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CBI: Karti erased  evidence abroad

CBI: Karti erased evidence abroad

Saturday, 23 September 2017 | Abraham Thomas | New Delhi

The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Friday produced damning evidence in the Supreme Court against Karti Chidambaram, the son of former Finance Minister P Chidambaram, accusing him of “closing” foreign bank accounts containing lakh of British pounds during his...

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Subdued economic sentiment weighs heavy on equity indices

Saturday, 23 September 2017 | IANS | Mumbai
Subdued economic sentiment weighs heavy on equity indices
Subdued macro-economic sentiment, coupled with rising geo-political tensions in the Korean Peninsula and continuous outflows of foreign funds dragged the key Indian equity markets in the red last week. Consequently, the two key indices --...

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Our players can read spinners, says Australia's Warner

Saturday, 23 September 2017 | IANS | Indore
Our players can read spinners, says Australia's Warner
Australia vice-captain David Warner on Saturday dismissed the claims that his team is not reading India's spinners on the current tour. Australian batsmen struggled to pick the spin duo of Yuzvendra Chahal and Kuldeep Yadav...

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India Abroad

Rahul Gandhi's US takeaways positive, but rejuvenating Congress still a task

Saturday, 23 September 2017 | IANS
Rahul Gandhi's US takeaways positive, but rejuvenating Congress still a task
Two weeks of a well-orchestrated tour of the US may not be enough to determine whether Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi is a reflective and seriously analytical politician, as his supporters insist, or a privileged...

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HEALTH & FITNESS

Smartphone apps may help treat depression: study

Saturday, 23 September 2017 | IANS | Singapore
Smartphone apps may help treat depression: study
An Indian businessman flew all the way to Singapore and lined up for 13 hours overnight outside an Apple store to buy the latest iPhone as a wedding gift for his daughter. Amin Ahmed Dholiya, 43,...

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For old time’s sake

For old time’s sake

Saturday, 23 September 2017 | Kritika Dua

The iconic triangular-shaped building of Chanakya cinema was the place to catch a movie before the multiplexes took over. Old-timers talk to Kritika Dua about its newest avatar and the good times When curtains came down on the Chanakya cinema with the night show of Taare Zameen Par on December 27, 2007, it was the end of an era. People were disheartened by the closing of the iconic cinema hall which was built in 1970. Raj Kapoor’s Mera Naam Joker...

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  • The Kashmir issue is left over from history. China hopes India and Pakistan can increase dialogue, handle relevant issues and jointly safeguard regional peace and stability.
    Chinese foreign ministry spokesman | Lu Kang
  • What struck me the most was the film's (documentary) authenticity in the way Chris, the director, chose to show my lowest lows, my highest highs.
    Pop star | Lady Gaga
  • In its short history, Pakistan has become a geography synonymous with terror. It is now ‘terroristan', with a flourishing industry producing and exporting global terrorism.
    Indian diplomat | Eenam Gambhir

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    PG DIPLOMA IN MENTAL HEALTH The Xavier School of Management announces admission to the Executive Diploma in Human Resource Management for...

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Uncanny ode to freedom

A State of Freedom Author- Neel Mukherjee Publisher- Penguin Random House, Rs 545 Searing and uncanny in equal measure, Neel Mukherjee’s new book, A State of Freedom, is...

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

  • Sustainable growth requires patience

    Saturday, 23 September 2017 | Kanishka Pathak | Dhanbad
    This refers to the editorial, “GDP in need of botox” (September 22). There is a trounce in the growth indices and that does not allude the facts that the course chosen for achieving growth is awry, may be due to other extraneous factors that indirectly influence growth rates in India....

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