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Conquered: Magic mountain
It has often been said nice guys don’t win, but Anil ‘Jumbo’ Kumble has emerged a champion: Low on profile; very high on performance. No tantrums, no controversies.... Just a lot of wickets, 501 in Tests alone. ...  | Read.. 
 
Gag on cops, boot for boss
The Uttar Pradesh government today warned police against making a mockery of the Varanasi blasts investigation by rushing to the media with every confusing “lead” gained from every source. ...  | Read.. 
 
Nuke battle lines drawn
Battle lines have been drawn in Washington over the next steps in the Indo-US nuclear deal with supporters and opponents of the agreement leaving nothing to chance. ...  | Read.. 
 
Armymen in airport scuffle
Duo accused of beating up staff after tiff over parking
An officer and a jawan marched into the office of the domestic airport manager and beat up staff after an army car was ordered out of a no-parking zone this morning, a police ...  | Read.. 
 
Conquered: Magic mountain
 
 
Warne has 659 wickets, Murali just got 600, so maybe some day I would also reach there

ANIL KUMBLE
Now, HS scandal hits Assam
With their textbooks opened in front of them, 10 students were found writing their higher secondary ...  | Read..
Tough signal for Zia
Bangladesh Prime Minister Khaleda Zia is likely to encounter some plain-speaking when she arriv ...  | Read..