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 COVER STORY: ICC CRICKET WORLD CUP 2007

ANYBODY'S GAME
In the most open World Cup in memory, India's golden generation gives cricket's biggest prize one final go.

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Buoy zone

One of Chennai's best-kept secrets, resorts offer catamaran rides that are exciting, adventurous - and frightening. India Today's Praveena Shivram reports.

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COVER STORY: ICC CRICKET WORLD CUP 2007
Aussie Defeats Signal Hope

India's batting legend believes sub-continental teams will enjoy the conditions in the Caribbean.

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The Cup's Comeback Story

India's former coach on his colourful captain and why Ganguly can make this Cup his own.

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COVER STORY: ICC CRICKET WORLD CUP 2007
Stretching The Boundaries

Australia's champion 'finisher' says Twenty20 cricket will revolutionise batting in this Cup.

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A Cup Full of Cash

As cricket celebrates, Indian corporates and advertisers go into a marketing overdrive.

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STATES: MAHARASHTRA
End Of Ravelry

Even as details of what could be a global drug racket are emerging, there are speculations of the probe in Pune being a publicity stunt

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STATES: KARNATAKA
Giga Bite Valley

The death of two children in dog attacks points to the crumbling civic and health infrastructure in Bangalore.

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STATES: KERALA
Playing The Smart Card

Once a bitter opponent of the Smart City project, the LDF Government is now determined to implement it on its own terms and has got the Dubai-based backers to agree to most of its conditions.

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HEALTH: CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES
New Truths About The Heart

Why are Indians more prone to heart attacks than the rest of the world? A new research busts old myths and brings new hope.

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SOCIETY & THE ARTS: BOOKS
Who Are We?

A shrunken world cannot shrink the identities of its inhabitants. Sudhir Kakar defines Indianness.

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SOCIETY & THE ARTS: BOOKS
First Sip From The Cup

A profusion of cricket books heralds the World Cup season but memorable catches are hard to find.

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LIVING: CROSS-BORDER MARRIAGES
The Unsuitable Boys

Goaded by poverty and the emigration of men in search of jobs, the women of the border villages face an unusual predicament.

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COVER STORY: ICC CRICKET WORLD CUP 2007
Bring on the Thinking Caps

Australia's legendary captain gives the World Cup skippers the once over.

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"All We Need Is Momentum"

Amongst all the players gathered in the West Indies for the World Cup 2007, Sachin Tendulkar, 34, has been around the longest.

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Keeping Track of Local Flavours

West Indies' former paceman recommends packing bowling line-ups with versatile performers.

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NATION: BOFORS DEAL
Why He May Get Away Again

Saddled with a weak extradition request and little evidence to support its contention, CBI may yet again fail to bring Bofors accused Quattrocchi to India.

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STATES: UTTAR PRADESH
Wrestler On The Mat

Cornered by the forces ranged against him on the eve of the Assembly polls, a desperate Mulayam Singh goes all out to broaden his battlefield, seeking support from friends in Delhi.

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STATES: GUJARAT
Making Civic Sense

The state Government's drive to improve the health of its municipalities has yielded a number of success stories and set an example for other states in terms of infrastructure development

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BUSINESS & ECONOMY: STOCKMARKET
Not Made In India

India's integration into the world economy and the increasing dominance of dollars on Dalal Street have made the stockmarket prone to global factors triggering ups and downs in the Sensex

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SOCIETY & THE ARTS: VESSELS OF PLENTY

Breaking The Mould

By giving contextual shift to quaint, quotidian objects, Subodh Gupta has raised them to works of high art that museums and collectors the world over are vying to acquire at astronomical prices.

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SOCIETY & THE ARTS: BOOKS
The Runaway Rebel

How caste and honour conspire against an Indian immigrant girl when she defies a forced marriage.

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DEVELOPMENT: MADHYA PRADESH
Estates Of The State

The Madhya Pradesh Government wakes up to the fact that squatters are illegally occupying state-owned properties worth over Rs 6,000 crore in Mumbai and wants to reclaim these.

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