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SP among 12 killed in terror attack

Tuesday, 28 July 2015 | PNS | Chandigarh

SP among 12 killed in terror attack

Gurdaspur Superintendent of Police (Detective) and 11 others fell to the bullets in the 12-hour long gun battle between security forces and Pakistan-based militants who attacked Dinanagar police station around 5 am on Monday. Three…

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Vivacity

No room for error

Tuesday, 28 July 2015 | Shrabasti Mallik

No room for error

Even though Salman Khan has retracted his passionate posts from a micro-blogging site, media experts and advocates feel that he should have been responsible as the comments can be used as legal evidence against him.…

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Sports Bytes

Sporting legends Milkha Singh, Balbir Sr pay tributes to Kalam

Tuesday, 28 July 2015 | PTI | Chandigarh

Sporting legends Milkha Singh, Balbir Sr pay tributes to Kalam

Sporting legends Milkha Singh and Balbir Singh Sr today paid rich tributes to late former President A P J Abdul Kalam, describing him as a visionary who ignited the young minds. Both said the void…

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POTPOURRI

Harsha Bhogle to debut on fiction TV

Tuesday, 28 July 2015 | IANS | Mumbai

Harsha Bhogle to debut on fiction TV

Cricket commentator Harsha Bhogle, who usually hosts non-fiction TV shows, will be seen doing a cameo in upcoming TV show “Sumit Sambhal Lega”. This will be his first fiction appearance on the small screen. Bhogle,…

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BUSINESS & FINANCE

'India won't prove easy for Satya Nadella to push Windows 10'

Tuesday, 28 July 2015 | IANS | New Delhi

'India won't prove easy for Satya Nadella to push Windows 10'

As the world awaits the Wednesday launch of Windows 10 operating system by Microsoft, with which its Indian-born chief executive Satya Nadella wants to power a billion devices in a few years, its potential efficacy…

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HEALTH & FITNESS

'Facebook obsession can lead girls to risky dieting'

Tuesday, 28 July 2015 | IANS | New York

'Facebook obsession can lead girls to risky dieting'

Women's emotional attachment to Facebook can lead to poor perception of their body and also follow risky dieting, a study says. The study included 128 college-aged women who completed an online survey about their eating…

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Avenues

Sharpen your skills

Wednesday, 22 July 2015 | Rohit Aggarwal

Sharpen your skills

Information Technology offers lucrative career options but in order to stay ahead of others and stand out in the crowd, it is important to get the right skills. Hence, it is important to keep a…

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India Abroad

US wants to see tension reduced between India, Pakistan

Tuesday, 28 July 2015 | PTI | Washington

US wants to see tension reduced between India, Pakistan

The US has said it wants to see tension reduced between India and Pakistan, but made it clear that it is for the two nations to resolve their differences bilaterally. "We want to see the…

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SHOW TIME

The new but old Sherlock

Sunday, 26 July 2015 | MEENAKSHI RAO

The new but old Sherlock

Mr holmes Starring:Sir Ian McKellen, Laura Linney, Hiroyuki Sanada, Milo Parker Rated:7/10 This is not the Sherlock Holmes you may have grown up with. He is not young, far from cocky or even self-assured though some of his…

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Books

Entering the walled city

Sunday, 26 July 2015 | Ankita Arora

Entering the walled city

Ahmedabad Writer: Amrita Shah Publisher: Bloomsbury Rs499 Amrita Shah is a perfect flneur who unfolds the city of Ahmedabad in front of the reader in a series of vignettes. This is a kaleidoscopic city which encompasses and…

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Red-tapism is killing India's business spirit

Tuesday, 28 July 2015 | TT Sakaria | Delhi

This refers to the article, “Doing business in India is still a nightmare” (July 27) by Joginder Singh. I congratulate the writer for his relentless crusade against corruption through his various articles published in The…

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Sunday Edition

Entering the walled city

26 Jul 2015 | Ankita Arora | Delhi

Ahmedabad Writer: Amrita Shah Publisher: Bloomsbury Rs499 Amrita Shah is a perfect flneur who unfolds the city of Ahmedabad in front of the reader in a series of vignettes. This is a kaleidoscopic city which encompasses and locates itself between crisis, recollection and obliteration, writes ANKITA ARORA Ahmedabad, also known as Amdavad, is the seventh largest city in India...

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STATE EDITIONS

We see only buildings in Mumbai, no greenery: Vivek Oberoi

28 Jul 2015 | Staff Reporter | Naya Raipur

Bollywood actor Vivek Oberoi on Monday said that the weather in Mumbai is becoming hotter day by day. “We can see only buildings in such Metro...

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SOUND BITES

I can't understand why time and again cross-border terror incidents take place when we want good relations with our neighbour.

Union Minister | Rajnath Singh

How amazing is Frieda Pinto in Desert Dancer! Never seen anyone dance like that. I wanted to wish her, but she doesn’t pick up my phone!

Bollywood actor | Hrithik Roshan

It is clear that the Government of Bahrain, by repeating unfounded allegations, seeks to create a climate of tension in the region.

Iranian diplomat | Marzieh Afkham

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