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Hindustan Times  New Delhi, August 31, 2013
First Published: 18:14 IST(31/8/2013) | Last Updated: 18:23 IST(31/8/2013)

India’s economic growth rate sank to a nearly four-year-low of 4.4% in April-June this year from 4.8% in the previous quarter; Pope Francis has broken protocol once again, appearing with a puzzled look on his face in a "selfie" photo taken with a group of teenagers visiting the Vatican; Sindhuja Rajamaran is the youngest CEO in India at the age of 14; and Haji Ghulam Rasool Dar’s frail 110-year-old frame hides an indomitable spirit that has helped him beat back stomach cancer. These were some of the most read stories on the site. Read more:

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Economic growth rate sinks to new low: why you should worry
India’s economic growth rate sank to a nearly four-year-low of 4.4% in April-June this year from 4.8% in the previous quarter, proving fears of a widespread slowdown with factories producing less, companies offering fewer jobs and prices remaining high. HT on why you should worry. Read more:

Pope's first 'selfie' goes viral on Facebook
Pope Francis has broken protocol once again, appearing with a puzzled look on his face in a "selfie" photo taken with a group of teenagers visiting the Vatican. The picture appeared on the Facebook page of one of the youngsters, who used it as his profile picture, and was going viral on social media on Saturday. Read more:

India's youngest CEO's message to youth: pursue your dream with sincerity
Meet 17-year-old, Sindhuja Rajamaran, a Tamilian who became the youngest CEO at the age of 14 in India. When girls of her age would go to school, study at home and spend time on social networking sites, she would be seen working from 9am to 6pm, busy taking meetings with colleagues, taking tough decisions to raise the profitability of her company, of a Chennai-based animation company called Seppan. Read more:

110-yr-old undergoes cancer surgery in Delhi, raring to go home
Haji Ghulam Rasool Dar’s frail 110-year-old frame hides an indomitable spirit that has helped him beat back stomach cancer which, along with the cancers of the oesophagus and colon, is the most common form of the disease in Kashmir. Read more:

 


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