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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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Dutch Cup: Video referee makes first impact as yellow turns to red 22.9.2016 Rediff: Sports
Willem II Tilburg midfielder Anouar Kali became the first player in the Netherlands to get his marching orders from the 'video assistant referee' (VAR) after his yellow card in a Dutch Cup tie against Ajax Amsterdam was turned into a red on Wednesday.
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How Samsung plans to counter iPhone7 launch 22.9.2016 Rediff: Business
Plans a high-voltage relaunch of Note7, multi-media campaign before new iPhone launch
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'This is us' review: A family drama that vies for the 'must watch' title! 21.9.2016 DNA: Top News
The drama category on television catering to the English-speaking audience in India is filled with unusual situations. Either it's fantasy like Game of Thrones; gritty noir like Mr Robot; or quirky like Orange is the New Black. There are amazing stories which keep the viewers hooked to the couch. But there is no escaping the heavy emotional burden they leave after each episode. It seems like everyone is trying to tackle social issue or the other in the subtext of their plots. There is no simplicity of emotions and certainly no spoon feeding of plotlines (I am looking at you makers of Mr Robot. With your real life interactive ways to engage the audience, I cannot avoid getting tangled and am actually tempted to ask the question, "Please tell me you are seeing this too.") Coming back to the simpler emotions and "aha" moments, I am happy to tell you that Dan Fogelman has brought something you would love to stick with for a longer run. This Is Us is the new offering from the writer/producer who has movies ...
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What a boat safari on the Kabini river reveals 21.9.2016 Rediff: GetAhead
'What one experiences is the soft scented breeze from the Kabini river and sounds of invisible insects strumming their guitars,' says Rajesh Karkera.
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The men (and woman) in Angelina Jolie's love life 21.9.2016 Rediff: Movies
Angelina Jolie's tangled love life!
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Why the time is right for brands to get on social 21.9.2016 ET: Brand Equity
If we don’t, it could be us and not the platforms that do the crashing and burning over the next few years.
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Here's why categories that used to stack high & sell cheap are embracing premiumisation 21.9.2016 ET: Brand Equity
LeEco launched its range of 55 & 65 inch TV's, seeking to deepen the connection its mobile phones had made with Indian consumers.
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PIX: TV couple Asha Negi, Ritvik Dhanjani holiday in Switzerland 21.9.2016 Rediff: Top Stories (India)
The top posts on social media from your favourite Bollywood celebrities.
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'Uri won't lead India to undertake major military action' 21.9.2016 Rediff: Top Stories (India)
'As outrageous as the attack was, it was against a military installation in Kashmir, not a civilian target in the heartland.''So, for India to react disproportionately would be to invite further damage that would be much greater than that which occurred on Sunday.''Diplomatic isolation of Pakistan, including by having it recognised as a State-sponsor of terrorism, may not satisfy the crowd, but it will deeply affront Pakistan and add leverage against it, and will come with none of the risks that war could bring.'
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Police evacuate schools in Canadian province citing 'potential threat' 21.9.2016 DNA: Recent Columns
 All schools in the small Canadian province of Prince Edward Island were evacuated because of a "potential threat" on Wednesday, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police said. The police said the students were being taken to safe locations in their communities around the island, which is off Canada's Atlantic coast and is the country's smallest province with a population of approximately 146,000. There are about 19,000 students in PEI's schools, according to the Public Schools Branch website. CBC television showed a long line of children being escorted down a street. "We're on the phone working with drivers and schools," said an employee at the Public Schools Branch who did not provide her name. It was not immediately clear whether the evacuation was complete. The University of Prince Edward Island said it was closed for the day, "given the situation happening across the province." Police in the nearby province of Nova Scotia also closed some college and university campuses. A Nova Scotia Community College ...
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Netas indulge in blamegame as Delhi fights Dengue and Chikungunya 21.9.2016 Rediff: News
As the dengue and chikungunya outbreak becomes increasingly politicised and accusations are traded on national television, the average Delhi resident suffers debilitating blows from viral fevers, writes Manavi Kapur.
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Guardiola demands apology before Toure plays again 20.9.2016 Rediff: Sports
Ivory Coast midfielder Yaya Toure will not play for Manchester City again until the Premier League club receive an apology for comments made by his agent, manager Pep Guardiola said on Tuesday."He must apologise. If he doesn't, he won't play," Guardiola told reporters.The 33-year-old player's agent Dimitri Seluk, who had said Toure felt "humiliated" after being left out of City's Champions League squad, hit back in similarly uncompromising fashion.
India, Pakistan terror difference plays out in US as Nawaz Sharif rakes up "cash mere" 20.9.2016 TOI: India
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Good news! Rannvijay Singha and wife Priyanka to embrace parenthood soon 20.9.2016 DNA: Recent Columns
Television heartthrob Rannvijay Singha, who is currently seen hosting the popular TV reality show Splitsvilla, has all the more reasons to be happy these days. The VJ-turned-actor and his wife Priyanka are expecting their first child. It's been two years since the duo have been happily married and they are now excited to welcome their first baby in their family. Rannvijay took to social media to announce the good news by sharing a picture on Instagram, Facebook etc. Check out the picture right here:   A photo posted by Rannvijay (@rannvijaysingha) on Sep 20, 2016 at 5:21am ...
Pakistani wife of suspect held in New York, New Jersey bombings left US days before attacks 20.9.2016 DNA: Opinion
The Pakistani-origin wife of New York and New Jersey bombings suspect left the US just days before the attacks and authorities are now working with Pakistani and UAE officials to get access to her, media reports said on Tuesday. Ahmad Khan Rahami, a 28-year-old Afghan-born naturalised US citizen since 2011, had married a Pakistani woman and had made at least three months-long trips to both Pakistan and Afghanistan since 2014. US authorities are working with his wife's home country of Pakistan and the United Arab Emirates in order to question the woman about what she might have known about the acts of terror, CNN reported, quoting an unnamed official as saying. His wife, whose name has not been revealed, was able to enter the country but left the US just days before the terrorist attacks her husband is suspected of carrying out. What was his motive? Was he working alone? Why did he make lengthy trips to Afghanistan and Pakistan? These are among the questions that have emerged in the wake of the capture of ...
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Saudi Arabian Airlines crew says hijack alarm button was pressed twice by mistake 20.9.2016 DNA: Top News
A Saudi Arabian Airlines plane was temporarily isolated after landing at Manila's Ninoy Aquino International Airport on Tuesday following a false hijack alarm, airline and airport officials said. Saudi state television said the incident was over, and passengers could be seen disembarking from flight 872, which was travelling from the Saudi city of Jeddah to Manila. Earlier, a pilot on board had advised the airport's control tower that the plane was "under threat". "We instructed (the) aircraft to proceed to (the) isolated area," the airport's general manager Edmund Monreal told reporters. "It is fortunate that upon landing ... the crew said they made a mistake. However, we can never play around with safety and security." "It (the button) was unintentionally pushed. But the problem is it was pushed twice." Monreal added that the plane would be checked thoroughly anyway as a security precaution. In a text message to Reuters, Roberto Lim, undersecretary for aviation at the Department of Transportation, said ...
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Priyanka Chopra to announce 'Quantico season 2' in India! 20.9.2016 DNA: Top News
Quantico that went on to become an instant global success helmed by international superstar Priyanka Chopra, is all set to make a return this September in India and will be airing the same day as the U.S. Priyanka Chopra wowed the West and took the television entertainment space by storm ,as she made her presence felt at the biggest dos that mattered and even graced numerous international magazine covers. After presenting at the Oscars and being invited to the White House, the actress achieved several other milestones along the way and was also recently announced a presenter at the Emmy Awards. India's first truly global superstar, however, continues to remain rooted to the country she hails from and is going all out to announce the second season of her hit TV show in India. Sources reveal that apart from featuring in a fun countdown to the premiere of Quantico S2 on Star World, Priyanka Chopra will also record a special byte in Hindi for her Indian fans. The star has been receiving several requests from ...
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