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Comeback grit & guts on trial
The debonair Yuvraj Singh, once seen as Sourav Ganguly’s “boy”, had barely landed in Calcutta last evening when a petite assistant manager of a private carrier welcomed him and, then, began going gaga over the former Team India captain’s “determination”. ...  | Read.. 
 
Sahi blows hot & cold
He flipped and he flopped. He blew hot and he blew cold. He served an ultimatum and also appealed for doctors to end their strike on humanitarian grounds. ...  | Read.. 
 
Tinsukia terror rerun claims 2
Terror revisited Tinsukia as Ulfa triggered a powerful explosion in the heart of the town around 6.20 this evening, leaving two persons dead and 10 injured. The conditio ...  | Read.. 
 
AbAshed about age' No way
Abhishek younger than bride, but there’s no noise over it
A man, aged 30, shall marry a maiden of 12 who pleases him, or a man of 24 a girl eight years of age; if (the performance of) his duties would (otherwise) be impeded, (he m ...  | Read.. 
 
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Sourav Ganguly and Brian Lara chat during practice on Saturday, a day before the first ODI in Nagpur. The match will be telecast from 9 am on Neo Spor ...  | Read
 
 
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Subba unfazed by apex court glare
A day after the Supreme Court asked Mani Kumar Subba to prove his Indian nationality, the contr ...  | Read..
SBI rate riot for savers
Savers across the country can rejoice: banks are winching up interest rates on medium-term depo ...  | Read..