read..
‘India’ bar on private colleges
The Centre has decided to crack down on the misuse of the label “Indian” by private e ...  | Read..