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Brain Stormer: India’s NSG Bid: Is China A Roadblock?

While struggling for the coveted membership in the Nuclear Supplier’s Group (NSG), it has been widely felt that India’s chances are being scuttled by China. The recent NSG plenary in...

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Govt sets UCC ball rolling

Govt sets UCC ball rolling

Saturday, 02 July 2016 | Pioneer News Service | New Delhi

In a far-reaching decision that can trigger a heated political debate, the Narendra Modi Government has asked the Law Commission to “examine” the contentious issue of implementing the Uniform Civil Code. This is the first time a Union Government has...

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ASUS India eyes 50% market share in gaming laptops by next year

Friday, 01 July 2016 | IANS | Kolkata
ASUS India eyes 50% market share in gaming laptops by next year
Taiwan-based technology major ASUS India said on Friday it is eyeing to capture 50 per cent share of the gaming laptops market in India by next year. "We have about 30 per cent market share of...

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Neymar extends Barcelona contract until 2021

Friday, 01 July 2016 | IANS | Barcelona
Neymar extends Barcelona contract until 2021
FC Barcelona star Neymar on Friday signed a contract extension with the reigning La Liga champions which will keep the Brazil captain for the next five football seasons, until June 2021. The 24-year-old’s buy-out clause has...

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India Abroad

Sikh musician racially profiled at US restaurant

Friday, 01 July 2016 | PTI | Houston
Sikh musician racially profiled at US restaurant
A Sikh musician has claimed he was racially profiled while having lunch at a restaurant in Orlando when a "concerned citizen" called police to investigate him for carrying a "suspicious container" which just contained his...

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HEALTH & FITNESS

Excess smoking, narcotics use cause infertility: Doctors

Friday, 01 July 2016 | IANS | New Delhi
Excess smoking, narcotics use cause infertility: Doctors
Excess smoking and use of other narcotic substances, including marijuana, can cause infertility in both males and females, doctors have said. They said while cigarettes do not necessarily cause infertility, they can have an adverse effect...

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Winemaker's secret

Winemaker's secret

Saturday, 02 July 2016 | Christy Varghese

The Lalit hosted a tasting session of some choicest wines. Sula's Ajoy Shaw shares an etiquette guide with Christy Varghese The brief yet torrential downpour the day before might have caught many unawares but it came as a huge relief for Delhiites who have been complaining of the prickly summer heat. And what better way might there be to celebrate, than by sipping on some of the choicest wines, that to home grown. Sula has organised over 2000 wine tasting sessions...

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  • Indigenously developed Tejas fighter jet inducted into Air Force. Tejas will take our air strength to new heights.
    Defence Minister | Manohar Parrikar
  • If our (women-centric) films are watched more then things will change. It has started happening the more it happens the better.
    Actor | Priyanka Chopra
  • Brexit has created uncertainty. We believe this is likely to dampen growth in the near term, particularly in the UK, but with repercussions also for Europe and the global economy.
    IMF spokesperson | Gerry Rice

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    More than 1.5 lakh jobs are to be created in India’s digital marketing space in the coming years. Organisations, waking...

  • Change to educate

    The draft of New Education Policy suggests landmark recommendations that aims to revamp the system and improve quality of education...

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

  • India must give China a tit-for-tat response

    Saturday, 02 July 2016 | M Ratan | Via email
    This refers to the article, “‘One country’ which has not been nice”, (June 30) by Claude Arpi. At a time when China has been nasty and inimical to India's interests vis-a-vis its membership to the Nuclear Supplier Group, the author has rightly contrasted China's ingratitude and lack of reciprocity against...

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