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Buddha’s Ark hope for Calcutta
Calcutta looks set to house the subcontinent’s first underground aquarium, a cavernous water world teeming with marine life from across the globe. ...  | Read.. 
 
Television actress found dead at home
The dark side of tinsel town revealed itself once again with a young, glamorous actress taking her own life just on the cusp of success. ...  | Read.. 
 
Nadira, the screen seductress, is no more
She was the original sex goddess, given over to the evil side. Eyes gleaming with carnal knowledge, she would tease men with a seductive smile and her knowing ways, and look to rob them of their wealth, their domesticity, and ...  | Read.. 
 
(Left) Bono of U2 kisses the stomach of Gwen Stefani, who is pregnant with her first child, on stage at the 48th Annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles o ...  | Read
 
 
We have to be fluid in our approach and not cast in stone

RAHUL DRAVID
on batting order changes
Bid for Anil meeting with Left
A meeting is possible between Anil Ambani and the CPM leadership, highly-placed sources in the ...  | Read..
Heartburn over Ambani pacts
The Ambani truce is looking ragged with the two sides beginning to shadow box over the provisio ...  | Read..