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Door ajar for Indian UN chief
With Japan virtually writing an obituary to the present efforts by the Group of Four (G4) to get permanent membership of the Security Council, the chances of an Indian succeeding UN secretary-general Kofi Annan have suddenly brightened. ...  | Read.. 
 
Cricket cradle rues row, Pawar spares Dungarpur
Mumbaiís cricket circles today rued the ďunnecessaryĒ controversy stirred by Raj Singh Dungarpurís recent comments on Sourav Ganguly, but avoided saying anything that could annoy the Team India manager or ...  | Read.. 
 
Toyota vigil ends, lockout begins
Around 1,500 agitating employees of Toyota Kirloskar Motors who had locked themselves in the plant demanding reinstatement of three dismissed colleagues, walked out peacefully after the company declared an indefinite loc ...  | Read.. 
 
Surat slip sets up Lahore suspense
Indian run feast clouds late-comer Souravís first Test chances
Sourav Gangulyís personal reasons-driven decision to skip Bengalís Ranji match against Gujarat, which began the day after the Test squad for Pakistan was picked, m ...  | Read.. 
 
Raj Singh Dungarpur and Sourav Ganguly watch the warm-up match in Lahore on Sunday. (AFP)
Surat slip sets up Lahore suspense
 
 
At first, I thought there was water that someone had poured over my car

A DELHIITE
on frost
Delhi date with frost
A film of frost covered car roofs and lawns and Delhi woke up shivering in the coldest morning ...  | Read..