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Shameless wrath on Lajja
Some said it with flowers, others were more bookish, but the “welcome” will go down as one of the most shameful by India’s elected representatives. ...  | Read.. 
 
Poser on I-Day man of honour
The deputy commissioner-cum-district election officer has asked the chief election commissioner if a minister could hoist the Tricolour during a government-sponsored Inde ...  | Read.. 
 
Gogoi taps Ulfa again
Dispur today kept the hope of talks with Ulfa alive by reiterating that it would release five jailed Ulfa leaders, as demanded by the outfit, if it agrees to direct parle ...  | Read.. 
 
Lessons from an auto driver
The author narrates the aftermath of a visit to a Delhi red light district ...  | Read.. 
 
Tata flies into ‘great’ news
Ratan Tata liked what he saw, Benny Santoso will like to see before giving a firm commitment. ...  | Read.. 
 
Cricket live, hockey replay
Before Chak De premiere, Shah Rukh catches Test
Shah Rukh Khan’s latest on-screen avatar — in Chak De India — is coach of the national women’s hockey team. ...  | Read.. 
 
Shameless wrath on Lajja
 
 
You have to be courteous and nice, jelly beans notwithstanding
Shah Rukh Khan

No highland fling
Caretaker Vincent Isaac and his little daughter Agnes guided me...  | Read..
Lalu plays for league
Lalu Prasad today threw the rebel Indian Cricket League a lifeline by offering the Railways ...  | Read..