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US Open 2017: Rafael Nadal keeps FEDAL hope alive, sails into quarter-final round
Nadal will now await for the winner between Andrey Rublev and David Goffin for his quarter-final clash. He is now one win away from the most anticiapated rivalary – Federer vs Nadal at the Arthur Ashe.   [...]
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Shivraj Singh Chouhan: See no anti-incumbency, no thought of moving me to Centre
The Madhya Pradesh CM, in an interview with India Today Group Editorial Director Raj Chengappa, outlined how the state was doing in various sectors and his plans for the state were he to win again. [...]
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Xiaomi's Redmi Pro has an OLED screen, dual-camera and 4GB RAM, on a budget
  The LG G5 and Huawei P9 both have dual-cameras on the back, but they’re flagship class phones. Xiaomi, however, wants to bring this setup, touted as the future of mobile photography, to the budg... [...]
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The child labourers helping luxury cars sparkle – video
Mica is a mineral used in products from cosmetics to car paint, where it creates a shiny, sparkly effect. It’s even used in heating elements for some household appliances. In India, illegal mines are known to use child labour. The link between child exploitation and cosmetics came to light over a decade ago, but a Guardian investigation has now revealed links to the car paint industryRead the full story: Car firms linked to child labour over glittery mica paint Continue reading... [...]
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Game is on
It is a measure of Nepal’s shambolic politics and the undue influence of neighbours in it that Pushpa Kamal Dahal, or Prachanda, who accused “the external lord” of unseating him as prime minister in 2008, is now accused of maneuvering himself back i [...]
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Modi-Mamata face off over Independence Day celebrations in Bengal schools
Amidst the raging controversy over BJP ruled Uttar Pradesh government's diktat making it compulsory for Madrasa students to sing the national song "Vande Mataram" on I-day, the Bengal government has decided to suspend all such school programmes on that day. [...]
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Check TNUSRB Result 2017 PC, Jail Warder, Firemen provisional selection list at tnusrbonline.org
The TNUSRB Result 2017 PC, Jail Warder, Firemen provisional selection list has been published. The provisional list is available on the official website. TNUSRB has recently conducted recruitment test for police constables, jail warders and firemen posts, in which [...]
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Walnuts, soybean may prevent diabetes risk
A study showed unsaturated fats like walnuts and soybean can help in reducing blood sugar levels. (Source: File photo) Eating more unsaturated fats like walnuts and soybean in place [...]
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Alleged 'honour killing' victim was harassed by relative in Bradford
West Yorkshire police confirm Samia Shahid, who died in uncertain circumstances in Pakistan, was harassed during family visit in SeptemberA British woman who died in Pakistan in a possible “honour” killing had been harassed by a family member in Bradford, West Yorkshire police have confirmed.Samia Shahid, 28, who died in uncertain circumstances in Pakistan last Wednesday, had returned to Bradford in September to try to patch things up with members of her family who were unhappy she had married an “outsider” from a different Islamic sect, friends said. Continue reading... [...]
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Kapoor and Sons movie review: Sidharth brings an attractive vulnerability, Fawad doesn’t lift off the screen
Kapoor and Sons review: Sidharth Malhotra brings to the table a loose-limbed pleasing vulnerability which he reveals slowly. Fawad plays his straight, and he doesn’t lift off the screen. Ri [...]
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Indian cargo ship hijacked by Somali pirates on way to Yemen
All 11 crew members on the ship belong to Mandavi in Mumbai. [...]
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Myanmar's Aung San Suu Kyi: 'ethnic cleansing' too strong a term for crisis
Nobel peace prize winner faces criticism over handling of crisis in Muslim-majority region, where soldiers accused of violence have barred aid workersMyanmar’s leader, Aung San Suu Kyi, said ethnic cleansing was too strong a term to describe what was happening in the Muslim-majority Rakhine region, the BBC reported on Wednesday. Related: Aung San Suu Kyi: Myanmar's great hope fails to live up to expectations Continue reading... [...]
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US: United Airlines passenger dragged off overbooked flight, video of incident sparks uproar
Officers could be seen grabbing the screaming man from a window seat, pulling him across the armrest and dragging him down the aisle by his arms. [...]
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24-hour lynching helpline: Bombay High Court's notice to Mumbai Police ahead of Bakr-Eid
The PIL is in reference to the rising in number of cow vigilantism cases. [...]
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Suspected militants, who gunned down cable operator in Kashmir, identified
A police official told India today that Hilal Ahmad Malik, resident of Malik Mohalla, Shopian was shot at by the gunmen near his residence around 8:05 pm. [...]
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BMW i3 facelift unveiled with a top-spec 184hp i3s
BMW i3 facelift unveiled with a top-spec 184hp i3s [...]
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Micromax Evok Note
  Indian born consumer electronics firm Micromax has been quite candid recently. The company admitted that the recent influx of Oppo, Vivo and other players led the company to rethink its strategies. An... [...]
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Address train derailments immediately: Piyush Goyal tells officials
Following three train derailments, Railway Minister Piyush Goyal on Thursday directed the railway board to undertake immediate measures to address train derailments and eliminate all the unmanned level crossings. He also directed the board officials to expedite procurement of [...]
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Hokey Pokey ice cream review: It’s all about funky wordplay and an immersive experience
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Australia offers to pay Rohingya refugees to return to Myanmar
Exclusive: Rohingya sent to detention island in Papua New Guinea pressured to return to Myanmar, where thousands have fled ethnic persecutionAustralia is promising thousands of dollars to Rohingya refugees who agree to return to Myanmar, a country that has been accused of ethnic cleansing against the Muslim minority.Asylum seekers in the Australian-run detention centre on Papua New Guinea’s Manus Island, have been pressured by officials to return to their home countries, even if they face violence. Related: Myanmar: footage reveals scorched-earth campaign against Rohingya Related: Manus Island: judge approves $70m compensation for detainees Continue reading... [...]
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India to bring back stranded elephant from Bangladesh
Kolkata, July 27: The Centre has cleared a proposal to send a rescue team to Bangladesh to bring back an elephant stranded in the neighbouring country after being washed away by the strong currents of the Brahmaputra from Assam. Officials of [...]
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Chinese troops try intruding into Indian territory in Ladakh, attempt foiled
An attempt by Chinese soldiers to enter Indian territory along the banks of Pangong lake in Ladakh was foiled by Indian troops on Tuesday. Two attempts were made by Chinese troops to intrude into Indian territory, both of which [...]
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The lack of legality in the US-led invasion of Afghanistan | Letters
Ian Sinclair takes issue with the idea that the 2001 invasion was legal. Plus Dr Richard Lawson suggests that the west buy Afghan farmers’ opium crop, medicalise it, and use it medicinally in AfricaWas the 2001 US-led invasion and subsequent ongoing occupation of Afghanistan “never an illegal war”, as the Guardian asserts (Editorial, 23 August)?Written in 2010, the official House of Commons Library briefing paper on the subject makes interesting reading: “The military campaign in Afghanistan was not specifically mandated by the UN, but was widely (although not universally) perceived to be a legitimate form of self-defence under the UN charter.” Continue reading... [...]
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Technology and multinationals: Taking another look
New Delhi hosted two important international conferences in the past few weeks. One organized by the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) and the other by the International Chambers of Commerce (ICC). Both conferences focused mainly on the pattern of international economic relations and the establishment of a just and equitable economic order. [...]
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Five factors AAP may consider before announcing Sidhu as its face in Punjab
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New FDI norms pave way for Apple Stores in India
  The Indian Government has reportedly approved a three-year exemption from the 30% annual local sourcing norms required for foreign single-brand retail companies with “cutting-edge technology&rdq... [...]
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Dell Inspiron 3000, 5000 hybrid laptops: Versatile, not premium
  Dell has introduced its new lineup of hybrid laptops in India, under the Inspiron series. The Inspiron 3000 series now has an 11.6" hybrid with Pentium and Core m3 processor variants, while the I... [...]
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