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[wanabidii] Top Headlines: US dossier bares Pakistan's role in Pathankot terror attack

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Daily Newsletter | Saturday, July 30, 2016
US dossier bares Pakistan's role in Pathankot terror attack
In a boost to India's probe against Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Muhammed handlers in the attack on the Pathankot IAF base, the US has handed over evidence, comp- rising over 1,000 pages of chats and conversations between handler Kashif Jaan and the four fidayeen who were eventually killed, to the NIA.
Blame game over Gurujam nightmare
After 9 days on the run, cops nab Dayashankar
Uttar Pradesh BJP’s sacked vice president Dayashankar Singh was arrested in Buxar, 150km from Patna in neighbouring Bihar, on Friday afternoon, for his offensive comments against BSP chief Mayawati on July 19.
Lakes flow into homes as rain pelts Bengaluru
Residents of densely populated pockets in the IT hub in south and south-east Bengaluru woke up to find their homes marooned on Friday.The heaviest rain in four nights flooded houses and roads.
Possession of Adarsh Building handed over to Centre
The controversial 31-storied Adarsh building was formally handed over to the Central government on Friday, in keeping with the July 22 order of the Supreme Court.
Techie's tweet to Maneka results in the rescue of vagrant woman
Subhadip Mukherjee, a technical consultant with an IT major was deeply moved by the sight of the semi clothed woman who was found sitting in front of a park in the sector V Kolkata’s IT hub. He took the digital route to seek help for the woman. On July 20 Mukherjee took a photograph of the woman and posted it on Maneka Gandhi’s tweeter page seeking help in rescuing the woman.
20 difficult questions asked in Google interviews
Ranked among the world's 'best workplaces' year after year, Google is also one of the toughest companies to get into. We've compiled a list of some of the most difficult questions asked during job interviews at Google for a variety of job profiles.
Facebook CFO calls India one of the most promising markets globally
Facebook provided more evidence on Wednesday that it can turn eyeballs into profit as the maker of the world's most popular app and social website trounced Wall Street's estimates, sending its shares to an all-time high.
Samsung extends lead in smartphone market, as Apple's share falls
Samsung extended its lead in the global smartphone market over Apple in the second quarter, gaining from the launch of its updated flagship handsets, surveys showed Thursday.
2nd Test: Battle of pace in the offing in Jamaica
The ball was bouncing when Indian batsmen faced some net bowlers on a pitch next to the playing surface. It seems that there would be good bounce, at least for the first two-three days, quite like Antigua.
No clarity on Narsingh's dope case verdict date
A day after Narsingh Yadav's dope scandal hearing got over, there was no clarity on Friday over when the NADA's Anti-Doping Disciplinary Penal will announce its final verdict, which will decide the wrestler's Rio Olympics fate.
Know your Rio Olympics athlete: Abhinav Bindra
At the 2008 Beijing Olympics, Abhinav Bindra made history by winning a gold medal in the 10 metre Air Rifle event and ended India's excruciating wait for an individual gold medalist at the Summer Games.
ICICI Bank profit falls as bad loan provisions surge
ICICI Bank Ltd reported first-quarter profit loss of about 25 per cent as its provisions for bad loans more than doubled. Standalone net profit fell to Rs 22.32 billion for its fiscal first quarter to June 30, from Rs 29.76 billion a year earlier.
US economy grows at modest 1.2% in second quarter
The US economy grew more slowly than expected in the second quarter of 2016, rising a modest 1.2%, according to an advance estimate released on Friday by the Commerce Department. The department also revised first-quarter growth estimates for GDP downward to 0.8 per cent from 1.1 per cent.
WATCH: 'Dishoom' public review
Varun Dhawan, John Abraham and Jacqueline Fernandez’s ‘Dishoom’ is finally in the theatres.
Confirmed: Sonakshi to be a part of Dabangg 3
Here's some good news for the fans of the blockbuster 'Dabangg' franchise and people who have been waiting to see Salman Khan and Sonakshi Sinha together once again on the 70MM screen.
'I started the no-kissing clause'
With true-blue Pakistani stars like Fawad Khan making a mark in Bollywood today, it won’t be wrong to say that Ali Zafar was among the first to make his presence felt as an actor, in the true sense of the term.
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