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Aussie invincibility vs Lankan versatility
An old boxing adage that a good big fighter will always beat a good small one could equally apply to Saturday’s World Cup final between defending champions Australia and Sri Lanka. ...  | Read.. 
 
HC defends record
Jharkhand High Court has urged the state government to create 80 additional posts of judicial magistrates to cope with arrears. ...  | Read.. 
 
Crash brings Bandhu down to earth
A probe was ordered today into the helicopter-crash at Raneshwar in Jamtara district this morning, in which casualties were averted but the flying machine’s underbelly w ...  | Read.. 
 
Cops ‘killed’ both man & wife
The Gujarat government had already admitted the husband was killed in a fake encounter — today it told the Supreme Court the wife, too, was probably murdered by its polic ...  | Read.. 
 
Tech horses come galloping in
Orissa today took another giant stride in information technology with IT powerhouses like Wipro and Aricent Technology announcing their plans to set up global training centre ...  | Read.. 
 
Questions for cornered Ulfa
They came from all corners of Assam, their voices uniting in protest against an outfit that once thrived on public support. ...  | Read.. 
 
After trillion, target No. 2
Govt advances deadline to end defecation in public
Flush with pride after breasting the $1-trillion tape' Here’s a tougher task: how to make sure no Indian defecates in the open after 2012. ...  | Read.. 
 
Aussie invincibility vs Lankan versatility
 
 
The burden is mine and no one else’s
Richard Gere
on the flak Shilpa Shetty is getting for the kiss
Tigers take Indians hostage
At a time Delhi is worried about the Tamil Tigers’ acquisition of an air force, their navy ...  | Read..