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Corus of approval for Tata
Tata Steel’s £4.3-billion offer was accepted by the Corus board today in London where a banker who had advised Ratan Tata described what would be corporate India’s biggest overseas acquisition as a “pre-Diwali gift-wrapped present to the nation”....  | Read.. 
 
Violence on day of peace bandh
Two police officers escaped without so much as a scratch on their bodies despite being hurled 10 feet in the air in their vehicle when Ulfa militants triggered a blast near M ...  | Read.. 
 
Boot for ‘Dirty Harry’ brigade
Mumbai police’s gang-busting “Dirty Harrys” were busted today, with 10 of them shifted out of the city amid preparations to prosecute them for an alleged custody death. ...  | Read.. 
 
A well-made new Don, but...
‘Farhan should have added a few original lines of his own’
Many years ago a film magazine wanted a commercial filmmaker to review an art film. So, they asked me to write about a Mrinal Sen movie. Now, after all these years, I am comme ...  | Read.. 
 
Corus of approval for Tata
 
 
It was embarrassing, to be honest. It was 10 seconds of madness

ANDREW FLINTOFF
on his chest-baring show at Wankhede in 2002
Citu enters IT hub through backdoor
Chief minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee may not be aware of it, but the CPM’s labour wing ...  | Read..