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Hindustan Times Saturday, July 26, 2014 | Last Updated 22:33 IST 

Police issue guidelines for Bangalore schools after six-year-old's rape

Bangalore child rape protest
In the fallout of alleged rape ofa six-year old girl at a public school that triggered public outrage, police on Saturday issued tough guidelines to schools in Bangalore for safety of children and warned of prosecution in the event of its non-compliance.

AG view on LoP issue given to 'please political masters', says Congress

Congress
Congress on Saturday hit back at AG Mukul Rohatgi for opining that the party had no claim to the post of the LoP in Lok Sabha and alleged that his view on the matter was aimed at 'pleasing the political masters'.

Western UP on boil: Saharanpur violence toll mounts to 3, curfew on

Saharanpur, clash
Curfew was imposed and shoot-on-sight orders issued in the town, nearly 170 km from Delhi and 560 km from state capital Lucknow, following the outbreak of violence in which mobs set nearly two dozen shops and a dozen vehicles on fire.

Ranchi hospital employee strips, gags girl; films video

Rape
A hospital employee allegedly forced a girl into a room of Rajendra Institute of Medical Sciences, stripped her naked, tied her legs, put a gag in her mouth and then filmed her in this condition on Saturday.

Israel agrees to extend Gaza war truce by 4 hours

Akal Takht intervenes: Sikh conventions called off

PM throws open governance to people online

Jurists back govt’s move to scrap collegium system

NSUI stage dharna against CSAT at Jantar Mantar

Congress leaders detained on way to Moradabad

Air Algerie crash: Experts to begin 'difficult' probe

Rajasthan teacher held for 'sodomising' students

US evacuates embassy in Libya amid fierce clashes

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Our take
Budget shows that pro-business can also be pro-poor

Arun Jaitley
Arun Jaitley’s remarks that a pro-business government can also be pro-poor put things in the right perspective. Under the UPA, business had come to acquire negative connotations.

Kargil Vijay Diwas must be commemorated, not politicised

Kargil war
In commemorating Kargil Vijay Diwas with the solemnity and honour it deserves, the Narendra Modi government will not only be correcting a wrong, it will also draw attention to the unfinished agenda for those who have served and serve in our armed forces, writes Rajeev Chandrasekhar.
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CWG 2014: Day 3 LIVE Chandela, Paul give India gold and silver in 10m air rifle

Apurvi Chandela, Ayonika Paul

Young Rajasthan girl Apurvi Chandela got India its second gold from the shooting range winning the 10m Air Rifle event at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow on Saturday as compatriot Ayonika Paul boosted the medal tally with a silver.

India threatens to derail WTO deal, puts food security rider; US angry

WTO

India blocked an agreement on new global customs rules on Thursday, angering fellow members of the World Trade Organization who say Delhi's veto could be costly, economically and politically.

Cribbed about Delhi CWG? Look at what Indian athletes are being fed in Glasgow

WTO
The quality of food provided to athletes during the ongoing Commonwealth Games at Glasgow has been criticised by Raj Singh, chef de mission of the 215-member strong Team India, who feel the fare was better at the 2012 Olympic Games in London.

This Week's Top Videos

Fifty Shades of Grey

The worldwide trailer release of Fifty Shades of Grey on Wednesday almost brought the Internet down. Watch that and more here in our selection of the best videos this week.

Movie review by Anupama Chopra: Salman Khan's Kick is all charisma, zero craft

Kick
The first thing you should know about Kick is that it is an outrageously silly film. It lurches from a thwarted love story to infantile comedy to slick action to shamelessly manipulative melodrama without any attempt at coherence or consistency, writes Anupama Chopra.

E-nabling
6-year-old boy gets prosthetic arm and hand from 3-D printer for just $350

3 d printer, prosthetics
"I'm going to open things, climb trees and do all that other stuff that everybody does," said Pring, a resident of Groveland, outside of Orlando, who was able to give his mother his first two-armed hug.

Congressman mistook Obama officials for Indians

india us flag
A Republican congressman mistook two senior Obama administration officials testifying at a House of Representative hearing on relations with India, for Indians.

UK to adopt Indian-origin expert’s breast cancer treatment

Jayant Vaidya
A pioneering breast cancer treatment developed by noted Indian-origin expert Jayant Vaidya is to be adopted and offered to patients by Britain’s National Health Service (NHS), providing relief to thousands of patients from gruelling post-operation radiotherapy.
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Cook is still captain because of ECB politics: Pietersen

England's Kevin Pietersen
Alastair Cook has managed to hold onto England captaincy solely because of 'politics', says batsman Pietersen and insists that the disaster which the skipper is enduring in the series against India is something that he would not wish even for his worst enemy.

All eyes on Ishant as India aim to dish out more chin music

Ishant Sharma
In Friday's nets, lanky India pacer Ishant Sharma was testing out his new-found confidence as a bowler with a lethal bouncer on his teammates.
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Didier Drogba returns to Chelsea on one-year deal

Didier Drogba
Didier Drogba completed a remarkable return to Chelsea on Friday, signing a one-year deal to rejoin the club where he wrote his name into the record books and spearheaded the most successful period in their history.

Neymar's brain on auto-pilot while dribbling: Japan neurologists

Neymar
Brazilian superstar Neymar's brain activity while dancing past opponents is less than 10% the level of amateur players, suggesting he plays as if on auto-pilot, according to Japanese neurologists.
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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.

Top seed Cirstea falls, Svitolina advances in Baku

Sorana Cirstea
Top-seeded Sorana Cirstea of Romania took a 6-1, 6-1, 50-minute beating from Stefanie Voegele of Switzerland in the Baku Cup second round on Thursday.
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Amazon's far-reaching ambitions, lack of profits, unnerve investors

Amazon
Amazon.com Inc's message to investors has always been clear: trust in founder and CEO Jeff Bezos. But after more than a year of mostly disappointing quarterly results, that faith is being tested.

WEEKLY MARKET REVIEW
Market extends record-breaking run, Sensex zooms 2%; IT shines

Bombay Stock Exchange

The market continued its north-bound journey for the second straight week, propelling both the key indices, Sensex and Nifty, to new peaks on buying in IT, tech, FMCG and pharma counters on uninterrupted foreign fund inflows and some robust Q1 earnings.

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5 exercises big on hype, but completely useless

slim Think if you exercise, it would definitely help you lose weight? Sadly, that's not always the case. Not all exercises are made equal, and some are literally useless when it comes to burning calories. We give you five such popular routines that do nothing for you. Read carefully.
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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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Millennium Vogue

Celkon launches 'slimmest' smartphone at Rs. 7,999

City-based mobile manufacturer Celkon Mobiles on Friday unveiled 'Millennium Vogue Q455' priced at Rs. 7,999, saying this is the slimmest smartphone in the country.

Apple iPhones allow extraction of personal data, text messages, researcher finds

iPhone 4Users are not notified that the services are running and cannot disable them, researcher Zdziarski said. There is no way for iPhone users to know what computers have previously been granted trusted status via the backup process or block future connections.

India records highest social networking growth: Study

InternetMore Indians are logging into Facebook and Twitter accounts, as evident from a record growth of 37 % in social networking during 2013, according to a study by eMarketer.
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