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What Kitty Did: A breezy travel read for your next weekend trip
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What Kitty Did: A breezy travel read for your next weekend trip

A Delhi-based journalist slowly working her way up the ladder, stumbling at the most inconvenient points, worrying over the lack of 'serious journalism', drinking, drinking a lot, baking, baking to perfection – there's a lot about Trisha Bora's ... catchnews.com, 2 months ago
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Talking Point: Incredible India lord over Galle

India defied ghosts of past Galle defeats as they came up with a dominating performance to take a 1-0 lead in the three match Test series against Sri Lanka on Saturday. Against a feeble home attack, spin twins R Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja shared six wickets ...
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Talking Point: Dhawan sets record-breaking date with Sri Lanka

Gabbar is back. Twirling his mustache and rekindling memories of his superb 187 on debut, Shikhar Dhawan went on a rampage against a toothless Sri Lanka attack on Day one of the first Test at Galle. For the second time in his career, Dhawan scored a century ...
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2nd Warm-up: Taylor, Latham hit tons as NZ beat Board President's XI

IMAGE: New Zealand batsman Ross Taylor in action during the 2nd practice match against Indian Board President's XI in Mumbai on Thursday. Photograph: Shashank Parade/PTI New Zealand found some much-needed momentum heading into the One-Day International series against India, as they beat Board President's XI by 33 runs after Ross Taylor and Tom Latham struck breezy centuries in the 2nd warm-up match in Mumbai on Thursday.   Thanks to Taylor's 102 and Latham's 108 (both retired out) ...
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Tu Hai Mera Sunday Review: Not the movie it could've been

True misogyny is when you stop being curious about women, and Milind Dhaimade directs his actresses with a sense of wonder.  Tu Hai Mera Sunday has delightful women characters, sketchy men, and individual threads that work better than the whole package, feels Sreehari Nair. The characters in Tu Hai Mera Sunday wish to breathe more freely. And while the movie wants you to believe that this is a straight reaction to Mumbai’s talent for choking its residents, these characters are ...
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Mithun blitz puts Bulls in final

Bijapur Bulls ensured a date with Belagavi Panthers in the final of the Karnataka Premier League with a four-wicket win over a spirited Namma Shivamogga here at the KSCA Rajnagar stadium on Friday. Shivamogga, after being put in, posted 157/5 and went about ...
 Deccan Herald4 weeks ago
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The Chinese don't want to fight a war

'They know it can embarrass them, as this surely isn't 1962.' 'They also know the moment they fire the first shot, all insecure powers in their front-yard, Australia to Japan and all the way westwards to India, will be brought together overnight, not something the deputy superpower wants,' says Shekhar Gupta. Let me first get a disclosure out of the way, and also apply for anticipatory bail. Anybody who knows me and my family knows the living beings we love and adore most of all are cats and ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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