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Ford flees, board bawls
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), headed by politician Sharad Pawar, has egg on its face. ...  | Read.. 
 
Sahi on contract call
Unfazed by the failure of the “doctors on contract” experiment in the state, the health and family planning department today announced plans to recruit 2,000 more d ...  | Read.. 
 
Netarhat trashes ragging charge
No fresher has ever left Netarhat Public School due to ragging, asserted school authorities on Monday following media reports to this effect. ...  | Read.. 
 
Cops clueless about bodies
Even as 24 hours have passed since the exchange of fire between police and Maoists at Kankadahada woods in Dhenkanal, bodies of the rebels reportedly killed in the encounter ...  | Read.. 
 
500 cross back into Moreh
More than 500 people who fled their homes into the safety of Myanmar just across the border after violence erupted in Moreh last Saturday were handed over to the town authori ...  | Read.. 
 
Games security model for Asia meet
Dispur today announced that it would ensure security of the kind put in place during the 33rd National Games for the Guwahati leg of the Asian Grand Prix athletics meet. ...  | Read.. 
 
Wanted: new adviser, not farmer tag
Like other stars, Bachchan should have gone to Rajasthan instead of UP
Amitabh Bachchan should have gone plot-hunting in Rajasthan rather than Barabanki to safeguard his land purchase in Pune’s Maval. ...  | Read.. 
 
Ford flees, board bawls
 
 
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Bhairon plays on inner voice
The “inner voice” gave India its Prime Minister; now Bhairon Singh Shekhawat hopes it ...  | Read..