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Hindustan Times Saturday, September 20, 2014 | Last Updated 00:59 IST 

PM Modi says Indian Muslims will live and die for India; al Qaeda is delusional

Modi in Bhuj
In his first interview since he became Prime Minister, Narendra Modi tells CNN that Indian Muslims will live and die for India. They will not dance to the tune of al Qaeda and they will not want anything bad for India, he said.

HT Analysis
Warmth and achievements aside, India and China remain cautious

Xi's visit
Policymakers are grappling with the implications of Xi’s visit. While some are underwhelmed, others point to the achievements. But all agree that border troubles dampened the mood.

Will they, won’t they? BJP, Shiv Sena seat tussle continues

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The BJP and the Shiv Sena struggled on Friday to hammer out a seat-sharing agreement for next month’s Maharashtra assembly elections as speculation swirled of a possible split in one of India’s oldest political alliances.

JuD spins new Web with old tricks, opens sites from US server

JuD chief Hafiz Saeed
Recently when Jamat-ud-Dawa, the parent organisation of dreaded terrorist organisation Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) resurfaced in the World Wide Web and launched its websites, it came as a real shocker for the law enforcement authorities.

Scottish nationalist leader Salmond quits

CBI probing Chidambaram role in Aircel-Maxis deal

Delhi cop faces arrest for molesting rape victim

Poor monsoon pushes food output to 5-year-low

SC to CBI: Don’t file coal scam closure reports

Iranian youth behind 'Happy' video sentenced

Direct benefit transfer plan set for expansion

US nudge on WTO position continues

AAP accuses Jung of stopping them to send J-K aid

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No low tide for the Modi wave

Yogi Adityanath

The bypolls were not just a war between the BJP and other parties but also a battle between Modi and the party’s hardcore wing, writes Vir Sanghvi.

Our take
Britain gets credit for smooth handling of Scotland debate

Scotland votes
Both Scotland and the rest of the United Kingdom got a chance in recent days to focus minds on life in a balkanised Britain thanks to opinion polls that warned that the ‘Yes’ campaign was inching ahead, after trailing for months
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It's United Kingdon after all
My India My Vote
4 days to go - Mars Orbiter Mission
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!
Watch the actors travel from Ahmedabad to Jaipur and Agra to Delhi to promote Dawaat-e-Ishq

Movie Review by Anupama Chopra: Khoobsurat is pretty plain

Khoobsurat
Khoobsurat, the official remake of Hrishikesh Mukherjee’s 1980 hit about an effervescent girl who enters a strict household and teaches everyone how to laugh and live life to the fullest is sweet, benign and bland, writes Anupama Chopra

Psy's 'Gangnam style' kick-starts Asian Games in Incheon

Asian Games Opening
Pop sensation Psy brought the housedown 'Gangnam Style' as Incheon laid out the red carpet for over 13,000 competitors from 45 countries with an exhilarating opening ceremony to launch the 17th Asian Games at the main stadium at Incheon on Friday.

11-hr wait! Apple lovers queue up for iPhone 6

iPhone 6 queue
Customers around the US descended upon Apple stores to get their new iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus, that began retailing on Friday, unless they had pre-booked. The new phones hit markets in the US and eight other countries on September 19, costing $199, $299 and $399 for iPhone6. And iPhone 6 Plus starts at $299.

'The Maze Runner' successfully creates a nightmarish environment

The Maze Runner
Based on the novel of the same name by James Dashner, the sci-fi tinged tale is set in a devastated futuristic world. Graphics designer turned first-time feature filmmaker Wes Ball has done a commendable job in telescoping the story for the big screen, writes Rashid Irani.

Deepika Padukone: Do we focus on actor's crotch when he makes public appearance?

Deepika Padukone
In a well-written riposte to social commentators asking how 'cleavage row' is different from Bollywood's item numbers, Deepika Padukone has the last word as she asks for respect and dignity in real life. 

Condoms 'too small' for Uganda men, fight against AIDS has a new hurdle

Condoms
Ugandan MPs have been inundated with complaints that many condoms on sale in the east African nation are too small, warning the problem is a blow to the fight against AIDS.

Renowned Carnatic musician Mandolin Srinivas dies

U Srinivas
U Srinivas, 45, popularly known as 'Mandolin Srinivas', was a renowned mandolin player of Carnatic school of Indian classical music. He was being treated for a liver-related illness.

Movie review: Daawat-e-Ishq is a delicious invite you shouldn't say no to

Aditya Roy Kapur, Parineeti Chopra
Aditya Roy Kapoor will surprise you with his easy manners and understanding of script in his latest release. He is good, probably the best of the lot. Daawat-e-ishq is not a film to miss this weekend.
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CSK’s reason to shift offers food for thought

MS Dhoni
CSK moved to another five-star facility after Dhoni was angered by the hotel staff’s refusal to allow outside food, rumoured to be home-cooked Hyderabadi biryani from India teammate Ambati Rayudu’s residence.

CLT20: Williamson ton lifts Knights against Cobras, rain makes win easier

Kane Williamson
Northern Knights beat Cape Cobras by 33 runs under Duckworth-Lewis method in a rain-shortened Group B match in the Champions League Twenty20 at Raipur on Friday.
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Del Piero's first media interaction held in parking lot

Alessandro Del Piero
It wasn't a pleasant welcome for Italian football star Alessandro del Piero as his first official media interaction on Friday had to be held in a parking lot after his franchise Delhi Dynamos failed to find a proper place.

Sevilla sparkle as Europa League returns with goal glut

Cahill goal
Sevilla's love affair with the Europa League was immediately rekindled as last season's champions and three-times winners began this year's group stage with a 2-0 home victory over Feyenoord on Thursday.
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Two-time Grand Slam winner Li Na retires from tour

Li Na
Li Na, a two-time Grand Slam champion from China who took tennis in Asia to a new level, has retired due to recurring knee injuries.

Sania Mirza, Cara Black reach semis of Tokyo Open

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Defending champions Sania Mirza and Cara Black knocked out Martina Hingis and Belinda Bencic in straight sets to reach the semi-finals of the WTA Toray Pan Pacific Open in Tokyo.
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Alibaba shares surge more than 40% in Wall Street debut

Alibaba
In early trades after the record public share offering, Alibaba leapt from an opening price of $68 to nearly $100 and, while it dropped back, was still up some 38% at $94.08 after 10 minutes.

EARLY BIRDS

Apple faces smartwatch ambush

Apple Watch

From fashionable alert machines to Android gear and service-driven fitness trackers, a host of wrist-worn gizmos are ready to take on the expected Apple Watch when it lands in India.

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Finally spotlight on students’ safety

The Centre has called upon the apex body of higher education, the University Grants Commission (UGC), to frame guidelines to ensure safety of students in and off campuses across the country. These include special measures for women students, to fix accountability.

Here is how you can gear up for the CMAT

IIT studentsSurviving a few controversies over the last few years, the next edition of the Common Management Admission Test will be held from September 25-29, 2014.

At risk

paramedical training80% 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
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Is Facebook Messenger app tracking your privacy?

The new Facebook Messenger app, that has been downloaded over 500 million times on Android-based devices, may have spyware that keeps an eye on your chats and other information, claims an internet security specialist.

Apple locks itself out of devices with passwords

Apple iPhone 6Apple has tightened its technological security so not even the company can pry into a password-protected iPhone or iPad, a move meant to reassure the millions of people who are increasingly storing vital pieces of their lives on the devices.

Samsung to release 'Note 4' on October 17

SamsungSamsung announced Thursday that its eagerly-anticipated Note 4 "phablet" will be released on October 17. The Galaxy Note 4 delivers a refined Note experience, and the latest technology that consumers want in their smartphone.
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