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PM works on deal hard sell
After successfully clinching the nuclear agreement, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh will now market the deal to those disturbed by President George W. Bush’s visit and India’s growing closeness to Washington. ...  | Read.. 
 
Amnesia sends Vaiko to Jaya
The DMK’s seven-party coalition fractured weeks before the Assembly polls with MDMK chief Vaiko today walking over to Jayalalithaa, the chief minister who had once locked him up as a terrorist. ...  | Read.. 
 
President takes a lesson and a hit
Baseball is where his heart is but for a man handling a cricket bat for the first time, George W. Bush was “not bad”. ...  | Read.. 
 
Night falls, cricket curtain rises
Chappell with Pawar past 11 pm, senior players also meet board chief
Some seven hours after Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) secretary Niranjan Shah announced Greg Chappell’s controversial interview to a UK newspaper was a  ...  | Read.. 
 
President George W. Bush plays cricket in Pakistan with a tennis ball. Bush faced three balls, one bouncing off his shoulder though he ducked (second ...  | Read
 
 
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Manipur burns in assault protest
Manipur went up in flames today during an 18-hour general strike over the alleged molestation a ...  | Read..
Yuck! Broccoli for Mr Bush
Even as US President George W. Bush left India satisfied that he had never been received so gra ...  | Read..