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Take-off with ordinary win
The Bangla Tigers didn’t roar as they did in 2007, but still sent a mild shiver down a billion and more spines this evening. India won their World Cup-opener by 87 runs, but the talking point was Bangladesh captain Shakib-al-Hasan’s decision to field ...  | Read.. 
 
As cold-blooded as murder
If Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee is wondering why his police administration is cutting a sorry figure in courts and in public perception, he need not look further than the fift ...  | Read.. 
 
Arab Street goes to America
Unrest of the Arab variety is spreading across the Atlantic and to America. ...  | Read.. 
 
Tragedy sours Games mood
A pall of gloom descended on the mega sports complex and Khel Gaon today as former Asian Games gold medallist Suresh Babu passed away at the Rajendra Institute of Medical Sci ...  | Read.. 
 
The goody-goody googly
In the opinion of the house, India will be better run if politicians are left out of the government ...  | Read.. 
 
The Debate In Pictures ...
 
Virat Kohli celebrates after scoring a century, the first by an Indian in his World Cup debut match, at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium on Saturday. Picture by Prem Singh
Take-off with ordinary win
 
 
I like everything about him, except labels like Captain Cool
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on Mahendra Singh Dhoni
Bahrain rallies resume
Thousands of singing and dancing protesters streamed back into Manama’s central Pearl Square t ...  | Read..
Royal invite for Surie
Nalin Surie, the Indian high commissioner in Britain since October 2009, is a man of great dignity ...  | Read..
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Nation RSS
'Principled' Advani earns a pat from Joshi
A day after L.K. Advani apologised to Sonia Gandhi for alleging her family had squirrelled away ill...   | Read.. 
Calcutta RSS
DRAVID ON THE DRIVE
RAHUL DRAVID the man of words ' and not the man of runs ' stepped into Calcutta on Friday for The Te...   | Read.. 
Bengal RSS
Arrested man not attacker: Rinku
Rinku Das, whose brother was killed while trying to save her from drunk assailants, today said Chan...   | Read.. 
Bihar RSS
Pesu gears up for hot days
Summer is less than a month away, but the people of Patna are already feeling the heat. The power e...   | Read.. 
Opinion RSS
A nifty Indian dance move
When I was a boy, I used to be envious of societies that had football. I could not imagine any game...   | Read.. 
Sports RSS
Sehwag's toast of opener, victory for India as starter
The drums in the lower stands had gone silent, the whistling had all been sucked in. There was no s...   | Read.. 
International RSS
Libya razes protest camp
Libyan special forces stormed a two-day-old protest encampment in the country's second largest city...   | Read.. 
Business RSS
G20 accord on tackling global inequities
Finance ministers of the world's major economies reached a fudged accord on Saturday on how to meas...   | Read.. 
Jharkhand RSS
State slips to tenth place
An overcast sky and brief spells of rains did little to cheer the Jharkhand contingent at the mega ...   | Read.. 
Northeast RSS
3 militants killed in encounter
Three suspected militants of the anti-talks National Democratic Front of Boroland (NDFB) were kille...   | Read.. 
Orissa RSS
All's well signal on talks eve
As news trickled in that Ganti Prasad, a top Maoist leader, was being moved from Ongole jail to Mal...   | Read..