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Meet Rambo from Indore who is in the race for Cutest Indian Dog Alive

After scanning through hundreds of photographs of lovable Indian ‘community dogs’ and learning about their rescue stories, Rambo of Indore has made it to the finals of People for Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) third annual Cutest Indian Dog Alive contest.

As D-Day nears, here are five things you need to know about India's Mars Mission

India's ambitious Mars Orbiter Mission, scheduled to enter the orbit of the Red Planet on September 24, is in the 'pink of health' and sending vital information from 211 million km away after covering 95% of its journey, ISRO said on Saturday. Full Coverage: From India to Mars

Teaser review: Vikram's part-Werewolf, part-Hunchback avatar in I will stun you

There's no mistaking the technical superiority of ace director Shankar's forthcoming film I. The bigger question is: Is the Indian audience evolved enough to relate to a character inspired by western folklore?

Hindu activists thrash MP university VC over appeal to help J-K students

Vikram University vice chancellor Prof Jawaharlal Kaul was admitted to Sanjeevani Hospital after members of the Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) and Bajarang Dal manhandled him at his office in Ujjain on Monday. The mob also vandalised his office.

Music review: Happy New Year's music is trendy and young at heart

The album has 8 originals, and one instrumental, remix and a medley each. At a total run time of 42 minutes 19 seconds, it is lengthy by any standard, but then we are talking about Hindi films which prefer melodrama over anything else.

Dream Delhi home: A sneak peek into new DDA flats

The DDA 2014 housing scheme has 25,034 flats on offer, most of which are one bedroom flats.HT shows some of the apartments on offer, including those in Rohini sector 34 and 35 and Dwarka sector 23-B, which have the highest conventration of flats.

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.

So what about Bollywood itself, Deepika?

The 'cleavage news post' on Deepika was deplorable and her reaction commendable. But can we blame only the ‘journalists’ (if only the writer of that ‘news item’ could be called one) or ‘the media’ as the biggest villains for commodifying a woman’s body?

100 million people saved from hunger over last decade: UN

The UN's food agencies said the global number was down over 200 million since the early 1990s, but warned that despite the progress made, 'about 805 million people in the world, or one in nine, suffer from hunger.'

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.

Ranchi: 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.

India-China ties: Crouching dragon, hidden tiger

India and China are unlikely to play up differences over their disputed border and will instead focus on boosting economic ties to give a new direction to relations between two of Asia's largest economies during Chinese President Xi Jinping's visit beginning Wednesday. Here's a look at the highs and lows in ties between the neighbours.

Delhi: To protect mother, 14-yr-old stabs drunk father to death

A 14-year-old boy, who was apprehended later, confessed to have stabbed his father, an auto-rickshaw driver. He allegedly told the police that had he not intervened, his father would have strangled his mother.

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.

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.
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