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Help turns highrise hunter
When anxious neighbours climbed the servants’ staircase to enter the upscale seventh-floor flat, the 51-year-old woman “all of Calcutta knows” had been dead several hours, clutching a tuft of her killer’s hair. ...  | Read.. 
 
Sonia on lips, govt cuts prices
Sonia Gandhi is turning out to be India’s petrol price manager. ...  | Read.. 
 
Games gets a kick out of football
It took the Beautiful Game to give the 33rd National Games its first big-ticket event. ...  | Read.. 
 
India watches Sachin’s sore back
Precautionary measure forces Cup spearhead to skip Vizag one-dayer
Sachin Tendulkar, on whom rests much of Team India’s hopes in the World Cup, is down with a “stiff and sore back”. ...  | Read.. 
 
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Talks fail to put rules in place
The government today tripped again in notifying the Supreme Court’s norms to give tenure s ...  | Read..
Mumbai’s brush with maniac
Even by the macabre standards of the genre, the latest “confessions of a serial killer ...  | Read..