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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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Jaitley shrugs off Congress threat to disrupt Parliament monsoon session 2.7.2015 Telegraph: Front Page
Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Thursday brushed aside concerns that Parliament's monsoon session, beginning July 21, could be disrupted by Opposition parties over the Lalit Modi controversy, saying some people may be relevant to television channels but not to governance.
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MTV Roadies winners: Where are they now? 2.7.2015 Rediff: Movies
Wondering where most of them disappeared?
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Germany to mothball largest coal power plants to meet climate targets 2.7.2015 The Guardian -- Front Page

Levy on most polluting power stations is scrapped, but largest brown coal-fired plants will be shuttered as Germany moves to cut emissions 40% by 2020

Germany agreed on Thursday to mothball about five of the country’s largest brown coal power plants to meet its climate goals by 2020, after months of wrangling between the parties in chancellor Angela Merkel’s coalition.

But Merkel and the leaders of her two junior coalition partners also, in effect, agreed to set up a “capacity reserve” system where utilities could switch on the brown coal plants if there were power shortages in the country.

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IMF tells Greece: no debt relief before reforms 2.7.2015 The Guardian -- Front Page

Christine Lagarde comments likely to infuriate the Greek government, whose plea for debt relief and a bailout extension was rejected on Wednesday

Greece must sign up to economic reforms before it gets debt relief, the International Monetary Fund, one of the country’s main creditors, has said.

Christine Lagarde, the head of the fund, said it would “be preferable to see a deliberate move towards reforms” before debt relief for Greece.

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Lalitgate: Arun Jaitley shrugs off Congress threat to disrupt Parliament 2.7.2015 TOI: All Headlines
Lalitgate: Arun Jaitley shrugs off Congress threat to disrupt Parliament
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DMK leader Stalin slaps man on Chennai Metro, video goes viral 2.7.2015 Hindustan Times: Top Stories
A video clip of senior DMK leader MK Stalin slapping a passenger on the Chennai Metro went viral on Thursday sparking a torrent of condemnation from civil society and political parties over his supposed uncivil ...
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California woman suffering from amnesia and cancer faces identity crisis 2.7.2015 DNA: Top News
A woman with amnesia who has been undergoing cancer treatments since she was found semiconscious in Southern California has turned to social media and law enforcement as she struggles to rekindle memory of her own identity and any family she may have. Sam, as she is known, is white, about 50 years of age and speaks French and English with a British or Australian accent, according to police reports. She was hospitalized after being found on a street near the beach in Carlsbad, California, about 30 miles north of San Diego, on February 1. A man claiming to be the woman's nephew identified her as Ashley Menatta after seeing her pictures online.  "The amnesia I have is called retro amnesia, and doctors have said they have seen this before with the kind of antibodies from the volleyball-sized tumor that was on my ovary," the woman wrote on her Facebook page. "I have been getting chemotherapy treatments, and have lost all of my hair ... My prognosis is not good, and I pray my family will be found soon." She ...
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Don’t Tell the Bride review – a tale of two dresses 2.7.2015 The Guardian -- Front Page
The first one was a prank and the second one didn’t fare much better. But this couple’s differences in taste didn’t stop at dresses There’s a particular kind of practical joke that needs to be done right. It’s about disappointing someone, and then more than making up for the disappointment. My own girlfriend is a big fan of the genre, as it happens. Every year, on my birthday, she tells me where to meet her, which invariably turns out to be a spit-and-sawdust pub. We get our drinks, and ask to see a bar menu if there is one, or debate whether to go peanuts or pork scratchings or both if there isn’t. And then she takes me round the corner to the lovely restaurant, which probably featured in Weekend magazine recently, and which I pretend I hadn’t noticed on the way from the underground. Even if it’s becoming less of a surprise as the years go on, my girlfriend’s still a lot better at it than Nicki’s fiance Stephen in Don’t Tell the Bride (BBC1). I know DTTB featured here last week , but every episode is ...
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Dayanidhi questioned for 8 hours by CBI in illegal telephone exchange case 2.7.2015 TOI: India
DMK leader Dayanidhi Maran was on Wednesday questioned for almost eight hours by CBI for allegedly running a telephone exchange with high capacity lines from his Chennai residence when he was the telecom minister to help family-owned Sun ...
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US fund TA leads Rs 3k cr broadband co Atria buyout 2.7.2015 TOI: India Business
Private equity major TA Associates is leading a $500-million, or Rs 3,000 crore, acquisition of Atria Convergence Technologies (ACT), one of the country’s leading high-speed broadband service providers headquartered in Bangalore.
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Greece's Tsipras digs in against bailout 2.7.2015 Sify Finance
By Renee Maltezou and Alastair Macdonald
Dermot O’Leary: 'I'll never say anything bad about X Factor' 1.7.2015 The Guardian -- Front Page
He’s done with presenting TV talent shows. So what’s next – could he be the next Paxman? O’Leary talks about James Joyce, politics and his hero Terry Wogan When Dermot O’Leary was asked to dance outside BBC Broadcasting House for 24 hours for Comic Relief, he thought he might make a hundred grand. In the end, he raised over £1m for the charity, as people across the nation kept pressing the red button, utterly intoxicated by the sight of him bouncing along, in a cheery sort of trance. “Someone asked me how I was feeling and I said, “Oh I’m really fucked” – I swore a few times, my producer had to come and have a word.” He says he had given his team a list of 500 songs that make him happy, to ensure the visiting celebrity DJs would play at least some of them. “They played three. In 24 hours. Everybody decided disco would keep me going instead – if I have to hear Boogie Wonderland again, I’m not joking …” When we meet, in a spare studio at the Radio 2 building, I am instantly struck by the fact that Dermot ...
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'Chidiya Ghar' actor Manish slips into coma 1.7.2015 DNA: Top News
Television actor Manish Vishwakarma, best known as Mendak Prasad in the hit TV show 'Chidiya Ghar', has slipped into coma after he met with a road accident here last week. On Sunday last, Manish was on his way to the sets of the show, aired on SAB TV, on his bike when he met with an accident. Reportedly, he was hit by a car from behind in suburban Goregaon. The actor was first taken to civic-run KEM Hospital and later shifted to Kokilaben Hospital, a private multi- specialty healthcare centre in suburban Mumbai. "He is still in coma. He is under medication. The accident was not that big but as time was wasted (in providing treatment)...he did not get proper medical attention at KEM hospital so things got worse," Manish's friend and co-actor Shilpa Shinde told PTI on Wednesday. When contacted Dr Ram Narain, Executive Director, Kokilaben Hospital, said, "He is critical. He is on ventilator." "Manish is always punctual but that day when he did not reach the sets on time, a production scheduler called him ...
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'Yudhishthir don't teach us dharma': FTII students take protest to the streets 1.7.2015 DNA: Urban Tales
Students of the Film and Television Institute of India took out a protest march through the city streets today, demanding cancellation of the appointment of actor Gajendra Chauhan by the BJP-led government as chairman of the FTII governing council. With reference to Chauhan's role as Yudhishtira in TV serial Mahabharata, the students raised slogans like "Yudhishtira do not teach us dharma" and said that FTII's institutional autonomy should be preserved without political interference in its affairs. Displaying placards highlighting their slogans and demands, about 150 students walked from the FTII gate to the Balgandharva Theatre square where the march converted into a meeting addressed by local Communist Party of India (Marxist) leader Ajit Abhyankar as well as former Bombay High Court Judge B G Kolse Patil among others who supported the students and protesters. The FTII Students' Association (FSA) has alleged that Chauhan lacked "credentials, stature and vision" to head the institute which is supposed ...
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Colors forays into English general entertainment channel space with Colors Infinity 1.7.2015 ET: Media
The channel has roped in Bollywood celebrities Karan Johar and Alia Bhatt as co-curator who will multi-year deals with Warner Bros.
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Chris Bryant warns over BBC cuts 1.7.2015 The Guardian -- Front Page

Shadow culture secretary says Conservative government is at risk of ruining Britain’s ‘strongest cultural institution’

The Conservative government is at risk of ruining Britain’s “strongest cultural institution” by demanding more cuts from the BBC, according to shadow culture secretary Chris Bryant.

Speaking ahead of a BBC announcement on Thursday expected to lead to hundreds of job losses, the Labour MP said: “What this brings home is that this is about jobs. The danger is that we are losing decent jobs in the creative industries, one of the fastest growing parts of our economy.”

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Wimbledon 2day: what Clare Balding will have 2 do 2 save this balls-up 1.7.2015 The Guardian -- Front Page
The revamp of BBC2’s new tennis highlights show has not gone down well with fans. But how could they make it less W1A and more love-all? BBC2’s new nightly Wimbledon recap show has a stupid name. A name so stupid that it should have been changed dozens of times during its commissioning process. A name so stupid that it makes you want to pinch yourself, just to check that your whole world hasn’t somehow been folded into W1A’s morbid reality . A name so stupid that you daren’t say it out loud, in case you end up inadvertently Candymanning yourself to death. Its name – and brace yourself for this – is Wimbledon 2day . That’s right. 2day. With a numerical two. Watch Wimbledon 2day for any length of time and you’ll soon understand that it has a numerical two, because Clare Balding keeps having to laboriously explain it to viewers every few seconds with an increasingly exasperated look on her ...
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