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Brain Stormer: India's blind spot at Rio: Track and Field
This year, India is sending its biggest track and field contingent to the Olympics. The team head for Rio will have as many as 36 athletes, almost double the number that had...
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Inundated! : India’s metros turn into swollen lakes

Inundated! : India’s metros turn into swollen lakes

Saturday, 30 July 2016 | Staff Reporter | Gurgaon/New Delhi

As torrential rain wreaked havoc in Gurgaon, the one-line tweet — Mumbai was made from seven islands. Gurugram (Gurgaon) is slowly turning into one — captured the frustration and helplessness of thousands of Delhi-Gurgaon commuters who were stranded on waterlogged...

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No losses of job, salary in SBI merger: Arundhati Bhattacharya

Saturday, 30 July 2016 | IANS | New Delhi
No losses of job, salary in SBI merger: Arundhati Bhattacharya
SBI Chairperson Arundhati Bhattacharya has said that there is no reason for the bank employees to be apprehensive of the upcoming mergers as there will be no losses of jobs or salaries in the process. €œThere...

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Rosberg is fastest in last free practice in Germany

Saturday, 30 July 2016 | IANS | Berlin
Rosberg is fastest in last free practice in Germany
German Formula One driver Nico Rosberg (Mercedes) led the last free practice for the German Grand Prix on Saturday. Rosberg made his best lap in 1:15.738, after he led the first and second free practices at...

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India Abroad

Indian-origin woman faces 25 years in prison for assaulting stepdaughter

Saturday, 30 July 2016 | IANS | New York
Indian-origin woman faces 25 years in prison for assaulting stepdaughter
An Indian-origin woman in the US has been charged with brutally abusing her 12-year-old stepdaughter for nearly two years, said US authorities. She now faces 25 years in jail. Sheetal Ranot, 35, was found guilty of...

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HEALTH & FITNESS

Moderate physical activity can prevent dementia

Saturday, 30 July 2016 | IANS | New York
Moderate physical activity can prevent dementia
An increase in physical activity can prevent new cases of dementia globally each year, a new study has revealed. According to the study, physical inactivity contributes to an estimated 5.3 million deaths each...

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Beyond the peaks

Beyond the peaks

Saturday, 30 July 2016 | Pioneer

Explorer Levison Wood walks the length of the world’s highest mountain range Six-month journey, over four million steps, trekking 1,700 grueling miles across the roof of the world, teaming up with local guides and meeting monks, soldiers and nomadic tribes, British Army officer and explorer Levison Wood has taken on an extreme challenge to walk the length of the world’s highest mountain range from Afghanistan in the west to Bhutan in the east. He won critical acclaim for his nine-month long trek...

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    Delhi Chief Minister | Arvind Kejriwal
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    Sameer Rastogi tells you that it is necessary for aspiring law students to know about the challenges, skills and the...

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    Graphology is the skill to analyse handwriting to recognise, assess and identify a person’s character. The graphic demonstration via the...

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It’s Not About You Author : Ratna Vira Publication : PanMacmillan, Rs 350 Ratna Vira has put forth a simple story infused with intriguing intertextual references from...

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

  • Yadav's dope comes as a huge setback for India

    Wednesday, 27 July 2016 | Azhar A Khan | Rampur
    This refers to the editorial, “India’s Rio hopes dampen” (July26). The sudden development regarding the Indian contingent to the Rio Olympics smells a rat of conspiracy as the freestyle wrestler Narsingh Yadav's dope test has been found positive with Methandienone, a banned substance. The star performer's entry was beset with...

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