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Hindustan Times Tuesday, July 29, 2014 | Last Updated 02:11 IST 

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Karnataka HC judge in tainted deal up for promotion

KL Manjunath
Karnataka HC judge K L Manjunath, who is being backed by the judges’ collegium for a promotion despite the central government’s opposition, had illegally bought a prime plot from a housing society in 2004 and also presided over cases involving the society.

Saharanpur to get curfew break for Eid but no mass prayers

Saharanpur, curfew
District authorities decided late on Monday to disallow people in large numbers to congregate at the Saharanpur Idgah, because of tension in the area following communal riots on Saturday. However, Muslims will be permitted to offer namaz at their neighbourhood mosques.

Kerry harps on Modi's development mantra, stresses strong India-US ties

John Kerry
Calling India an indispensable partner for the 21st century, US secretary of state John Kerry said on Monday that the dynamism and entrepreneurial spirit of this bilateral relationship was needed to solve some of world's greatest challenges.

CWG Day 5 LIVE: Shooters bring in medals, women in hockey shine, Jangra wins boxing bout

Sharp shooter
Mandeep Jangra won his welter weight boxing round of 16 bout while India thumped Trinidad and Tobago 14-0 in the women's field hockey preliminary round at Glasgow after the shooters gave the Indian contingent a glittering start on Monday morning.

Violence soars in Gaza as world pleads for truce

Calcutta HC orders CID probe against Tapas Pal

Minister conducts surprise check; 80 found missing

UP emerges as country's most power-starved state

LeT man arrested from Sarai Kale Khan bus terminal

Gadkari’s house not bugged, clarifies govt

Shah sends team to Haryana, may still side with HJC

Ukraine forces claims more rebel territories

UPSC row will be resolved in a week: Govt

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Bombing civilians is wrong: an Israeli soldier draws the moral line

Amer Abu Eisheh
Bombing a house with civilians in it is immoral. But silence in the face of such actions, in and outside Israel, is consent by default, writes Yuli Novak.

Mind their language: UPSC aspirants must know their English

UPSC protest

The government has come under unexpected pressure from protesting students who have taken to the streets in Delhi, railing against the Civil Services Aptitude Test conducted by the Union Public Service Commission.

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Indian batsmen face daunting task against England in Southampton Test

Murali Vijay
India finished the second day of the third Test in Southampton at 25 for the loss of one wicket after England declared their first innings score at 569 for seven. Shikhar Dhawan was the only Indian wicket to fall, with James Anderson dismissing him for 6.

Top three Bollywood moments in Salman Khan's Kick

Kick
From references to Divya Bharti's sensuous Saat samundar paar song to his own Dabangg act encore in Kick, no one else plays to the gallery better than Salman Khan. One reason  why his fans can never have enough of him.

Dina Nath Batra’s blueprint: Call centres for values, foreign studies ban

Dina Nath Batra
No foreign collaborations for CBSE, ban on teaching of foreign languages in school and a call centre to inculcate 'values and nationalism' in students and much more is on the wish-list of retired controversial teacher Dina Nath Batra.

Govt marks Rs. 500 cr to raise strictly desi cows

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The NDA government is set to launch a national programme worth Rs. 500 crore to 'protect and conserve' local cow breeds through traditional-style 'gaushalas' or cattle-care centres. The scheme was a manifesto promise by the BJP and is a key Hindutva plank.

ICC investigating England cricketer Moeen Ali's Gaza wristbands

Moeen Ali
England cricketer Moeen Ali risked disciplinary action after the International Cricket Council (ICC) said they were 'investigating' his decision to wear wristbands in support of Gaza during the third Test match against India in Southampton on Monday.

World Tiger Day
Shrinking green cover escalating tiger-human conflict

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More tigers in India are being forced out into human habitation because rising mining activity is reducing their habitat, leading to a spike in deadly man-animal conflict.

Huma Qureshi: the hero beyond Bollywood

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Huma Qureshi's journey in Bollywood has been one of dogged determination. On her 28th birthday, we take a look at her not-so-Bollywood career -- from her choice of unconventional films to living up to a persona that is far from being traditional in the industry.

Fist bumps more hygienic than handshakes, say scientists

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Fist bumps are more hygienic than handshakes and drastically reduce the risk of spreading infectious diseases, researchers in Britain have found.

Vietnam's 'little tiger' snack: Cat owners protect their pets from meat lovers

Cat meat
There are dozens of restaurants serving cat in Hanoi and it is rare to see felines roaming the streets -- most pet-owners keep them indoors or tied up out of fear of cat thieves.
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South Africa secure draw to win series 1-0, reclaim top test ranking

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South Africa reclaimed top spot in cricket's test rankings after grimly hanging on for a draw in the second and final test against Sri Lanka on Monday to win the series 1-0.

Jadeja raised bat at Anderson - Stokes, Prior told hearing

James Anderson, Ravindra Jadeja
The Ravindra Jadeja-James Anderson case is gaining heat ahead of the England fast bowler's hearing on Friday for allegedly pushing the India player.
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Manchester City beats Milan 5-1 in Champions Cup


Stevan Jovetic
Stevan Jovetic scored twice to help Manchester City beat AC Milan 5-1 Sunday in the International Champions Cup.

Arsenal signing Colombia goalkeeper David Ospina

Arsenal

Goalkeeper David Ospina is signing with Arsenal after helping Colombia reach the World Cup quarterfinals.

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Wimbledon semi-finalist Dimitrov pulls out with flu

Grigor Dimitrov
Ninth-ranked Grigor Dimitrov, coming off a Wimbledon semi-final run, pulled out of next week's ATP Washington Open after doctors diagnosed him on Sunday with the flu and a sinus infection.

Sania breaks down, asks why she has to 'assert Indianness'

Ranbir
Indian tennis star Sania Mirza broke down on Friday during an interview to a TV news channel, saying she did not deserve to have to prove her 'Indianness' repeatedly.
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Larsen and Toubro reports two-fold rise in net profit to Rs. 966.89 crore

Engineering major Larsen and Toubro (L&T) on Monday  reported over two-fold increase in the consolidated net profit at Rs. 966.89 crore for the April-June quarter, mainly on the back of gain on disinvestments and stake sale in one of its projects.

Ethanol-blended petrol to cut import bill by Rs. 18K cr

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Sources revealed that Prime Minister Narendra Modi, at a recent meeting, asked cabinet secretary Ajit Seth to meet petroleum ministry and food department officials to expedite the process of ethanol blending with petrol.
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Violating rules

Why are the HRD ministry and UGC, which were in a great hurry to roll back Delhi University’s four-year degree programme, turning a blind eye to UGC rules being violated by institutes offering distance learning degree courses?

Life in a Delhi University hostel

Daulat Ram CollegeSo, students are back in college for the new session. Here’s a look at how freshers adjust to life in ­hostels and enjoy the facilities offered.

Starting a new phase of life

College studentsRight While college is the time to have fun, it is also important to strike a balance between academics and co-curricular activities.
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Facebook launches bookmarking feature 'Save'

Facebook has launched a new tool that lets users store links from News Feed and Facebook Pages for places, events, movies, TV shows, and music to a list where they can view them later.

2.5 billion smartphone users globally by 2015: report

people on phonesNearly 2.5 billion people or 35 % of the global population is expected to use smartphones by the end of 2015, says the latest report of US-based industry tracker Strategy Analytics.

Device that reads sleep patterns

A sleeping womanCombining information on your sleep patterns with what is going on around you, this new device will wake you up at the perfect moment.
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