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Hindustan Times Friday, October 31, 2014 | Last Updated 11:00 IST 

Run for Unity: PM Modi mentions Indira Gandhi as he praises Sardar Patel

Narendra Modi
At the Run for Unity, an event aimed solely at hailing Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel’s legacy, Prime Minister Narendra Modi mentioned late Prime Minister Indira Gandhi on her martyrdom day.

Devendra Fadnavis takes CM oath today, sulking Sena to stay away

Devendra Fadnavis
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will attend the swearing-in of Devendra Fadnavis Friday as the 27th chief minister of Maharashtra, in a function which could be boycotted by former ally Shiv Sena

Will Congress ever be able to cast the taint off 1984 riots?

1984 anti-Sikh riots
The ghost of the anti-Sikh riots of 1984 comes to haunt the Congress at regular intervals since the role of some of its leaders in the communal violence is under the scanner of courts and various agencies.

Dhoom-2 style bank heist cracked, accused found dead in Sonipat

Bank tunnel
Police arrested three of the five accused in the Sonipat bank heist and recovered around 23 kg gold, silver ornaments and cash from them. But the alleged mastermind was found dead.

Sensex hits new record-high of 27,493.59

Trilokpuri: Police on the toes for ‘jagran’ today

Rahul Gandhi kicks off meetings to revive party

India joins global pact to stop tax evasion

Govt cuts costs: No first-class travel for babus

Bangalore: Another girl sexually assaulted in school

5 Indian fishermen sentenced to death in SL

Govt may allow opposition in Lokpal panel

Kerala HC upholds liquor ban, 700 bars to be shut

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Our Take
Centre should launch a ‘respect women’ campaign

Women from villages
The prescription for the protection of women never changes. It is routinely offensive, retrograde and humiliating and it comes from men who feel that women are responsible for sexual violence against them.

Rahul Gandhi has to lead his troops

Rahul Gandhi
The Congress has not reckoned with the kind of politician Narendra Modi is and it seems to be nursing the illusion that power is cyclical and eventually the wheel of political fortune will turn in its favour, writes Rajdeep Sardesai.
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Black money
chhath puja
Nasa rocket explosion in pictures
Anushka, Virat spotted together
Molten lava scare in Hawaii
Bigg Boss 8

Apple CEO Tim Cook's coming-out: Will it change workplace attitudes?

Apple CEO Tim Cook
Apple CEO Tim Cook's declaration that he's 'proud to be gay' could help change attitudes in workplaces across America, given Apple's immense reach and visibility.

Roar review: Novelty of the concept makes it an interesting film

Abhinav Shukla
Kamal Sadanah's debut directorial venture Roar can’t boast of big names and perfect acting skills but it can always show you something that you didn’t even know existed in India. Roar deserves your attention because it’s a smartly executed film.

In pics: A look back at 1984 anti-Sikh riots

1984 riots
The 1984 anti-Sikh riots are one of the worst massacres that Independent India has witnessed. Thousands of lives were lost, thousands were thrown out of their houses. Here are some photos that display the beastality that was unleashed in 1984.

Shah Rukh Khan reads film reviews only if they are funny

Shah Rukh Khan
Speaking at an event to celebrate the success of his latest movie Happy New Year, Shah Rukh Khan confessed that he reads film reviews only if they are funny. Mostly, he just stays away from them, the King Khan added.

New York woman who was harassed 100 times in 10 hours gets rape threats

NYC woman who was harrased on streets in an interview
A video of a woman being harassed over 100 times in ten hours on the streets of New York has gone viral. The actor, Roberts, who secretly recorded the video with her friend, now talks about her experience.

Chhath devotees scare away Okhla birds

Chhath puja
Blaring music, booming crackers, heaps and heaps of plastic and leftover offerings, the Okhla Bird Sanctuary, an eco-sensitive zone, was an invaded territory early Thursday as hundreds of devotees crowded the lake-side to perform Chhath rituals.

'Rumble in the Jungle' ring stolen as fans mark anniversary

Officials in Kinshasa have revealed the ring used for 'The Rumble in the Jungle' has been stolen as boxing fans Thursday marked 40 years since one of the most famous and brutal bouts in the sport's history.

Pankaj Advani clinches World Billiards title, bags 3 Grand Doubles

Asian Games 2010
India's most celebrated cueist Pankaj Advani clinched the World Billiards Championship (time format) title to bag a record 12th world crown and also complete a rare 'Grand Double' post his third win in both the long and short formats in the same year.

Fit-again Rohit Sharma, Pandey hit tons in India A's win over Sri Lanka

Rohit Sharma
Rohit Sharma and Manish Pandey slammed centuries as India A registered a comfortable win over Sri Lanka in a warm-up match for the visitors ahead of their ODI series against India in Mumbai.

West Indies to extend olive branch to India before ICC meeting

West Indies' abrupt withdrawal from their tour of India led to the BCCI deciding in its emergent working committee in Chennai to suspend the two teams' cricketing ties.
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Real Madrid and Spain legend Raul joins New York Cosmos

Raul Gonzalez
Spanish striker Raul, Real Madrid's all-time leading goal-scorer, has signed for the New York Cosmos, the club announced on Thursday.

ISL: Kerala Blasters FC down FC Pune City, register first win

Overcoming a one-goal deficit, Kerala Blasters FC edged past FC Pune City 2-1 to register their first win in the Indian Super League (ISL) at the Shree Shiv Chhatrapati Sports Complex Stadium in Pune on Thursday.
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IPTL tickets to come out tomorrow, to cost between Rs. 3240 to Rs. 49,680

Australian Open
The minimum cost of the three-day ticket to watch top stars, including Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic, in action during the International Premier Tennis League (IPTL) has been fixed at Rs. 3,240 while the most costly ones are available at Rs. 49,680.

Commitment to my country should not be questioned: Leander Paes

Leander Paes
A move by the sports ministry to target India's top tennis pros who played on the ATP circuit instead of the Asian Games has left Leander Paes shocked.
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Sensex hits new record-high of 27,493.59

Stock markets
The BSE Sensex and the NSE Nifty soared to hit new all-time highs of 27,493.59 and 8,214.65 points, respectively, in opening trade on Friday on sustained fund inflows, driven by a slew of economic reforms announced by the government.

NTPC set to become a coal behemoth in 5 years

In line with the government’s plans to boost domestic output of coal, India’s largest thermal power producer, NTPC Ltd, could soon become one of the major coal-producers of the country.
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Triumph Thunderbird LT reviewed

Triumph Thunderbird LT reviewedThe LT in the name may stand for ‘Light Tourer’, but this bike is a full size, 2.5-metre long, 380kg heavyweight even in the world of oversized cruisers.

Mercedes Benz GLA 200 CDI first drive

Mercedes-Benz's GLA 200 India reviewWhile Mercedes' compact SUV, the GLA is pretty impressive in its petrol form, it's the diesel version that Indian buyers are more curious about. Here's what we think about the GLA 200 CDI
NSUI Activist

Netagiri: student style

Student leaders have their hands full working on issues affecting college communities and campaigning for women’s safety, hostel accommodation and infrastructure.

Earn 20,000 pounds a year

Cardiff universityThe union has a democratic set up. It is run by a team of full time members – president, vice presidents welfare, sports, education, health park and societies, respectively. These are sabbatical officers who have taken a year off and are paid for the services they render. All office holders get a salary of around 20,000 pounds a year

Focus on your strengths

CATWhile the earlier stages of CAT preparations were about ­building up of fundamentals, the next stage ensures accuracy with speed
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Best apps for video shooting and editing

Talk about cell phone cameras and apps, and so far, the discussion has mostly been about photographs. But cutting-edge smartphones and apps aren't just focussing on images. Videos are the next big thing. Don't just use your phone to shoot selfies; record and edit videos like a pro.

Truecaller launches mobile app for outgoing calls

Truecaller, a collaborative phone directoryPhone directory application Truecaller on Wednesday launched a new app, Truedialer, which will offer users details of a person before the outgoing call is connected.

Microsoft launches wearable fitness device for $199

MicrosoftMicrosoft Corp launched a device called 'Microsoft Band' that will allow users to monitor their fitness and exercise regime, marking the world's largest software company's debut into the wearable technology market.
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