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MP: Seven tiger cubs spotted in Satpura reserve

Seven tiger cubs have been spotted for the first time in Satpura Tiger Reserve which comprises parts of Madhya Pradesh's Hoshnagabad, Betul and Chhindwara districts.

Hamilton, Rosberg set for F1 title duel in Abu Dhabi Grand Prix

Lewis Hamilton targets the 2014 Formula One world title on Sunday despite starting the season-ending Abu Dhabi Grand Prix behind pole-sitting teammate Nico Rosberg, the only man who can deny him a second championship.

Air India says no to seat upgrade, more free baggage for MPs

Cash-strapped Air India hasexpressed inability to upgrade seats of MPs to business class or carry their extra baggage for free, especially in flights which have all upper class seats booked by paid passengers.

Missing the point: Congress could do with a bit of orchestration

Congress leaders have called Modi’s Swachch Bharat movement 'a photo op'. Instead of carping about it, the Congress itself could do with a bit of orchestration, writes HT editor-in-chief Sanjoy Narayan.

Bigg Boss 8: Salman Khan tells all about his 'kiss' of love with Shah Rukh

After the grand wedding of his sister Arpita Khan, Salman Khan was back at the Bigg Boss house. But what added fun to the proceedings was the fact that he had the newlyweds -- Arpita and her husband Aaayush Sharma -- in tow.

Happy Ending review: This Saif flick is a mixture of films it criticises

Happy Ending can hold your attention throughout its length except some not-so-necessary intimate scenes. There is enough in the story to provide you a good dose of entertainment, you just don’t need to expect too much.

Messi sets La Liga record of 253 goals as Barcelona thrash Sevilla

Barcelona forward Lionel Messi set a La Liga record of 253 goals when he grabbed a hat-trick in Saturday's 5-1 win at home to Sevilla, the latest milestone for the four-times World Player of the Year.

Ganguly and Laxman talk Indian cricket's golden past, WC future

Sourav Ganguly is cautiously optimistic about defending champions India reaching the 2015 World Cup final in Australia, while VVS Laxman goes a step ahead of his former skipper to forecast a back-to-back win.

Everything that I have achieved in life is because of America: Schwarzenegger

At the opening session of Day 2 of the HT Leadership Summit, Arnold spoke about bodybuilding and politics. Little did the audience know if Schwarzenegger’s parents had their way, The Terminator might never have seen the light of day.

Want to interview Prince William, Kate? Journos told to ditch jeans and dress up

According to a royal edict, journalists wishing to cover royal engagements should comply with the dress code on formal occasions. The guidelines warn that casually dressed members of the media will be turned away.

Guye Adola, Florence Kiplagat win Delhi Half Marathon

Ethiopian runner Guye Adola demolished the course record to emerge triumphant in the international elite men's category, while Florence Kiplagat led a Kenyan one-two finish in the women's event of the Delhi Half Marathon in the city on Sunday.

AAP’s drying chest: Kejriwal to host Rs. 20,000/plate dinner to fund party

Aam Aadmi Party leader Arvind Kejriwal will host diamond merchants, Bollywood artists and bankers for a ‘Rs 20,000 per plate’ dinner next week in Mumbai, kick-starting AAP’s fund-raising campaign for the upcoming assembly elections in Delhi.

Filing online PF withdrawal claims to be a reality in December

Retirement fund body EPFO will launch the online facility for submitting provident fund withdrawal claims in December, which would quicken such settlements and benefit its over five crore subscribers.

Chilling truth: Your fridge, AC are heating up the planet

The rise in incomes in India has nearly doubled the number of domestic refrigerators and air-conditioners in the country since 2000. This, in turn, has meant India has become one of the top producers of greenhouses gases in the world, along with the US and China.

Delhi Transport Authority asked to inquire into challan racket

A local court has directed the Delhi Transport Authority to initiate a probe into a challan racket running here, saying it helps errant drivers to escape the law by filing 'delayed' challans.

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