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Pawar clean sweep stops at Sunny
The Sharad Pawar-headed Board of Control for Cricket in India has recast committees, but taken no decision on whether the iconic Sunil Gavaskar ' known to share a rapport with Jagmohan Dalmiya ' will continue as chairman of the Bangalore-located National Cricket Academy (NCA). ...  | Read.. 
 
Burden of friendship with US and earth
When A. Raja arrives in Montreal on Wednesday as India’s chief delegate to the UN Climate Change Conference, he will carry a burden which far outweighs his role as the minister for environment and forests. ...  | Read.. 
 
Uma threatens war as axe dangles
Uma Bharti was today back at her blistering best, threatening to unleash a virtual Mahabharata in the Sangh parivar if she is thrown out of the BJP. ...  | Read.. 
 
Wheat scare strikes root
Experts warn of scarcity as production stagnates
An unprecedented stagnation in India’s wheat output has triggered concern among top agricultural scientists whether India will be able to meet its wheat demand over the ...  | Read.. 
 
Quake survivor Abida Bibi during her wedding at a camp in Muzaffarabad in Pakistan Kashmir. (AFP)
 
 
I join millions of countrymen in praying for your good health

MANMOHAN SINGH
in a letter to Amitabh Bachchan
Surprise
Microsoft chairman Bill Gates is flying into Calcutta tomorrow on a brief visit to meet chief m ...  | Read..
Natwar shuns ‘sacrifice’
A day after meeting the Prime Minister, Natwar Singh announced that he was not going to quit. ...  | Read..