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Pathan shock before speed test
The past has come to the rescue of deposed vice-captain Virender Sehwag and Wasim Jaffer, both of whom will continue to open, but Irfan Pathan is being sent home (“in his best interest”) to rediscover bowling form. ...  | Read.. 
 
Ulfa breaks tacit
After trying not to cross one another’s path for decades, the two dominant militant groups of the Northeast look set for a confrontation with Ulfa today, firing a sa ...  | Read.. 
 
Two years on, promise of tsunami revival lies in a shambles
Two years have passed since a monstrous wave came and gobbled up Jaya Prabha’s home. But the 58-year-old still does not have a permanent roof over her head. ...  | Read.. 
 
Showpiece exam for CPM
Political potential in test for Tata training, Trinamul dismissive
A pat on the back followed by a warm handshake and finally a promise to meet soon — Arup Ghosh sees these almost as a Christmas gift. ...  | Read.. 
 
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The skies are forecast to be grey, but nearly 100,000 fans will head for the Melbourne Cricket Ground today hoping to see Shane Warne take his 700th ...  | Read
 
 
It is in his (Pathan’s) best interest that he goes to India and plays the next two Ranji matches

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Koda’s New Year ‘resolution’ out
It was sort of a New Year resolution, in which strict implementation of the National Rural Empl ...  | Read..
Tale of sex, blackmail ends in teacher killing
Kavita Chaudhary would use her youth and allure to ensnare high-profile politicians while her p ...  | Read..