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Hindustantimes.com  New Delhi, September 18, 2013
First Published: 15:27 IST(18/9/2013) | Last Updated: 15:34 IST(18/9/2013)

After quitting the cushy Infosys job to build the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI), Nandan Nilekani may open yet another chapter in his career - this time, in electoral politics; speculations were rife that the two-Test series against the West Indies could be the swan song for Sachin Tendulkar, but chief selector Sandeep Patil today said he has not discussed with the senior cricketer about his future plans for close to a year; in a first in India, a surgeon operated upon two persons wearing a pair of Google Glass, allowing people across the globe to see the procedure live; the new iOS 7 does have several functional improvements, but those take time to stumble upon. These were some of the most read stories on the site. Read more:

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Congress may field Nandan Nilekani in 2014 polls
After quitting the cushy Infosys job to build the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI), Nandan Nilekani may open yet another chapter in his career - this time, in electoral politics.

Haven't dicussed Sachin's future, met him in 10 months: Patil
Speculations were rife that the two-Test series against the West Indies could be the swan song for Sachin Tendulkar, but chief selector Sandeep Patil today said he has not discussed with the senior cricketer about his future plans for close to a year.

First in India: doctor uses Google Glass in surgery, allows world to see procedure live
In a first in India, a surgeon operated upon two persons wearing a pair of Google Glass, allowing people across the globe to see the procedure live.

Review: does it make sense to upgrade to iOS 7 on your Apple iPhone or iPad?
The new software does have several functional improvements, but those take time to stumble upon. The good news is that even if you never discover them, you can still use your device the way you did before.


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