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Mkts volatile; cap goods, metals up, pvt banks dip ... 17.3.2028 CNN-IBN Top Stories
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Kallis ton sets the pace for South Africa 1.6.2022 CNN-IBN Top Stories
South Africa, who were sent in to bat, were 262 for four wickets at the close of the first day of the first test against England on Wednesday.
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Sensex above 14500; telecom, IT, rate sensitives g ... 31.7.2021 CNN-IBN Top Stories
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Live! Top general says India pounding Pak posts to cause casualties 20.9.2015 Rediff: Top Stories (India)
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LIVE! Cops arrest 5 FTII students in midnight campus crackdown 19.9.2015 Rediff: Top Stories (India)
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Stephen Fry in Central America review: despite Fry’s subversiveness, we’re firmly in Wish You Were Here territory 28.8.2015 The Guardian -- Front Page
Mischievous and charming, he is moved to tears by a Mexico City demonstration against the drug wars – but there’s no attempt to investigate and tell us more It’s all Michael Palin’s fault. In 1989 Palin fronted Around the World in 80 Days , a recreation of Phileas Fogg’s global gambol for the BBC, and did such a good job that he inaugurated a new sub-genre: the celebrity travelogue. We all know what happened next: in the years since, there’s barely been a celeb who hasn’t donned bumbag and jetted off to a far corner of the world to “explore the real Tibet/Alaska/Guernsey”. Some of these travelogues have been pretty good ( Paul Merton in China ), others have been quite, quite bad (that one where Richard E Grant luxuriated smugly in various hotel rooms ), but few have given off the sense of being much more than a broadcaster-funded ...
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Watch: Segway knocks Usain Bolt off his stride at World Athletics Championships 28.8.2015 DNA: Opinion
 A television cameraman and his Segway succeeded in doing what none of Usain Bolt's rivals could in the 200 metres final at world championships on Thursday -- knock the Jamaican off his stride, and his feet, during his lap of honour. Bolt was taking the plaudits of the crowd after winning his fourth straight 200 metres world crown when the wheel of the cameraman's Segway caught a trackside rail and flipped over, sending man and machine into the barefooted sprinter. The 29-year-old Olympic champion, who had his back to the man, was knocked to the ground and sustained a few minor cuts. He was not about to let the accident ruin his celebrations after beating American rival Justin Gatlin to a sprint title for the second time in five days, however. "I did not hit a cameraman. He took me out," said Bolt, who held on to his track spikes with his right hand as he did a backward roll to get back onto his feet. "The rumour I am trying to start right now is Justin Gatlin paid him." Silver medallist Gatlin, sat next ...
Mumbai cops to speak to former home secy about botched plan to target Dawood 28.8.2015 India News, Latest News in India, Live News India, India Breaking News - Times of India
The Mumbai police will speak to BJP MP and former home secretary R K Singh on his recent claim that a covert plan to “take down” underworld don Dawood Ibrahim in the past was botched up by some “corrupt” elements in Mumbai police, Maharashtra chief minister Devendra Fadnavis said on ...
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Sunny wants Bhuvi in team 28.8.2015 Telegraph: Sports
Former India captain Sunil Gavaskar wants Virat Kohli to pick Bhuvneshwar Kumar, instead of Stuart Binny, for the series-deciding third Test against Sri Lanka, in Colombo, beginning on Friday. 
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US journalists killer 'annoyed' colleagues: Ex-boss 28.8.2015 TOI: The United States
The disgruntled former US television station employee who murdered two journalists had "annoyed" colleagues but showed no signs at work of any mental health issues, his former boss said ...
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Sony India may have to cough up Rs 300 crore for Asean free trade agreement violation 28.8.2015 ET: Electronics
All imports from Asean countries into India have to meet a mandatory 35% value addition norm in the Asean country from where they are exported.
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Celebrity Big Brother UK v USA: the housemates – in pictures 28.8.2015 The Guardian -- Front Page

The latest series of Celebrity Big Brother has launched. Here are the British and American celebrities you’ll find in the house

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Ashes statistics highlight pointlessness of arguing the toss 28.8.2015 The Guardian -- Front Page
Widespread calls to do away with the toss and let the tourists decide serve no purpose as England have been victorious in more Tests when losing it while with Australia there is not a significant difference Not least among the charms of international cricket are the ceremonials contained therein. The taking of the second (and occasionally third) new ball always appears to take on a sacramental element as the umpire holds it aloft reverentially before handing it to the bowler. And then there is the toss. Other than cricket, is there any other sport in which the flip of a coin is such a high-profile part of the preliminaries? In football or rugby there is a toss, but the teams apart, does anyone really pay it any mind? The toss before the Boat Race has a consequence in deciding which of the Surrey or Middlesex station the crews take. But beyond that? For international cricket, it becomes an event in its own right: a cast of thousands on the middle these days, it seems; a match referee who hands the coin to ...
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Trump: 'mental instability' to blame for WDBJ7 shooting, not guns – video 28.8.2015 The Guardian -- World Latest

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump weighs in on gun control debate after Wednesday’s shooting of two journalists in Virginia. Trump says the debate should be more focused around mental health than gun control. WDBJ7 reporter Alison Parker and cameraman Adam Ward were shot and killed on live television on Wednesday by a disgruntled former employee of the station

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After FTII, BJP netas in women’s panel 28.8.2015 TOI: Home
Even as the controversy around appointment of Film and Television Institute of India (FTII) chairperson Gajendra Chauhan refuses to die, the government has appointed two BJP functionaries as members of the National Commission for Women (NCW).
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Hannibal: farewell to the best bloody show on TV 28.8.2015 The Guardian -- Front Page
After three gripping and gory seasons, Bryan Fuller’s singular series has come to an end. In the lead up to the final ever episode, we take a look at the elements that made it such a beautiful, disgusting and messed-up show This article contains images from the show that some may find distressing. Never has eating people looked so good as on NBC’s Hannibal, but the show had all the reasons to be a failure. When books are made into films, and films made into TV shows, people are usually sceptical. There is precedent to say that adaptations are awful ideas, let alone adaptations of successful adaptations: the 1991 film The Silence of the Lambs was faithful to the 1988 Thomas Harris novel and the Oscar count alone suggests the film did pretty well, but its successors – Hannibal, Red Dragon, Hannibal Rising – weren’t received quite as warmly. The 2015 TV Hannibal had the odds stacked against it for other reasons: the titular lead is a European cannibal played by an actor then relatively unknown to US ...
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Partition museum to preserve a memory almost lost 28.8.2015 Delhi News, Delhi City News - Cities News - Times of India
No human tragedy in the history of the Indian sub-continent has been so vast, horrific and impossibly heart-breaking as the Partition.Thousands were slaughtered.Millions lost their ...
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Virginia shooting: father of Alison Parker vows to fight for tighter gun laws 28.8.2015 The Guardian -- World Latest

The father of Alison Parker, a Virginia journalist shot dead on television, vows to fight gun violence, saying his daughter must not die in vain. ‘How many times are we going to see a crazy person with a gun kill people,’ says Andy Parker, speaking a day after her death. He calls on politicians to stand up to the NRA and close what he sees as widespread loopholes in background checks

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Anastasia Lin: a Falun Gong practitioner seeking the Miss World crown – in China 27.8.2015 The Guardian -- World Latest

Despite claims that her father is being harassed in China over her association with the spiritual faith, Miss World Canada 2015 refuses to renounce it and her humanitarian work: ‘I feel my presence in that country would give people hope’

Under different circumstances, Anastasia Lin would be a shoo-in for Miss World. A vocal human rights activist with prominent cheekbones, the Canadian candidate for the crown is also an accomplished piano player, a Chinese calligrapher, and an actress with more than 20 credits in film and television.

But this year’s contest takes place in Lin’s native China, which poses a threat for the finalist and her family as Lin practises the spiritual faith of Falun Gong.

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Virginia shooting sparks renewed calls for gun control but old obstacles remain 27.8.2015 The Guardian -- Front Page
  • Victim’s father slams politicians ‘that are cowards and in pockets of the NRA’
  • Campaigners hope horrific – and highly visible – shooting will change minds

Nationwide revulsion over the killing of two journalists on live television has prompted fresh calls for gun reform – but campaigners are as far as ever from cutting through the political gridlock that prevents it at many levels of US government.

Related: Father of Virginia TV shooting victim: I'll do 'whatever it takes' to reform gun laws

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