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India fields Tharoor for UN top job
India is to field its candidate for the job of secretary-general of the UN. The choice has fallen on Shashi Tharoor, an alumnus of Calcutta’s St. Xavier’s School. ...  | Read.. 
 
Delhi envoy on talks recce
Delhi has asked a senior home ministry official to visit Guwahati for a “factual” assessment of “priority issues” before its June 22 talks with the Ul ...  | Read.. 
 
Salim on chemical hub radar
Having roped in Indian Oil Corporation as anchor investor for the 10,000-acre chemical hub in Haldia, the Bengal government wants the Salim Group to be the anchor developer of the centre and an equally sprawling special ...  | Read.. 
 
Flag flies for football
Festival, not extremist politics, aflutter
The flags are flying in Germany' and that is unusual. As the first round of group matches draws to a close, anticipation is already building for the next phase. ...  | Read.. 
 
Germany scored in extra time to scrape past a 10-man Poland after a tense and goalless 90 minutes. Lukas Podolski misses a chance to score in AFP pic ...  | Read
 
 
Amar Singh has become an item boy

UP Congress Spokesman
Dawood hater warns Bhatt
A youth walked into Mahesh Bhatt’s Juhu office today asking for the filmmaker who was not ...  | Read..
Bail for Rahul as police slip
Rahul Mahajan walked into the arms of his crying mother Rekha on his release this evening as po ...  | Read..