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23 die in Muzaffarnagar train accident

23 die in Muzaffarnagar train accident

Sunday, 20 August 2017 | Pioneer News Service | Muzaffarnagar/New Delhi

At least 23 people lost their lives and over 50 others sustained injuries as 14 bogies of the Utkal Express (Puri-Nizamuddin-Haridwar) derailed in Khautali in Muzaffarnagar, about 100 kilometre from the national Capital, on Saturday around 5.45 pm. The train, headed...

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Global cues, Infy turmoil to dictate market trend: Experts

Sunday, 20 August 2017 | PTI | New Delhi,
Global cues, Infy turmoil to dictate market trend: Experts
Global cues and developments at the crisis-hit Infosys will dictate market sentiment in a holiday-shortened week ahead, say experts. Markets will be closed on Friday for 'Ganesh Chaturthi'. Vishal Sikka's surprise resignation as Infosys CEO on Friday...

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Sports Bytes

Nadal confirmed for Brisbane International

Sunday, 20 August 2017 | AFP | BRISBANE
Nadal confirmed for Brisbane International
New world number one Rafael Nadal will return to play in the Brisbane International ahead of the Australian Open early next year, organisers said today. The 15-time Grand Slam champion will take the top rankings spot...

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India Abroad

Far-right politician wants to offer Indians money to leave UK

Saturday, 19 August 2017 | PTI | London
Far-right politician wants to offer Indians money to leave UK
A leadership candidate for the UK's anti-immigrant far-right party has come up with a radical plan to cut "unnecessary population" in the UK by "incentivising" some migrants, including from India, to return to the country...

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HEALTH & FITNESS

Eye test may detect Alzheimer's years before symptoms appear

Sunday, 20 August 2017 | PTI | Los Angeles
Eye test may detect Alzheimer's years before symptoms appear
Scientists have developed a non-invasive eye test that may detect the key signs of Alzheimer's years before patients start experiencing its symptoms. Researchers at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in the US found that Alzheimer's disease affects the...

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Vivacity

Life-size lessons

Life-size lessons

Saturday, 19 August 2017 | Saimi Sattar

The MiTalks series on Health and Humanity is a journey through grit and determination, says Saimi Sattar Say ‘two’ as if you you are expelling spit and that is the first step towards beat-boxing, the art of mimicking drum machines using one’s mouth, lips, tongue and voice,” says Vineeth Vincent, beat-boxer and MC for the programme MiTalks on Health and Humanity organised by FICCI Heal. Vincent goes on to entertain the hall which is full capacity, with at least...

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SOUND BITE

  • Rahul Gandhi does not know the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, nor has he tried to understand the Sangh. He does not even know the history of India.
    Senior RSS leader | Manmohan Vaidya
  • What bothers me is why are people more concerned about my pictures and not what is happening around the world.
    Actor | Esha Gupta
  • India welcomes the US's designation of Hizbul Mujahideen as a terrorist. This reflects the joint commitment of the two countries to firmly deal with terrorism.
    MEA spokesperson | Raveesh Kumar

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  • Overseas portfolio

    ADARSH KHANDELWAL lists down pros and cons of undergrad courses in different countries USA The US is by far the most popular...

  • How to market your business

    Now that young & fresh enterpreneurs are budding on the career graph, here is a look at ways to increase...

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Loyal Stalkers Author- hhimi Tenduf-La Publisher-PanMacmillan, Rs 499 Author Chhimi Tenduf-la tells ANANYA BORGOHAIN about how he prefers dialogue to description in his stories, never facing writer’s block,...

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

  • A price cap on knee implant not enough

    Saturday, 19 August 2017 | MC Joshi | Lucknow
    This refers to the editorial, “Making health affordable” (August 18). Although 60 per cent rate cut for knee implants must come as a huge relief for knee patients but the question is whether, for the patient, the total cost of knee replacement procedure will go down in the same proportion. In...

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