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Car waylaid, man shot, 4 gangraped

Car waylaid, man shot, 4 gangraped

Friday, 26 May 2017 | Souvik Mitra | Jewar/Greater Noida

In a horrific incident, reminiscent of the brutal Bulandshahr gangrape last year, a gang of six highway robbers waylaid a car, dragged four women and gangraped them in a sugarcane field in a Jewar village along the Jewar-Bulandshahr Highway in...

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Sad over recent IT layoffs, says Narayana Murthy

Friday, 26 May 2017 | PTI | Bengaluru
Sad over recent IT layoffs, says Narayana Murthy
Founder Chairman of Infosys N R Narayana Murthy today expressed sadness over the IT companies laying off their employees as part of their cost cutting strategy. "...It is sad...," Murthy told in an email reply...

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Sports Bytes

India bow out of Sudirman Cup; lose to China in quarters

Friday, 26 May 2017 | IANS | Gold Coast (Australia)
India bow out of Sudirman Cup; lose to China in quarters
India failed to breach the Chinese wall and going down to the top seed nation in the quarter-finals here on Friday bowed out of the Sudirman Cup mixed team badminton championship. India lost the first...

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India Abroad

Senate confirms Amul Thapar to key judicial post

Friday, 26 May 2017 | PTI | Washington
Senate confirms Amul Thapar to key judicial post
Amul Thapar, an Indian-American legal luminary and US President Donald Trump's first nominee to a powerful appeals court, has been confirmed by the US Senate to the key judicial position. Thapar, the first Indian-American to...

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HEALTH & FITNESS

Preeclampsia may up stroke risk by 6 times

Friday, 26 May 2017 | IANS | New York
Preeclampsia may up stroke risk by 6 times
One in ten pregnant women, who suffer preeclampsia -- characterised by high blood pressure, swollen feet, ankles and face and severe headaches -- may be six times more at risk of suffering a stroke during...

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A bigger gulp

A bigger gulp

Friday, 26 May 2017 | Angela Paljor

Whisky cocktails are redefining consumption patterns in metros this summer, says Angela Paljor The loyal drinkers of “whisky on the rocks with a twist” or the ones who preferred it with soda have been switching to a more colourful whisky cocktail culture. And this trend is something that majors are tapping into for expanding their market this summer. As bars in metros are buzzing with a new-found craze for whisky cocktails, James Pennefather, Managing Director, William Grant and Sons, India, tells us,...

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SOUND BITE

  • Sachin has proved his worth through his work. I've seen his ups and downs, but he has always kept quiet and let the game do the talking for him.
    Superstar | Shah Rukh Khan
  • Military solutions are to be provided by military officers, not through comments from politicians.Officers don’t have to consults MPs.
    Union Minister | Arun Jaitley
  • Sir Roger Moore was the greatest Bond of his time. He embraced the role with an easy charm and grace. He saved the world seven times.
    Actor | Pierce Brosnan

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  • Develop skilled manpower

    Skill development training, if delivered in a well-defined manner, can help bring the much needed talent to industry, says Narendra...

  • Windows 2017

    Delhi University- UG Delhi University (DU) has opened online registration for admission of students at various colleges which is based either...

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Bringing two nations together

India and Lithuania: a personal bond Author- Embassy of Lithuania This book contains important articles on historical personalities who contributed to forging a special connect between two...

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

  • Intent is noble but the road is pot-holed

    Friday, 26 May 2017 | R Narayanan | Ghaziabad
    We are at a bivouac after three years of the Narendra Modi Government, as part of a continuum in attaining a political identity since 1947. We have seen inherent societal fault-lines of caste, class, ethnicity, religion subsumed for a larger cause of freedom as it emerged eventually. That we took...

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