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Hindustan Times Wednesday, October 01, 2014 | Last Updated 23:43 IST 

Asian Games: Boxing's world body opens disciplinary case against Sarita Devi

Sarita Devi boxing Asian Games 2014

An International Boxing Association (AIBA) official said Devi's snub at the podium ceremony "looked like a well-planned scenario", adding that the case will be decided after the Games in Incheon. Mary Kom wins historic gold | Poll: Do you support Sarita Devi for refusing medal

Narendra Modi’s US trip high on optics, low on substance

Modi-Obama
PM Modi’s visit to the US, which ended early Wednesday, saw the two countries affirm ties with extensive diplomatic weasel words and pageantry, but largely failed to resolve vexing trade and investment issues or deliver any big-ticket measures to elevate relations. Read: Modi's US visit disappointing, no takeaways: Congress

Broom with a view: Why we need Clean India campaign

Smriti Irani, Ravi Shankar Prasad, Uma Bhart, Rajnath Singh
PM making cleaning India one of his priorities has accordingly catapulted the big problem areas of lack of toilets and open defecation to the forefront of policy making. Poll: What do you think of govt's Clean India campaign?

Prayers, protests continue for ‘people’s CM’ Jayalalithaa

Tamil Nadu CM J Jayalalithaa. PTI Photo
Jayalalithaa is no more a Mudal Amaichar, chief minister, but for her countless devotees and party workers, she is a Makkal Mudalavar, people’s chief minister, which they consider far above the post she lost after a court convicted her of corruption.

Kejriwal to wield broom in Modi's backyard

Facebook founder to meet PM Narendra Modi

Subrata Roy back to jail, special facilities withdrawn

NY Times to slash 100 newsroom jobs

Surrender immediately, HC asks Chautala

Not against Muslims, but oppose injustice: Katju

'If there is Modi wave, why BJP wants PM for rallies'

Taiwan backs Hong Kong's democracy demands

Congress releases manifesto in Haryana

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Modi's engagement with US will yield substantial commitments

Obama hosts Modi
As long as the shadow of the nuclear deal dominates our perception of whether a summit is successful, we may continue to feel the relations are under-performing. And this mentality does not do justice to positive, transactional relations, writes Richard M Rossow.

River linking will not solve our water problems

At least 100 villages across the Kashmir valley have been flooded by overflowing lakes and rivers
What is surprising is that instead of re-starting National River Linking Project, which many have called ‘hydro hubris’, the government did not go for the changes that could have been done at the micro-level.
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Mary Kom Gold
Modi in US
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My India My Vote
Google has stunned everyone with its launch of Android One. But is it worth it? Rajiv Makhni finds out.

Asian Games: All that happened at medal ceremony involving Sarita Devi

Laishram Sarita Devi
India's Sarita Devi sensationally refused to accept her bronze medal on Wednesday in a row over judging standards in the 2014 Asian Games in Incheon, South Korea.

The driving force behind Northeast’s boxing brigade

Mary Kom

Behind every successful woman, there may be a man. In MC Mary Kom’s case, there are two – her husband and her ‘Coach Sir’. While Onler was at hand to see his wife win her maiden Asian Games title, coach Leishangthem Ibomcha Singh, was in the Manipur capital, where his boxing school has churned out an assembly line of champions.

Can someone ban these TV serials, please?

Delhi's most stylish
Ekta Kapoor introduced the ever-dumb concept of saas-bahu struggles on Indian TV in the 90s. Since then, the small screen has been beaming more of the same mindless 'dramas' into our living rooms. Here's a list of television serials we cannot tolerate anymore.

Hrithik's Bang Bang vs Shahid's Haider: Who'll have the last laugh?

Bang Bang
Hrithik Roshan-starrer Bang Bang is releasing on approximately 4,500 screens, but is this a good news for Shahid Kapoor's Haider? Are big producers trying to kill the competition in Bollywood?

Bigg Boss 8: Gautam Gulati, Praneet Bhatt now play Deepshikha's slaves

Karishma, Praneet
Gautam Gulati is ready to do whatever it takes to curry favours with rest of the Bigg Boss house inmates: Since his fracas with Karishma, he is the first and unanimous choice to be Deepshikha's permanent slave! Praneet too is chosen to be on his side throughout. 

This new app is for promoting consensual sex

Couple

In a bid to solve cases of date rape and sexual assault on campus, here comes an app that makes consensual sex as easy as a flick of your finger. Good2Go is a free 'consent' mobile phone app for both iPhone and Android devices that 'targets college-age adults'.

10, 000 pigeons probed for explosives before flown for National Day in Beijing

Pigeon

More than 10000 pigeons were checked and probed for explosives before the birds were released over Beijing’s Tiananmen Square on Wednesday to mark China’s National Day celebrations.

That's woman power: Priyanka Chopra on Mary Kom's Asiad gold

Mary Kom, Priyanka Chopra together
Priyanka Chopra, the reel life MC Mary Kom, is ecstatic about the real life boxing champion's gold winning exploits in the women's flyweight category (48-51kg) at the 17th Asian Games on Wednesday. The actor said she is proud of her 'Shero'.
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BCCI should appoint Virat Kohli as Test captain: Azharuddin

Virat Kohli

Former India captain Mohammad Azharuddin on Wednesday said that BCCI should think of appointing young Virat Kohli as the Test captain after India's drubbing in the longest format in the recently concluded series in England.

New ICC amendments to be tested in upcoming Pak-Aus series

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The new playing conditions for Tests, one-day internationals (ODIs) and Twenty20 Internationals (T20Is) will come into effect with the series between Pakistan and Australia, which starts in Dubai on October 5.
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Brazil women clinch sixth Copa America

Brazilian women soccer
Brazil clinched their sixth women's Copa America title after a 0-0 draw with Colombia in the final football match of the tournament.

Messi reaches 400 goals, Neymar hits hat-trick

Lionel Messi
Lionel Messi grabbed his 400th career goal while Neymar smashed a hat-trick as Barcelona stormed back to the top of La Liga with a 6-0 thrashing of Granada.
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Djokovic, Sharapova win in China, as Wozniacki falls

Novak Djokovic

Novak Djokovic continued his 100% record at the China Open Wednesday as he overcame late resistance from Vasek Pospisil, while Maria Sharapova also won but Caroline Wozniacki crashed out.

Tennis gold continue to elude India - Saketh, Sanam get silver at Asiad

Sanam Singh
Sanam Singh could not add a second consecutive Asian Games gold medal to his kitty as he and Saketh Myneni settled for a silver after losing the hard-fought final in straight sets to Korea's Yongkyu Lim and Hyeon Chung, at Incheon on Monday.
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Sensex ends 62 points lower, RIL down by 1.96%

Bombay Stock Exchange

The BSE benchmark Sensex on Wednesday closed 62 points lower due to profit-booking ahead of long week-end amid reports that India's manufacturing sector in September expanded at the slowest pace in nine months.

Merc launches GLA Class in India at Rs. 32.75 lakh

Merc GLA-Class
German luxury carmaker Mercedes Benz on Tuesday launched its most affordable sports utility vehicle, the GLA class, at a starting price of Rs. 32.75 lakh, filling a big gap in its product portfolio.
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Big relief

In a landmark judgment, the Punjab and Haryana High Court has stripped the Council of Architecture of its powers to grant and withdraw approvals to institutes

Experts hail new JEE norms

entrance testCandidates aspiring to get admitted to the Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) had reason to cheer when the human resource development ministry and the IIT council decided to introduce a change in the eligibility criteria for JEE (Advanced) last week

Keep testing your strategy to ace CAT

hot dayThere are just about a few weeks left for the Common Admission Test (CAT). Aspirants should follow the learning, practising, analysing, strategising and revision model.
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Microsoft Devices launches new Lumia devices

Microsoft Devices Wednesday launched three new Windows smartphones Lumia 830 will be available in India from Oct 8 at Rs. 28,799, Lumia 730 will be available starting Oct 6 at Rs. 15,299 and Lumia 930 will be available from Oct 15 at Rs. 38,649.

Microsoft offers first look at 'Windows 10'

MicrosoftMicrosoft Corp announced its 'Windows 10' operating system on Tuesday to replace the largely unpopular Windows 8, skipping a number to mark a leap toward unifying the way people work on tablets, phones and traditional computers.

Retina display iMacs coming in October?

iMacThe latest rumors surrounding what Apple will or won't be announcing at its next media event are focused on its range of desktop computers.
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