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Published feedback from our readers: rants, raves, bouquets, brickbats
Showtime
A joke of a film, and a bad joke at that.
10 Questions
On her reactions to this year’s Padma awards
World Cup Special
Cover Story
That's what they used to call God's wounds. Now a wounded civilisation cries: "Enough!" They want their men to bring the Cup back. To the place where it belongs.
Optimism
The low is to do with the fan's mood swings than team performance
Essay
That's because at the end of the day, it's the one area we can lay claim to a little greatness to
Facts n Figures
A possible route to the semis (Disclaimer: Cricket is a game of glorious uncertainties)
Hawk Eye
The former coach of South Africa is known to be one of the foremost thinkers of the game.
Reverse Swing
One of the living legends of the game and an intelligent analyser, Akram is menacingly accurate. Somewhat like his deliveries.
Captainspeak
The man with the most difficult job takes time out to give unique perspective on the road ahead. He will cover the World Cup exclusively for Outlook.
Mark My Words
As an observer of cricket, Waugh shows the same depth that made him one of the finest batsmen. He will cover the World Cup exclusively for Outlook.
Trivia
Fun with numbers
Mind Numbers
Changing Times
ODIs are shaking the game loose of its brahminical traits
Photoessay
Three times six, according to the holy books, is the sign under which the Devil is born. India has this dirty half-a-dozen to give its Cup hopes that keen daemonic urge. If God won't oblige, let the Devil bring in that mystical seventh to complete the picture...
National
OPINION
The reshuffle will help rein in extremist elements, set the BJP up for next year's LS polls. Contrast the Congress, it seems listless.
reshuffle
A few scores settled, a few deft swaps—and a many-hued roster of newbies to round it off More Coverage
reshuffle
Belying all forecasts, Arun Shourie's chutzpah sees him actually pull ahead
uttar pradesh
Dalit ki beti Mayawati takes on the Thakurs by slapping POTA on the most flamboyant of them all More Coverage
International
OPINION
The doctrine of 'massive' retaliation may look good on paper but signalling a holocaust just invites one.
the gulf
A meeting of West Asian envoys decide to sit tight for now
US-iraq
Bush raises the war tempo, even linking Saddam to Al Qaeda, but leaves his people in a disquiet More Coverage
Business
reforms
Vajpayee's strategic core, to fight a protracted war against the swadeshi brigade, is finally in place
Sports
TVS Victor Profiles
It is difficult to categorise him as a bowling all-rounder or a batting all-rounder. He is both.
Books
Living
It's all about Lowe, a Brit who married a Haryanvi taxi-driver
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