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Too Pawarful for Dalmiya
Jagmohan Dalmiya has paid for spurning Sharad Pawar’s hand of friendship, extended at a one-on-one some months ago. ...  | Read.. 
 
Zee starts chuckling
Zee is sporting a smile and ESPN STAR Sports is uneasy. As for the rest of the sports broadcasters, they are waiting to see how things turn out. ...  | Read.. 
 
Step back for wannabe PM
Sharad Pawar’s takeover of the country’s richest and most powerful sports body might be a personal milestone and has broken the hegemony of Jagmohan Dalmiya, but it is being seen by many as a step backward for ...  | Read.. 
 
Hungry, with an illusion to suck on
Fear of food shortage, but government turns back on foreign NGO help
The illusion of success this secretive nation’s leaders thrive on was on full display last month as the Workers Party celebrated the 60th anniversary of its ascent to p ...  | Read.. 
 
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Amitabh rests, industry waits
In 1982, it was Bangalore’s St Philomena’s hospital and Mumbai’s Breach Candy ho ...  | Read..
Cyclone Baaz bears down
If America had to fear Katrina and Rita, India has to keep its fingers crossed on Baaz. ...  | Read..