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Presidency freedom prey to polls
Chief minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee may have been keen, but his government has opted not to immediately seek autonomous status for Presidency College for fear of antagonising the CPM-dominated powerful teachersí lobby so close to the Assembly polls. ...  | Read.. 
 
Norah shifts to new stage
Grammy-winning singer Norah Jones, daughter of Ravi Shankar, will make her film debut in the first English language film by acclaimed Hong Kong art-house director Wong Kar-Wai. ...  | Read.. 
 
V-roar whittled down to a whimper
Love is in the air, and itís bugging the Shiv Sena no end. But this time, the roar has given way to a whimper. ...  | Read.. 
 
Oxford comes wooing in trendy attire
Outpaced by American universities, chancellor Patten lines up trip
Forget the daunting dons and the ivory tower. When you think Oxford, picture a fun campus with modern, up-to-date courses. Even, if you so wish, think Bertie Wooster and boat ...  | Read.. 
 
Yuvraj Singh and Mahendra Singh Dhoni after the victory in Lahore. (AFP)
 
 
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Dhoni bad-hair day for Pakistan
Pakistan Internationalís flight PK341 had just about touched down in Karachi when some pas ...  | Read..
Three thorns in Congress side
The Congress has publicly dismissed Prakash Karatís ďthird frontĒ blueprint as a ...  | Read..