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How Karunanidhi got his mojo back

Ending suspense over its stand on FDI in retail sect­or, DMK president M. Kar­u­nanidhi on Tuesday said his party would vote in fa­v­o­ur of the UPA gover­nment in Parliament with ‘bittern­e­ss’ about

Selectors repose faith in team


The selectors didn’t press the panic button despite a humiliating 10-wicket loss to England and retained virtually the same squad for the third Test in Kolkata. Pacer Ashok Dinda replaced fast bowler

Now, motorists face road fee in Andhra Pradesh

Vehicle users in Andhra Pradesh will have to pay more for fuel if the AP Road Development Corporation has its way. The corporation wants to set up a separate AP Road Fund and raise the money from vehi

Trio cons diamond trader

Three unidentified miscreants, posing as traders in jewels, conned a diamond trader and escaped with diamonds worth nearly Rs 43 lakh.

Following directions from senior police officers, the Central C

Man on death row freed

In a rarest of the rare judgment, the Andhra Pradesh High Court on Tuesday acquitted an accused sentenced to death by a lower court.

A division bench co-mprising Justice N.V. Ramana and Justice P. D

BJP ‘castes’ a trap for Yeddyu­rappa


Former CM B.S. Yeddyu­rappa has still two weeks to go before bidding adieu to the BJP at the December 9 convention of his new party at Haveri but the ruling BJP seems to have already dumped him by dec

Ranji Trophy: Vinay fuels hope

For most part of Day 3, it was Vinay Kumar versus Odisha and despite the Karnataka skipper’s lionhearted return of 7-58 on Monday; the hosts face a tricky test in chase of their maiden win of the Ranj

26/11: Mail bomb from city

Barely five days after Mohammed Ajmal Kasab was hanged at Yerawada jail, Pune for his role in 26/11, convicted of the massacre of hundreds of unsuspecting Mumbaikars, a threat email, claiming to aveng

Melee in Mayor’s office


City mayor Tony Cham­many’s chamber witne­ssed unruly scenes on Monday after a group of DYFI activists stormed into his office shouting slogans.

The activists created rowdy scenes and destroyed the

3,000 tourists throng Kochi

As many as 3,000 foreign tourists landed in Kochi in the last two days with around 1,500 coming in on luxury cruise liner Aida Diva on Sunday and the rest, by four chartered flights on Monday.

In wha

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I want to begin with a little story that was told to me by a leading executive at Aptech. He was exercising in a gym with a lot of younger people.

Shekhar Kapur’s Bandit Queen didn’t make the cut. Neither did Shaji Karun’s Piravi, which bagged 31 international awards.