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Hello, grandad’s army
Last September, the genial Chandu Borde travelled to Kuala Lumpur with a one-point agenda: To get the Indian cricketers, who were in the Malaysian capital for a tri-series, to visit the Global Indian International School. ...  | Read.. 
 
Razi pleads seat freeze
Governor Syed Sibtey Razi today called on the President and the Union law minister and pleaded for a review of the proposals finalised by the Delimitation Commission. The com ...  | Read.. 
 
State on a short fuse, warns report
Politicians have little patience with home-truths. It came as no surprise, therefore, when deputy chief minister Stephen Marandi today hurriedly read out his prepared speech ...  | Read.. 
 
Relief after 11-day darkness
Life returned to normal after 11-day darkness in the tribal dominated Bastar region after the power supply was restored last evening. ...  | Read.. 
 
Derailment hits train services
Three persons were killed and 20 sustained injuries as Nagarcoil-Howrah Gurudev Express derailed last night between Gopalpatnam and Duvvada, around 60km from Visakhapatnam ra ...  | Read.. 
 
Safe, in Nigeria & Assam
Rajat Agarwalla jumped out of the three-wheeler as it came to a halt in front of his house and ran inside, crying out “Ma…Ma” before melting into his mother’s ...  | Read.. 
 
Land backlash on Bukhari
Shahi imam requested to leave Nandigram mosque
The shahi imam’s shot at playing peacemaker in Nandigram lasted barely an hour this afternoon, with a series of rebuffs persuading him to cut his trip short. ...  | Read.. 
 
Hello, grandad’s army
 
 
This kind of flip-flop was a disgrace
Raj Singh Dungarpur
criticising the BCCI for the coach controversy
Maya mercy, Left pinprick
The Congress wrapped up the day with Mayavati’s presidential votes in its pocket but the L ...  | Read..
Whodunnit' Nobody, say Jamaica cops
Bob Woolmer was not murdered, Jamaican police said today, bringing to an embarrassing close a three ...  | Read..