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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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Samsung's global salary freeze may not touch India operations 27.2.2015 ET: Jobs
Samsung Electronics’ decision to freeze employee salaries at its headquarters in South Korea is not likely to have any impact on employees in India.
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Borna Coric could be the next Novak Djokovic – just ask Andy Murray 27.2.2015 The Guardian -- Front Page
Croatian teenager inflicted one of most embarrassing defeats of Murray’s career in Dubai and looks to world No1 for inspiration
• Match report: Murray loses 6-1, 6-3 to Coric in Dubai

When Borna Coric, Andy Murray’s teenage nightmare, steps on to Centre Court in Dubai on Friday to face Roger Federer, there will be one certainty: the 18-year-old Croatian will play without fear or reverence. He is the genuine article, no question.

If you are near a television set, watch, because if Coric reaches the level he showed in shocking Murray in the quarter-finals on Thursday, Federer is in for a rough afternoon. He will recognise in his young opponent his own youthful swagger.

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World Cup 2015: Star India hikes ad rates after India's performance 27.2.2015 ET: Advertising
Media buying firms say now even unconventional advertisers are looking to buy one-off spots, even at a premium, with India almost certain to reach the final league stages.
Regeneration of Christchurch 27.2.2015 Telegraph: Sports
The young Japanese family, two adults and two children dressed in kimonos, placed a wreath, backed away from the plinth, and bowed slightly. They paused, reflecting silently for a moment on the many Japanese students who had been killed four years ago to the day in the collapse of the building that once was where they stood now.
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PCB may ask Moin to resign after Cup 27.2.2015 Telegraph: Sports
Pakistan's under-fire chief selector Moin Khan is likely to be asked to resign when he meets with the chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) this weekend.
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Fortitude recap: season one, episode five – living up to expectations 27.2.2015 The Guardian -- Front Page

The Arctic murder mystery cranks up the weirdness and we inch closer to an explanation of how Stoddart came to meet his maker

SPOILER ALERT: Don’t read on if you haven’t seen series one, episode five of Fortitude.

Related: Fortitude recap: season one, episode four – bloodied pyjamas and bear attacks

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LCD TVs, fans, taps go missing from Nehru stadium at Fatorda 27.2.2015 Goa News, News of Goa - Times of India
FC Goa have discovered to their horror that several of their belongings including expensive LCD television sets and fans have gone missing from the Nehru Stadium in ...
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ED attaches properties worth Rs 232 cr in Jagan assets case 27.2.2015 Hyderabad News, Hyderabad City News | Cities News - Times of India
Moving ahead with its attachments in the disproportionate assets case against YSR Congress president Jaganmohan Reddy, the Enforcement Directorate (ED) on Thursday attached 29 assets worth Rs 232 crore belonging to Bharati Cements, India Cements, Janani Infrastructure, Jagati Publications (publisher of Sakshi newspaper) and Carmel Asia ...
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Scores of Jimmy Savile's victims describe abuse at Stoke Mandeville 26.2.2015 The Guardian -- Front Page

So many messed-up lives, says victim as inquiry hears how ‘revered’ celebrity raped and abused hospital patients and staff with impunity, in one case in front of a TV crew

In harrowing detail, 60 men and women have recounted the abuse they suffered at the hands of Jimmy Savile many years ago.

One woman described how she was raped aged 12 by the late DJ after being admitted to Stoke Mandeville to have her tonsils out. Even though the encounter took place in January 1977, the woman had a vivid recollection of the hospital ward smelling of vomit and faeces. Savile, she said, smelled strongly of cigars and body odour.

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Moin escapes angry protesters at Karachi airport on return 26.2.2015 Rediff: Cricket
Pakistan's chief selector Moin Khan returned home from Australia on Thursday and escaped an embarrassing situation at the airport, where a small group of protesters gathered to vent their anger with eggs and banners.
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Watch: What Navjot Singh Sidhu said about Mother Teresa 26.2.2015 DNA: Urban Tales
Even though few BJP leaders have supported RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat's controversial statement that conversion to Christianity was the main objective behind Mother Teresa's service to the poor, former BJP MP Navjot Singh Sidhu seems to have had a different experience, which he had shared during a television show. During the sixth season of reality show 'Bigg Boss', BJP leader and former Member of Parliament from Amritsar, Navjot Singh Sidhu had shared the experience of his first meeting with Mother Teresa at Missionaries of Charity.  Recalling the moments, Sidhu had said that when he had gone to visit Mother Teresa to offer donation, she told him that she did not wanted money, but his time. Sidhu had also mentioned how he was forced to wait outside the hospital due to the smell of decaying bodies, while Mother Teresa was taking care of sick people. Related read:  Politicians, religious leaders slam Mohan Bhagwat's Mother Teresa comment  A controversial statement by Bhagwat had sparked a nation wide outrage ...
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Addressing USFDA concerns over Waluj unit, says Wockhardt 26.2.2015 ET: Pharma
US Food and Drug Administration conducted inspection for about a week, he said there were no serious observation and nothing on data integrity.
What to watch after Wolf Hall 26.2.2015 The Guardian -- Front Page
In need of another dose of scheming and politics? House of Cards returns soon. Having Mark Rylance withdrawal symptoms? Watch him in The Government Inspector or listen to him in a CBeebies cartoon. BBC2’s historical drama Wolf Hall has achieved something only the finest TV dramas can: it has left us bereft. The dramatisation of Hilary Mantel’s novels owned Wednesday nights in January and February , and now it’s gone. What now? First, if you were too emotionally wrung out after the final credits to notice Wolf Hall: the Inside Story immediately afterwards on BBC4, check that out on iPlayer. Actor Mark Rylance and director Peter Kosminsky tell Kirsty Wark how they did it, discussing the show’s subtle subtexts, the modern parallels with the court of Henry VIII, and whether the TV and stage versions of Mantel’s books will have an impact on the final book in the trilogy, the forthcoming The Mirror and the Light . The intelligence behind Rylance’s performance blazes ...
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House of Cards season three primer: can a president get away with murder? 26.2.2015 The Guardian -- Front Page

As the Netflix drama returns on February 27 can Frank Underwood outsmart his enemies? Will we be seeing more of Doug Stamper? And just what is Claire’s agenda?

Contains spoilers from seasons one and two of Netflix’s House of Cards

By the end of series two, Frank Underwood was in the Oval Office, Claire Underwood was fulfilling her first-lady destiny as Hillary Clinton meets Lady Macbeth and Frank’s henchman Doug Stamper was lying in the woods, possibly dead, after taking three blows to the noggin from an ex-prostitute turned unconvincing born-again lesbian Christian. (Incidentally, if you’ve been the victim of an assault by an unconvincing born-again lesbian Christian, there are websites that advertise on daytime TV to help with your compensation claim.)

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Railway budget historic for seeking outside financing: Prabhu 26.2.2015 Sify Finance
Describing the railway budget 2015-16 as being a "historic step in trying to find resources outside of the budget", Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu Thursday sought to hike goods rates on a host of items to garner additional revenue on this count.
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ICC World Cup: Krishna Karate makes India vs UAE a special contest 26.2.2015 CNN-IBN Top Stories
Playing for UAE now, Kerala-based Karate played school cricket with Karthik and Uthappa, had Stuart Binny as his college mate and shared room with Sreesanth during under-19 days.Playing for UAE now, Kerala-based Karate played school cricket with Karthik and Uthappa, had Stuart Binny as his college mate and shared room with Sreesanth during under-19 days.
Iran stages 'mock attack' on US aircraft carrier in Gulf 26.2.2015 Sify News
While performing a series of military drills, Iran has reportedly staged a mock attack on a United States aircraft carrier on the strategic stretches of water in the Gulf.
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