Cryptic Crossword from Sunday Times of India, Chennai (3020 of 27-12-2015)(Fillable and with solution)

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Across:
1 Changes to suits? (7)
5 The pleasure the Turkish take in a sweet (7)
9 Grind on perhaps being monotonous (7)ANAGRAM of GRIND ON
10 Cast in a devilish mould (7)ANAGRAM of CAST IN A
11 Inaccurate serve results in defeat (5)
12 The umpire receives foreign money when giving the result (9)
13 Monotonous grind but may be mild later (9)ANAGRAM of MILD LATER
15 Food spilt by blabbermouths (5)
16 Cattle drive (5)
18 Val waited around - what a bore! (5,4)ANAGRAM of VAL WAITED
21 Most important architectural monument to see? (9)
24 In favour of leave but do without (5)
25 Use evil trickery to become hard to find (7)ANAGRAM of USE EVIL
26 Prayer for one who may supply money to us (7)
27 Ted returned cart decrepit and run down (7)ANAGRAM of TED CART
28 Marks the wrong section (7)ANAGRAM of SECTION

Down:
1 Being upright, may be allowed to share a secret (7)
2 Loud chuckle first heard from Lewis Carroll (7)
3 What the knight posted to his armour suppliers? (4,5)
4 Sense of position say (5)
5 Dissipated period died out (9)
6 In all it reduces capacity (5)CONTAINED INSIDE
7 Vessel almost departed with the wrong load (7)GON for ALMPST DEPARTED+ANAGRAM of LOAD
8 Watches teachers marking correctly? (7)
14 A grave commitment (9)
15 Ring contest (9)
16 Prosper like an heir will do (7)
17 New test run charge (7)ANAGRAM of TEST RUN
19 Bill and Cyril involved in making textiles (7)AC for BILL+ANAGRAM of CYRIL
20 They overuse their eyes we hear (7)
22 Girl from the States taking the morning off (5)
23 Become informed about renal structure (5)ANAGRAM of RENAL
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Aa Aa Aa Aa Aa Aa Aa Aa Aa METRO CRYP­TIC CROSS­WORD +10 more ACROSS 1 Changes to suits? (7) 5 The plea­sure the Turk­ish take in a sweet (7) 9 Grind on per­haps be­ing mo­not­o­nous (7) 10 Cast in a dev­il­ish mould (7) 11 Inac­cu­rate serve re­sults in de­feat (5) 12 The um­pire re­ceives for­eign money when giv­ing the re­sult (9) 13 Monotonous grind but may be mild later (9) 15 Food spilt by blab­ber­mouths (5) 16 Cat­tle drive (5) 18 Val waited around – what a bore! (5,4) 21 Most im­por­tant ar­chi­tec­tural mon­u­ment to see? (9) 24 In favour of leave but do with­out (5) 25 Use evil trick­ery to be­come hard to find (7) 26 Prayer for one who may sup­ply money to us (7) 27 Ted re­turned cart de­crepit and run down (7) 28 Marks the wrong sec­tion (7) DOWN 1 Be­ing up­right, may be al­lowed to share a se­cret (7) 2 Loud chuckle first heard from Lewis Car­roll (7) 3 What the knight posted to his ar­mour sup­pli­ers? (4,5) 4 Sense of po­si­tion say (5) 5 Dis­si­pated pe­riod died out (9) 6 In all it re­duces ca­pac­ity (5) 7 Ves­sel al­most de­parted with the wrong load (7) 8 Watches teach­ers mark­ing cor­rectly? (7) 14 A grave com­mit­ment (9) 15 Ring con­test (9) 16 Pros­per like an heir will do (7) 17 New test run charge (7) 19 Bill and Cyril in­volved in mak­ing tex­tiles (7) 20 They overuse their eyes we hear (7) 22 Girl from the States tak­ing the morn­ing off (5) 23 Be­come in­formed about re­nal struc­ture (5) ACROSS 1 Changes to suits? (7) 5 The plea­sure the Turk­ish take in a sweet (7) 9 Grind on per­haps be­ing mo­not­o­nous (7) 10 Cast in a dev­il­ish mould (7) 11 Inac­cu­rate serve re­sults in de­feat (5) 12 The um­pire re­ceives for­eign money when giv­ing the re­sult (9) 13 Monotonous grind but may be mild later (9) 15 Food spilt by blab­ber­mouths (5) 16 Cat­tle drive (5) 18 Val waited around – what a bore! (5,4) 21 Most im­por­tant ar­chi­tec­tural mon­u­ment to see? (9) 24 In favour of leave but do with­out (5) 25 Use evil trick­ery to be­come hard to find (7) 26 Prayer for one who may sup­ply money to us (7) 27 Ted re­turned cart de­crepit and run down (7) 28 Marks the wrong sec­tion (7) DOWN 1 Be­ing up­right, may be al­lowed to share a se­cret (7) 2 Loud chuckle first heard from Lewis Car­roll (7) 3 What the knight posted to his ar­mour sup­pli­ers? (4,5) 4 Sense of po­si­tion say (5) 5 Dis­si­pated pe­riod died out (9) 6 In all it re­duces ca­pac­ity (5) 7 Ves­sel al­most de­parted with the wrong load (7) 8 Watches teach­ers mark­ing cor­rectly? (7) 14 A grave com­mit­ment (9) 15 Ring con­test (9) 16 Pros­per like an heir will do (7) 17 New test run charge (7) 19 Bill and Cyril in­volved in mak­ing tex­tiles (7) 20 They overuse their eyes we hear (7) 22 Girl from the States tak­ing the morn­ing off (5) 23 Be­come in­formed about re­nal struc­ture (5) ACROSS 1 Changes to suits? (7) 5 The plea­sure the Turk­ish take in a sweet (7) 9 Grind on per­haps be­ing mo­not­o­nous (7) 10 Cast in a dev­il­ish mould (7) 11 Inac­cu­rate serve re­sults in de­feat (5) 12 The um­pire re­ceives for­eign money when giv­ing the re­sult (9) 13 Monotonous grind but may be mild later (9) 15 Food spilt by blab­ber­mouths (5) 16 Cat­tle drive (5) 18 Val waited around – what a bore! (5,4) 21 Most im­por­tant ar­chi­tec­tural mon­u­ment to see? (9) 24 In favour of leave but do with­out (5) 25 Use evil trick­ery to be­come hard to find (7) 26 Prayer for one who may sup­ply money to us (7) 27 Ted re­turned cart de­crepit and run down (7) 28 Marks the wrong sec­tion (7) DOWN 1 Be­ing up­right, may be al­lowed to share a se­cret (7) 2 Loud chuckle first heard from Lewis Car­roll (7) 3 What the knight posted to his ar­mour sup­pli­ers? (4,5) 4 Sense of po­si­tion say (5) 5 Dis­si­pated pe­riod died out (9) 6 In all it re­duces ca­pac­ity (5) 7 Ves­sel al­most de­parted with the wrong load (7) 8 Watches teach­ers mark­ing cor­rectly? (7) 14 A grave com­mit­ment (9) 15 Ring con­test (9) 16 Pros­per like an heir will do (7) 17 New test run charge (7) 19 Bill and Cyril in­volved in mak­ing tex­tiles (7) 20 They overuse their eyes we hear (7) 22 Girl from the States tak­ing the morn­ing off (5) 23 Be­come in­formed about re­nal struc­ture (5) ACROSS Parthasarathy Add Comment More + Share Listen Bookmark Page View Print The Sunday Age22 Nov 2015Page 38 SU­DOKU There is only one rule to com­plet­ing a su­doku: each 3 x 3 box, as well as each row and each col­umn, must con­tain all the num­bers 1 to 9. While the rules of this logic puz­zle may be sim­ple, there are nu­mer­ous strate­gies to help you solve it. Continue