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Lalu’s cool: AC cheaper
Competition is not unknown to Lalu Prasad in politics, but today he led the railways into battle with low-cost airlines and road transport with gusto. ...  | Read.. 
 
Flu belt cowers in fear of hidden chickens
Amid the war against disease, Navapur is readying for a possible battle against religious fervour, too. ...  | Read.. 
 
Left stamps foot for Bengal lolly
Lalu Prasad had memorised the Urdu couplets that peppered his speech and invited his children to watch him play Santa in Parliament today. ...  | Read.. 
 
Bushism precedes Bush to India
Presidential jitters in Washington, optimism in Delhi
US President George W. Bush’s penchant for malapropisms and for putting his foot in his mouth will keep Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and senior members of his cabinet ...  | Read.. 
 
Lalu's cool: AC cheaper
 
 
Thirty-three is not the age to quit, otherwise I wouldn't have scored my 34th century

SUNIL GAVASKAR
to Sourav Ganguly
Strong scent of nuke deal
After two days of negotiations, India and the US said “progress” had been made toward ...  | Read..
Bakery killers get life term
A special court retrying the Best Bakery case today sentenced nine rioters to life, in a verdic ...  | Read..