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PM throws a polite punch
He may be the architect of a new, assertive India of corporate success and high living, but to Manmohan Singh progress lies as much in certain old-fashioned values. ...  | Read.. 
 
NSCN-IM upbeat on peace talks
Ending speculation about abrogation of the nine-year ceasefire with the Centre, the National Socialist Council of Nagalim (Isak-Muivah) today said the next two rounds of ...  | Read.. 
 
Fight-hoarding tips to states
The Centre will shortly issue an “advisory” to states to scrupulously enforce laws against hoarding of food commodities, including vegetables and fruits, and look at other ways to crack down on hoarders and tho ...  | Read.. 
 
Positives beat the pompous
Ignore the intellectuals, this has been an entertaining Cup
Seeing precisely how the World Cup has unrolled in front of us all is not a pleasant sight, apparently, for those with a higher, eclectic and intellectual perspective on our m ...  | Read.. 
 
Germany's Lukas Podolski (left) celebrates with teammate Miroslav Klose after scoring his second goal against Sweden in Munich on Saturday. (AP)
 
 
I think we must ask ourselves, why can't we be more polite to each other'

MANMOHAN SINGH
Germany wraps up rival as wedding gift
The Kaiser didn’t invite any of them to the clandestine match, but this is one wedding gift from the pincer pair he wouldn’t have the heart to turn down ...  | Read..