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163-year lab lag with China
A bit of school algebra may sometimes deliver a reality check. India is hoping that its economic growth will edge closer to China’s 10 per cent, but it still lags over a century and a half behind the northern neighbour in its science and technology workforce. ...  | Read.. 
 
Record splash at Games
The participants had let their hair down and mingled with gay abandon at the colourful and captivating opening ceremony of the 33rd National Games last evening but they were ...  | Read.. 
 
Desperate docs rail at UK govt
Friends of Imran Yousaf, a young Asian doctor who hanged himself because he could not get a job, spoke to The Telegraph today about the desperate circumstances that drove him into taking his own life. ...  | Read.. 
 
Bombshells best bombers
Leggy Russian ‘assistants’ a bigger draw at air show
If the flying machines don’t get you, the birds on the ground will. ...  | Read.. 
 
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Sourav Ganguly and Virender Sehwag train in Rajkot on Saturday on the eve of the second ODI against Sri Lanka. (AFP)
 
 
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Sonia back in Manipur today
Congress president Sonia Gandhi’s second round of campaigning in Manipur is facing rough w ...  | Read..
Healing touch for Pak soldier
India has allowed the evacuation of a Pakistani soldier in the heights of Siachen after he fell ...  | Read..