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Whodunit: Removing HT market copies to win ‘morning challenge’?

As the strongest and the largest read newspaper of Delhi NCR, HT is used to facing challenges from various quarters. But, over the last few days, HT has been confronting a peculiar challenge: readers complaining about copies not reaching them.

We have to stand for Deepika Padukone: Shah Rukh Khan

Speaking at the music launch of Happy New Year, SRK said, "Whatever Deepika tweeted I do support and all the cast of HNY will support that. We don't have the guts to do what she has done but we support her. We all feel for her. We should not trivialise the issue."

For J-K cricketer Parvez Rasool, this productive bat was worth taking a risk

A lot has been lost in the surging waters of the Jhelum but Parvez Rasool, the first cricketer from Jammu and Kashmir to play for India, managed to save a prized possession, his cricket bat.

Countdown to Mars: Isro prepares for crucial Mangalyaan insertion

Before the Mangalyaan enters Mars on September 24, Isro scientists will have to endure nail-biting prelims on September 22, when the spacecraft enters the sphere of influence of Mars.

Man pleads for toilet to save marriage

Government officials in Ranchi’s outskirts are rushing to have a toilet built for a tribal man whose wife has threatened to divorce him unless he gets one constructed at their home.

Android One launched; Google enters the low-cost smartphone game

Google launched its much-awaited sub-$100 Android One smartphones on Monday. In India, they would be available through domestic cellphone makers Micromax, Karbonn and Spice. Prices for the Android One would start from Rs. 6,399.

Scottish referendum: Media caught in crossfire as D-day nears

The pro-independence campaign has accused the BBC of becoming the ‘British Biased Corporation’ for allegedly favouring the ‘No’ campaign that wants Scotland to remain the United Kingdom, a charge that spilled over to journalist groups and others.

Jharkhand: Three employees of residential school transferred for giving liquor to kids

The action followed an HT report -- ‘Govt school students given liquor, shown pornography’ -- published on Sept 14. The People’s Union for Civil Liberties (PUCL), a human right organization, in its fact finding report had made the revelation.

‘Murdered’ woman found alive with new boyfriend — and her husband is relieved

A Jharkhand man’s joy knew no bounds when he spotted his runaway wife enjoying a meal with her new boyfriend last week, relieved that he could now prove to his in-laws that she had not been murdered by him for dowry.

Hindu by birth, ‘sickular’ by choice

Be scared even if you are a Hindu on the moderate side, which for troll purposes comes under the ‘sickular’ brand name these days. You deal with the nameless, faceless fringe elements by ignoring them, but how do you escape when the same voices come from the mainstream.

YouTube to allow offline access in India on Android phones

YouTube users in India will soon be able to save videos from the Google-owned service, making it possible to watch them offline, and the feature will eventually be available globally, the company said Monday.

Bollywood actors, directors tweet support to Deepika Padukone

Deepika Padukone raised her voice against a 'news post' by an English daily on her 'cleavage'. From her Finding Fanny co-actor Arjun Kapoor to Ranveer Singh and many others, Bollywood extends support to the Finding fanny actor on Twitter.

General Motors confirms at least 19 dead in faulty-ignition crashes

General Motors acknowledged on Monday that more people died in crashes linked to its faulty ignitions than the 13 it originally reported, saying 19 death claims were approved for compensation.

J-K floods: Charity with swank is no charity, sooner we understand it, better it is

Like majority of the areas in the valley, we got no warning about the flood and while we waited for the water level to recede, no one from the government or any rescue team was found on ground, writes Gowhar Farooq.

Arnold Schwarzenegger arrives in Chennai for Tamil thriller I's audio launch

The audio launch of Vikram-starrer I will take place on Monday evening at the Jawaharlal Nehru Indoor Stadium, where the Terminator star will share the dais with Rajinikanth. AR Rahman is expected to perform all the songs from the album live.
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