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Feet of God
The first World Cup finals ever staged on African soil open with a battery of questions: Will the joint favourites, Brazil and Spain, fulfil their vast potential? Are holders Italy too old to defend their title? Have Germany’s hopes been wrecked by ...  | Read.. 
 
Dark horses 2010
The abiding fun of the World Cup is provided not by the obvious but by the unpredictable. ...  | Read.. 
 
Blast from the past
FERENC PUSKAS The Hungarian stalwart ended second best at the 1954 World Cup, his team losing 2-3 to an inspired West Germany ...  | Read.. 
 
By the tribal, for the tribal
Bhan Sahu has a question for Bill Gates. She has heard about the Microsoft co-founder’s philanthropic activities and wan ...  | Read.. 
 
Glamour goes to seed
It was not an award that you’d associate with actor Ajay Devgn. The prize that he won recently was not for any of his fi ...  | Read.. 
 
Grin and bare it
When Lata Vishwanathan went to see her psychiatrist in Bangalore, she had a specific problem she wanted him to fix. Her husba ...  | Read.. 
 
Ready, aim, focus
In a blue-striped shirt tucked into a pair of wrinkle-free grey trousers, Sanjay Austa is all ready — two hours before the we ...  | Read.. 
 
Life’s a puff of smoke for Hrithik
celebrity circus
On the day his new film was going before the public for a final verdict, Hrithik Roshan woke up late for his first appointmen ...  | Read.. 
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