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PM dares Left to unseat govt
Manmohan Singh is a patient man but his Left allies have run his patience thin with persistent attacks on the government’s economic policies. The Prime Minister has virtually challenged the Left to pull down his government in light of their relentless criticism. ...  | Read.. 
 
Sariska not fit for tigers
The government has conceded that the Sariska national park in Rajasthan is no longer fit to be home to tigers. ...  | Read.. 
 
BEd courses in 28 colleges illegal
Calcutta High Court today declared illegal this year’s BEd courses in 28 colleges that are not affiliated to the National Council for Teachers’ Education. ...  | Read.. 
 
Pranab and army at variance
Bigger women’s role depends on combat decision, say forces
The armed forces will oppose granting of permanent commission to women despite defence minister Pranab Mukherjee’s instruction to the Chiefs of Staff Committee to do a f ...  | Read.. 
 
Ronaldo scores as Ghana goalkeeper Richard Kingston stares helplessly. With 15 goals, the Brazilian is the highest scorer in World Cup history. (AP)
 
 
I hope they continue falling for my tricks up to the final

RONALDO
on the way he tricked Ghana's goalkeeper
‘Fat’ Ronaldo versus ‘old’ Zizou Saturday
Did you say fat' Fifteen is fat. Very fat. ...  | Read..
Nuclear deal sails over first US hurdle
A key committee today took the first step toward US Congressional approval of the nuclear coope ...  | Read..