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Wind blows for fighter girls
Women in the Indian Air Force have created a gender issue for the government with nearly half the girls in training performing consistently better than the men but still being barred from flying combat aircraft. ...  | Read.. 
 
Court push to CAS rollout
Delhi High Court today ordered the rollout “within four weeks” of conditional access system (CAS), which allows television viewers to choose the pay channels ...  | Read.. 
 
‘Scared’ Zahira gives in
After hiding for days, Best Bakery massacre witness Zahira Sheikh surrendered this evening before the special court that had heard the case. ...  | Read.. 
 
9 killed in Tezpur accident
Nine truck passengers, all members of a drama troupe, were killed and 19 others injured when their vehicle turned turtle in Sonitpur district early today. ...  | Read.. 
 
Rooney seals record '5m book deal
Not yet 21, England’s footballing sensation makes publishing history
Wayne Rooney, the England and Manchester United footballing sensation, is not yet 21 but he has made publishing history by signing a 12-year contract with HarperCollins to &# ...  | Read.. 
 
Flight cadets of the IAF in front of an AN-32 transport aircraft at Yelahanka. The man-woman ratio in the air force is far worse than the 4:1 in evidence here. Telegraph picture
Wind blows for fighter girls
 
 
I don't want to get into what kept me out. The bottomline is I am out. And I have to strive to get back

SOURAV GANGULY
Play & politics never too far
Dada versus Didi (Mamata) sounds like a humdinger of a show. But tarry a while, it ain’t h ...  | Read..
TV serial
Anjali Gupta, the first woman from the armed forces to be court martialled, is negotiating with tel ...  | Read..