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Since 1st March, 1999
Veil off query that drove Dilip away
More than one reason contributed to chief selector Dilip Vengsarkar’s sudden departure from Calcutta on Saturday, but the proverbial last straw was when BCCI president Sharad Pawar questioned him on whether he’d been denying colleagues the “opportunity” to watch international ma ...  | Read.. 
Navy fires a shot across Russia’s bows
The chief of the Indian Navy, Admiral Sureesh Mehta, today signalled that the security establishment was re-thinking relations with India’s traditional military equipmen ...  | Read.. 
Sex-test shock from the past
A name almost identical to that of a Delhi gynaecologist The Telegraph had blown the whistle on 14 years ago has popped up in a BBC sting operation on sex determin ...  | Read.. 
Mad about, not at, Madhuri
Aaja Nachle — come, dance. To Madhuri Dixit’s tune. And that includes India’s ban-happy politicians, too. ...  | Read.. 
Congress ally fires ST salvo
The Congress’s partner in the government today struck the first discordant note amid the chorus of promises to ensure Scheduled Tribe status to the Adivasi community of ...  | Read.. 
Grand plans for 7 urban hubs
Keeping the upcoming industrialisation and urbanisation in view, separate master plans will be prepared for seven upcoming industrial hubs and urban conglomerates. ...  | Read.. 
India was 141 for 2 at the end of the fourth day of the Eden Test, after taking a 160-run first innings lead. India’s hopes lie in Harbhajan Singh (in picture), who completed a five-wicket haul on Monday, and Anil Kumble, who took three. MS Dhoni exuded confidence, saying: “We need just 10 balls, so in a way, five hours is too much time.” Picture by Santosh Ghosh
Veil off query that drove Dilip away
Let them reject the nominations.... I will serve the people with much more vigour
Nawaz Sharif
Fab Food:
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The voice of the hostess announcing “Dinner is served” with an edge of firmness, or sometimes a shri ...  | Read..
Spice Girls kick off tour
As the Vancouver crowd roared, the pounding music emanating from the city’s General Motors ...  | Read..