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Dravid catches Cup cap
Breaking with tradition for the third time in five months, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) today gave Rahul Dravid an envy-attracting gift to mark his 100th Test ' it retained him captain till the end of the March-April 2007 World Cup. ...  | Read.. 
 
UPA squirms at ‘outsider’ tag
Sonia Gandhi’s nominee for the Rajya Sabha, Mabel Rebello, had a rough time defending her ‘outsider’ tag for the second consecutive day today. ...  | Read.. 
 
Ace pilots killed in crash
Two pilots of the air force’s showpiece squadron of flying aces were killed today as they rehearsed manoeuvres in the skies over Bidar in north Karnataka for an aerobatic display. ...  | Read.. 
 
PM lands, so does N-pellet
INSIDE STORY: How the Russian fuel reached India
The first consignment of 30 tonnes of Russian nuclear fuel for the Tarapur atomic power plant reached India on March 16 '- the same day Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Fradkov ...  | Read.. 
 
Two pilots of the Suryakiran team were killed on Saturday while rehearsing in the skies over Bidar, Karnataka, for an aerobatic display. The team that ...  | Read
 
 
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Five of family beheaded
A 60-year-old tea worker and four members of his family were beheaded today for allegedly pract ...  | Read..
First-time five held in doctor case by chance
Jayanta Ghosh, the doctor who was found with his throat slit, was kidnapped for ransom and then ...  | Read..