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Corus battle enters penalty round
The battle for Corus will be decided by the dramatic equivalent of a penalty shootout between Tata Steel and Brazil’s CSN, with the latter tipped to emerge as the winner by Britain’s financial experts — unless Ratan Tata is determined to throw everything into the final bidding process. Read.. 
 
Assam boy dies in Bihar
A Bodo student from Assam died under suspicious circumstances at a hospital under Danapur police station near Patna on Thursday. ...  | Read.. 
 
AGP warms up to Mahanta
After being virtually exonerated in the infamous “secret killings” case, Prafulla Kumar Mahanta is back on centrestage — and his parent party seems all too will ...  | Read.. 
 
Night trains suspended till Feb. 7
Northeast Frontier Railway today extended the suspension of night-running of passenger trains in Assam till February 7 morning following continued incidents of violence i ...  | Read.. 
 
Sania bubbles into top 10
Sliding down tennis charts, but a winner in ad rankings
Her tennis rankings may have slid over the past one year, but you can’t take the fizz out of Sania Mirza. ...  | Read.. 
 
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I’m so excited. I’ve never been to India

SERENA WILLIAMS
who will play in Bangalore next month
Brave brother stabbed
Twenty-year-old Shital Chowhan was stabbed to death with a broken bottle yesterday afternoon on ...  | Read..
Tied in knots over a red dot
Every time Aishwarya Rai accompanies the Bachchans to a temple, the country is breathless. ...  | Read..