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The loser who's winning
The loser who's winning
Maybe those who had read the festival booklet and seen that this was already a controversial movie, with nudity, real sex, drug-taking and a fair...
Eight dead in powerful Indian quake
Eight dead in powerful Indian quake
A powerful 6.9-magnitude earthquake rocked north eastern India on Sunday, killing as many as eight people including five who died in tremors that...
'Big Sister' set to evict Communists from India's City of Joy
'Big Sister' set to evict Communists from India's City of Joy
Mamata Banerjee clasped a microphone with both hands, beads of sweat clinging to her brow, bathroom sandals on her feet as the crowd of mainly...
India win a psychological boost, says Van Zyl
India win a psychological boost, says Van Zyl
South Africa's thrilling three-wicket win over India is the perfect psychological boost the team needs after the shattering loss to England,...
Rain, Amla frustrate India in second Test
Rain, Amla frustrate India in second Test
Rain and Hashim Amla frustrated India's bid for a series-levelling victory in the second and final Test against South Africa on Wednesday.
India declare with mammoth lead at Eden Gardens
India declare with mammoth lead at Eden Gardens
Vangipurappu Laxman and Mahendra Singh Dhoni hit magnificent centuries to put India in sight of a series-levelling victory over South Africa in the...
Proteas chase rare series win in India
Proteas chase rare series win in India
South Africa aim to carry their good form into the final Test against top-ranked India starting on Sunday after taking a 1-0 lead in the two-match...
India's communists face biggest electoral test in east
India's communists face biggest electoral test in east
If this remote village heralds things to come, India's powerful communists face their toughest vote yet in their stronghold state of West Bengal as...
Gutsy Younis saves Pakistan with century
Gutsy Younis saves Pakistan with century
Stand-in captain Younis Khan staved off a spin threat with a responsible century to help Pakistan draw the second Test against India on Tuesday....
India keep victory hopes alive
India keep victory hopes alive
Wasim Jaffer hit a brisk half-century as India kept alive their hopes of forcing a win in the second Test against Pakistan on Monday.
India risks bird-flu 'disaster'
India risks bird-flu 'disaster'
India's worst-ever outbreak of bird flu could turn into a disaster, an official warned on Tuesday, as five people were reportedly quarantined with...
India reports fresh bird-flu outbreak
India reports fresh bird-flu outbreak
India on Tuesday confirmed a bird-flu outbreak among poultry following the deaths of thousands of chickens in the past week in the state of West...

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