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Hindustan Times Tuesday, September 16, 2014 | Last Updated 18:53 IST 

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Lesson for BJP from bypolls: think beyond 'Modi wave'

SP celebrations

The BJP's third straight drubbing in the by-elections, particularly in Uttar Pradesh, after Uttarakhand and Bihar cannot be over-interpreted as a pointer to the national mood where the Narendra Modi phenomenon sustains broadly. Poll: Do the bypoll results show that the Modi magic is over?

Hindu activists thrash MP university VC over appeal to help J-K students

Activists of the Vishwa Hindu Parishad and Bajarang Dal vandalise statues at Vikram University in Ujjain on Monday. (HT Photo)
Vikram University vice chancellor Prof Jawaharlal Kaul was admitted to Sanjeevani Hospital after members of the Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) and Bajarang Dal manhandled him at his office in Ujjain on Monday. The mob also vandalised his office.

Passengers eject Pakistani politicians out of plane for causing delay

Rehman Malik
Angry passengers on board an Islamabad-bound Pakistan International Airways (PIA) flight from Karachi forced two prominent Pakistani politicians off the plane accusing them of holding it for more than two hours.

How PM Modi is reaching out to China via Japan

Islamic State shoots down Syrian war plane

Residents of flood-hit Srinagar hit out at govt apathy

US to assign 3,000 from military to fight Ebola

Iraq welcomes US air strike near Baghdad

Oppn parties upbeat after bypoll results, slam Modi

India slams Pak for clean chit to Hafiz Saeed

Typhoon hits southern China, heads to Vietnam

NCP begins its poll campaign from Kolhapur

Area north of Tokyo hit by magnitude 5.6 quake

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HT COMMENT
Modi-Xi agenda: Work for 'Hindi-Chini buy-buy'

‘India, China not competitors’

Whether China’s moves towards us are strategic or tactical, India should build synergies with it in areas where both sides benefit, writes Kanwal Sibal.

Playing with fire: Why is BJP letting loose leaders like Maharaj?

A girl dressed as BJP party symbol 'lotus'
Sakshi Maharaj, the BJP’s Unnao MP, and Union minister Maneka Gandhi are not terror experts. Yet no one in the government or the party they represent seems to be reminding them of that reality.
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Multimedia

My India My Vote
Mangalyaan 8days
Kashmir Floods: Rescue ops underway
How to pretend to be a lit pro for Facebook’s 10-book challenge
The big fat Indian wedding: It's all about the money, honey!
Parineeti-Aditya on #FoodYatra

Thai woman commits suicide by leaping into pond of crocodiles

world's largest saltwater crocodile
A 65-year-old Thai woman has committed suicide by leaping into a pond of crocodiles at a farm popular with tourists on Bangkok's outskirts, police told AFP on Tuesday.

As D-Day nears, here are five things you need to know about India's Mars Mission

Mars Orbiter Mission
India's ambitious Mars Orbiter Mission, scheduled to enter the orbit of the Red Planet on September 24, is in the 'pink of health' and sending vital information from 211 million km away after covering 95% of its journey, ISRO said on Saturday. Full Coverage: From India to Mars

Schwarzenegger to I's director: Let's make King Conan, Shankar

Arnold Schwarzenegger soaks in Chennai's spirit
The Terminator star, who was in Chennai for the audio launch of Shankar's magnum opus I, was full of praise for Tamil director's talent and expressed a desire to work with him some day. He even gave it an imaginary name!

Happy New Year music review: It’s a youth oriented trendy album

A still from Happy New Year.
The album has 8 originals, and one instrumental, remix and a medley each. At a total run time of 42 minutes 19 seconds, it is lengthy by any standard, but then we are talking about Hindi films which prefer melodrama over anything else.

Dream Delhi home: A sneak peek into new DDA flats

Delhi Development Authority
The DDA 2014 housing scheme has 25,034 flats on offer, most of which are one bedroom flats.HT shows some of the apartments on offer, including those in Rohini sector 34 and 35 and Dwarka sector 23-B, which have the highest conventration of flats.

Whodunit: Removing HT market copies to win ‘morning challenge’?

HT Thumbnail

As the strongest and the largest read newspaper of Delhi NCR, HT is used to facing challenges from various quarters. But, over the last few days, HT has been confronting a peculiar challenge: readers complaining about copies not reaching them.

So what about Bollywood itself, Deepika?

Deepika Padukone
The 'cleavage news post' on Deepika was deplorable and her reaction commendable. But can we blame only the ‘journalists’ (if only the writer of that ‘news item’ could be called one) or ‘the media’ as the biggest villains for commodifying a woman’s body?

We have to stand up for Deepika Padukone: Shah Rukh Khan

Deepika Padukone, SRK, Happy New Year
Speaking at the music launch of Happy New Year, SRK said, "Whatever Deepika tweeted I do support and all the cast of HNY will support that. We don't have the guts to do what she has done but we support her. We all feel for her. We should not trivialise the issue."
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Afridi named Pakistan T20 captain, Misbah retained as ODI skipper

Pakistan
Shahid Afridi will captain Pakistan in Twenty20s until 2016 while Misbah-ul-Haq will remain the skipper for the World Cup next year, the Pakistan Cricket Board announced on Tuesday.

Reigning IPL champions KKR keen on good CLT20 showing

Team India in Chennai
Reigning Indian Premier League champions Kolkata Knight Riders are looking to justify their 'reputation' with a good showing in the sixth edition edition of the Champions League Twenty20 tournament.
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Liverpool return sets Champions League battle underway

UEFA Champions League trophy
Liverpool's return to European action for the first time in five years and Real Madrid's shaky start to the season dominate the start of the new battle for the Champions League title on Tuesday.

Champions League: Shinji-mania in Dortmund before Arsenal tie

Shinji Kagawa
Borussia Dortmund are hoping attacking midfielder Shinji Kagawa, who returned after two years at Manchester United, can help lift the German team past Arsenal in the Champions League on Tuesday despite a growing injury list.
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Yuki falls tamely, India lose to Serbia in Davis Cup playoff

Yuki Bhambri
Filip Krajinovic denied India a place in the Davis Cup World Group by defeating Yuki Bhambri in the decisive reverse singles on Monday to clinch the playoff 3-2 for Serbia.

Marin Cilic leads Croatia to Davis Cup playoff win, Spain out

Marin Cilic
Marin Cilic completed a dream week by steering Croatia into the Davis Cup World Group but Spain found themselves out in the wilderness after crashing to defeat in Brazil.
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cities

Sensex, Nifty fall most in 7 weeks ahead of US Fed policy meet

stock broker
In their worst single-day drop in nearly 7 weeks, Sensex on Tuesday plunged 324 points and Nifty tanked 109 points on across-the-board selling on caution ahead of the outcome US Federal Reserve's monetary policy meeting.

Mint Special
Android One will bring high-quality smartphones to India, says Pichai

Sundar Pichai
An IIT-Kharagpur graduate, Sundar Pichai joined Google in 2004. In an interview on Monday, Pichai, in Delhi to launch three Android One phones, spoke to Mint about the road ahead for Android, wearable devices and partners.
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paramedical training

At risk

80% paramedics do not have basic training, with many unable to even insert a cannula in a patient, doctors tell Jeevan Prakash Sharma and Gauri Kohli in the concluding part of our series on paramedical education

How to deal with CAT’s verbal section

VA sectionA third of the CAT paper comprises questions that check your verbal skills. More often than not, this is the Achilles heel for a majority of CAT takers. In this article, we look at the key issues that need to be tackled to ace the verbal section.

Wanted life support

Paramedical courses

India needs to train thousands of paramedics to address an acute shortage, but courses offered by private institutes are unregulated and sometimes fraudulent. Jeevan Prakash Sharma investigates

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Microsoft

Microsoft to hold Windows 9 event in San Francisco

Software giant Microsoft is expected to provide a technical preview of its new Windows 9 operating system at an event in San Francisco later this month.

Apple sees record demand for new iPhones

Apple iPhone 6Apple on Monday said it had received record pre-orders for its new iPhone models, and that some customers will have to wait for the larger-screen versions of the smartphones.

YouTube to allow offline access in India on Android phones

Pic: YoutubeYouTube users in India will soon be able to save videos from the Google-owned service, making it possible to watch them offline, and the feature will eventually be available globally, the company said Monday.
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