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Board battle too close to call
Instead of taking a special flight after the Mumbai one-dayer, Board of Control for Cricket in India presidential aspirant Sharad Pawar left for Calcutta during the break ' an acknowledgement that the elections will be a lot closer than expected. ...  | Read.. 
 
MPs clamour for telly smut check
Indian lawmakers have a serious grudge against the idiot box and they are airing it loud and clear. ...  | Read.. 
 
Corrosion scare for space port
Sriharikota, which has launched many a satellite, may be paying a heavy price for it. For, India’s most prestigious space port is also its “most vulnerable” and corrosion-prone area. ...  | Read.. 
 
Separated by river & reform
One country busy catching fish, another enjoys the view
A reclusive regime rules North Korea, making it one of the most inaccessible countries in the world to foreign journalists. Jehangir S. Pocha of The Telegraph was in ...  | Read.. 
 
After being subjected to jeers in Calcutta, Rahul Dravid applauds the crowd in Mumbai where India won the last one-dayer. Dravid's unbeaten 78 fetched him the Man of the Match award. At the presentation ceremony, provoked by Ravi Shastri who asked the captain, 'What do you have to say about the Mumbai crowd', Dravid replied, 'Thank you, you have been the stars.'(Reuters picture)
 
 
The spirit shown by the team throughout the series was the highlight

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Tongue Twister
Things are cooking at Mainland China. A new menu was launched last week, chefs are here from Shangha ...  | Read..
Big B in belly bother
It was the Big Bellyache and no one was taking any chances. ...  | Read..