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Robbery stink in techie murder
When Adhip Lahiri called wife Aparna to say he would be home in 10 minutes, she never expected to be summoned hours later to identify his body. ...  | Read.. 
 
No visas for suspect students, US told
The Union home ministry will continue with its stringent system of scrutinising visa applications despite complaints that India was not “very welcoming to American s ...  | Read.. 
 
Auto bosses call on Bengal
If Tata is here, can Toyota be far behind' ...  | Read.. 
 
Sedate Sahi in no hurry
Expelled Forward Bloc legislator Bhanu Pratap Sahi is in no hurry to be a minister. Nor is his father — to quit from the Madhu Koda cabinet. ...  | Read.. 
 
Ulfa blasts brain held
Police today claimed to have achieved a major breakthrough with the arrest of Ulfa’s self-styled “sergeant major” Samiran Baruah alias Bishnu Bora, the bra ...  | Read.. 
 
Don’t worry, be happy and live longer
US study shows pessimism and anxiety increase risk of falling ill and dying early
A cheerful and optimistic outlook to life may keep people healthier and enable them to stay alive longer than those who display pessimistic tendencies, new research has shown ...  | Read.. 
 
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Roger Federer tries his hand at cricket with a tennis ball in a village in Cuddalore, about 165 km from Chennai, on Saturday. The tennis star, who is ...  | Read
 
 
I feel, personally, that on his day Brian Lara was probably the guy who was the standout, just slightly ahead of Sachin

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