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Oops! Raj Singh is wary, but not sorry
Not too long ago, somebody in the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) uncharitably referred to Raj Singh Dungarpur as a “loose cannon”. He has actually blasted himself and embarrassed those (read Sharad Pawar’s group) who appointed him manager to Pakistan. ...  | Read.. 
 
Haj crash claims Calcutta champ
Thursday’s building collapse at Mecca killed three Indian pilgrims, including a 65-year-old former billiards champion from Calcutta. ...  | Read.. 
 
Bengaluru' Wrecks global brand name
Biotech diva Kiran Mazumdar Shaw is the latest to jump on to the bandwagon of Bangalore-based industry shoguns that has taken a sideswipe against state politicians. ...  | Read.. 
 
E-paper that can erase printed page
Launched: first electronic book which goes easy on the eyes
The printed page is facing its biggest threat with the launch of the first electronic book that people can read for hours without straining their eyes. ...  | Read.. 
 
Sourav Ganguly in New Delhi before his departure for Lahore on Saturday. (PTI)
Oops! Raj Singh is wary, but not sorry
 
 
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Tokyo dumps Delhi team vying for UN trophy
Japan has bribed its way out of active membership in the Group of Four (G4) countries campaigning f ...  | Read..
Govt gets time, officer stick
The Bengal government has gained time till February 27 to arrest Mamata Banerjee but not before ...  | Read..