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Cops scan CCTVs at CM house

Cops scan CCTVs at CM house

Saturday, 24 February 2018 | Staff Reporter | New Delhi

In a move that raised many eyebrows and evoked a sharp response from the ruling Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), the Delhi Police on Friday visited the Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s official residence at Civil Lines and seized hard disks containing...

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'Made in India' 4G LTE telecom system to connect rural areas

Friday, 23 February 2018 | IANS | New Delhi
'Made in India' 4G LTE telecom system to connect rural areas
In an effort to provide high-speed connectivity in rural areas, domestic telecom equipment manufacturer VNL on Friday unveiled a "Made in India" 4G LTE telecom system. The system ensures seamless connectivity at affordable prices. It...

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T20 is must for game of cricket, says Ganguly

Friday, 23 February 2018 | PTI | Coimbatore
T20 is must for game of cricket, says Ganguly
Former India captain Sourav Ganguly today batted for Twenty20 tournaments, saying without it, the game of cricket could not survive. Replying to a specific question on cricketers playing continuous matches without any rest and also different...

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India Abroad

Maldives warns India against interfering in its internal affairs

Friday, 23 February 2018 | PTI | Male
Maldives warns India against interfering in its internal affairs
The Maldives has warned India against taking "any actions" that could hinder resolving the political crisis in the country, as New Delhi expressed its deep dismay over the extension of emergency in the island nation. The...

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HEALTH & FITNESS

This AI tool may accelerate diagnosis of eye diseases, pneumonia

Friday, 23 February 2018 | IANS | New York
This AI tool may accelerate diagnosis of eye diseases, pneumonia
A novel image-based diagnostic tool, developed using artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning techniques, may potentially speed up diagnoses and treatment of patients with retinal diseases and pneumonia among children, researcher say. The findings showed that...

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A sundar spot

A sundar spot

Saturday, 24 February 2018 | Kritika Dua

The 90-acre heritage park and landscape marvel whose extensive renovation work took around a decade unveils the forgotten tombs. By Kritika Dua A kite basking in the afternoon sun near Sundar Burj, the first mausoleum which gazes right at you as soon as you enter the newly-restored Sundar Nursery, catches your eye simply because you seldom see its kind resting in the city, usually soaring in dizzying swirls. But then that’s what this new oasis, revamped by the Aga Khan Trust,...

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  • India has been very supportive, and they've pledged additional developmental aid in Afghanistan. They've been willing to help with aviation maintenance.
    Pentagon Chief spokesperson —Dana White
  • I see a lot of people getting depressed and emotional, but I can’t afford that luxury of being depressed or sad or emotional because no matter what I am going through, it works against me.
    Actor —Salman Khan
  • Kamal Haasan's public meeting was good, I watched it. Our paths and styles may be different but our goal is same, that is doing good for people.
    Superstar —Rajnikanth

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When misogyny is internalised

Jasoda: a novel Author - Kiran Nagarkar Publisher - Fourth Estate, Rs 599 A pregnant woman squeezes her legs to kill her girl child, family time translates to...

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  • England now beckons PV Sindhu

    Saturday, 24 February 2018 | Ganapathi Bhat | Akola
    It was Prakash Padukone and Pullela Gopichand who broke some myths to lift the Indian badminton. Later on, the country’s women badminton players outscored their male counterparts to surge ahead in the medal--hunt at different tournaments. Saina Nehwal initially stole the thunder only to be joined by the effervescent Puserla...

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