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93 blasts’ victims get justice at last

Thursday, 30 July 2015 | Pioneer News Service | New Delhi

93 blasts’ victims get justice at last

The Supreme Court on Wednesday ended all escape routes for the 1993 Mumbai blasts convict Yakub Abdul Razak Memon, paving the way for his execution early on Thursday morning. Late on Wednesday night, snuffing out…

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Vivacity

‘A common man as hero always works’

Thursday, 30 July 2015 | Neeti Nigam

‘A common man as hero always works’

Ajay Devgn feels that big stars do not sign up for small budget films as they are afraid of breaking their image. He tells Neeti Nigam that he chose to play the character of a…

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Sports Bytes

Raina completes a decade in International Cricket today

Thursday, 30 July 2015 | PTI | New Delhi

Raina completes a decade in International Cricket today

Indian batsman Suresh Raina today completed a decade in international cricket and said he is happy with way his career has progressed so far. He made his international debut on July 30, 2005 against Sri…

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POTPOURRI

SRK, Kajol recreate 'DDLJ' scene on 'Dilwale' set

Thursday, 30 July 2015 | IANS | Mumbai

SRK, Kajol recreate 'DDLJ' scene on 'Dilwale' set

Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan, who is currently shooting filmmaker Rohit Shetty's "Dilwale" in Bulgaria, took time out to recreate the magic of 1995 blockbuster film "Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge" along with his co-star Kajol. …

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BUSINESS & FINANCE

Lack of reforms might derail growth: Moody's Analytics

Thursday, 30 July 2015 | IANS | New Delhi

Lack of reforms might derail growth: Moody's Analytics

Predicting a 7.6 percent growth rate for India, research firm Moody's Analytics on Thursday warned that the economic expansion might slow down due to lack of reforms. The economic research and analysis firm's India forecast…

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HEALTH & FITNESS

Increasing salt intake puts you at high BP risk

Thursday, 30 July 2015 | IANS | Tokyo

Increasing salt intake puts you at high BP risk

Stressing for the need to maintain a lower salt diet over a lifetime, significant research has revealed that people who gradually increase the amount of salt in diets also face high blood pressure risk as…

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Avenues

Get creative with ad-making

Wednesday, 29 July 2015 | Syed Masood

Get creative with ad-making

If you have a creative bent of mind and are willing to burn the midnight oil, a career in advertising is what you are meant for. With the ad industry growing by leaps and bounds,…

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India Abroad

Obama enthusiastic about prospect of greater Indo-US ties: WH

Thursday, 30 July 2015 | PTI | Washington

Obama enthusiastic about prospect of greater Indo-US ties: WH

US President Barack Obama, is very enthusiastic about the prospect of increased Indo-US collaboration, economic growth for American companies and investments in India, the White House has said. "Generally speaking, in terms of the US-India…

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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

For leaders like Kalam, work was worship

Thursday, 30 July 2015 | SC Agrawal | Delhi

APJ Abdul Kalam had said, “Don't declare holiday on my death; instead work an extra day if you really love me.” There are too many political holidays on birth and death anniversaries of leaders. Great…

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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

‘Managing People Successfully’ workshop by PHDCCI

30 Jul 2015 | Staff Reporter | Raipur

A day-long Workshop was organised by PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PHDCCI) and Konrad Adenauer Stiftung (KAS) on the topic “Managing People Successfully” here on Wednesday.The session was conducted by CM Krishna, Honorary Advisor to PHDCCI and Dr (Cdr...

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SOUND BITES

The alternative to the Iran deal is not some kind of unicorn fantasy that contemplates Iran's complete capitulation.

US Secretary of State | John Kerry

It is difficult to make an interesting promo of films such as Drishyam. The promo is gripping, but the film is more gripping.

Bollywood actor | Ajay Devgn

APJ Abdul Kalam's tenure as President had witnessed unprecedented growth in US-India relations. He was an inspiration.

US President | Barack Obama

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