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The other Kaif
Vipul Shah's `Namastey London' might just bring glad tidings for Katrina Kaif, striving to prove herself as an actress of substance
Singer Naresh Iyer is out to carve a niche for himself
Staying the course for the World Cup
Even the best of the teams can have an off day and that doesn't necessarily reflect its potential
A self-made player
Anand Kamat is a self-made man in a field that requires thorough grooming
A winner in the making
How does it feel to be a champion again? Ask Sharath Kamal
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Boshi Sen did his country proud as one of its foremost agricultural scientists, helping the advent of the Green Revolution. His wife, Gertrude Emerson, an American, belonged to the famous Emerson family. Generally regarded as the best woman ...
If you eat, sleep and drink cricket, there are more than enough offers for you
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