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‘Modi can’t win Pak peace at India’s cost’

‘Modi can’t win Pak peace at India’s cost’

Sunday, 22 October 2017 | PTI | Washington

Prime Minister Narendra Modi cannot “pursue peace” with Pakistan in a way that “cuts his own security”, a top Trump administration official has said, asserting that it is in the interest of Islamabad to build confidence with New Delhi to...

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ONGC plans to raise oil output by 4 MT by 2020

Sunday, 22 October 2017 | PTI | New Delhi
ONGC plans to raise oil output by 4 MT by 2020
ONGC has drawn a blueprint to raise crude oil production by 4 million tonne (MT) and almost double natural gas output by 2020 to meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi's target of cutting India's import dependence...

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Mourinho tears into Man Utd after shock loss

Sunday, 22 October 2017 | AFP | Huddersfield (United Kingdom)
Mourinho tears into Man Utd after shock loss
Jose Mourinho launched a withering verbal attack on his Manchester United players following their surprise Premier League defeat at Huddersfield Town and confessed he was shocked by their lacklustre performance. United were beaten for the first...

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India Abroad

British-Indian couple launch awareness drive in memory of daughter

Sunday, 22 October 2017 | PTI | London
British-Indian couple launch awareness drive in memory of daughter
An Indian-origin couple based in London have launched a worldwide allergy awareness drive in memory of their nine-year-old daughter who died of a severe reaction to blackberries and dairy. The Nainika Tikoo Memorial Trust (NTMT) for...

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HEALTH & FITNESS

Oral sex ups men's risk of head and neck cancer

Sunday, 22 October 2017 | IANS | New York
Oral sex ups men's risk of head and neck cancer
Smoking and having oral sex with multiple partners may put men at increased risk of developing a type of head and neck cancer that is triggered by exposure to the human papilloma virus, known as...

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Nailing  it with laughter

Nailing it with laughter

Saturday, 21 October 2017 | Kritika Dua

Internet sensation Biswa Kalyan Rath is debuting as a writer with a web series. He speaks to Kritika Dua about his show and the need for letting kids chase their own dreams The best way to address “India’s Toxic Education System” is to talk about it with a dash of humour. 3 Idiots addressed all that is wrong with the country’s education system and Indian parents obsession with engineering. And now Biswa Kalyan Rath, graduate of IIT Kharagpur and a ‘victim’...

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SOUND BITE

  • We don't discriminate on the basis of caste, creed and religion. In the previous ‘Ravan Raj', there was discrimination on the basis of family, caste and other factors.
    UP Chief Minister | Yogi Adityanath
  • Absolutely heart breaking to see the recent attack on art designer for Padmavati! Disgusting and appalling to say the least!
    Actor | Deepika Padukone
  • China's provocative actions in the South China Sea directly challenge the international law and norms that the US and India both stand for.
    Secretary of State | Rex Tillerson

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  • Money matters

    Many of you must be planning to study abroad. Sudarshan Motwani says it is crucial to have answers to forex-related...

  • ‘An office nearby is loaded with benefits’

    Ashish Agrawal lists things one can do to uplift productivity at the office Many research directed to demonstrate that proficiency of...

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The global tax avoidance industry

Black Money And Tax Havens Author - Prof R Vaidyanathan Publisher - Westland, Rs 350 Scholarly research on the percentage of black money in India and the implications...

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

  • To curb air pollution, our cities need fewer cars

    Saturday, 21 October 2017 | CV Krishna Manoj | Hyderabad
    This refers to the editorial, “The devil in Diesel” (October 18). Colombian politician, Gustavo Petro had once observed: “A developed country is not a place where the poor have cars. It's where the rich use public transportation”. The editorial has rightly concluded that although cleaner and efficient fuels (eg, Bharat-VI...

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