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Times of India
Daily Newsletter | Tuesday, August 09, 2016
GST will make 'kuchcha' bills a thing of the past: PM Modi
Implementation of a goods and services tax will end “tax terrorism", incentivise traders to maintain clean accounts, make “kuchcha bills" (informal bills) a thing of the past and empower the customer, PM Narendra Modi said on Monday.
We are with PM Modi: RSS tells Parivar
For the second time in as many days, RSS has condemned violence against Dalits by cow vigilante groups. The statement follows Prime Minister Narendra Modi's remarks against cow vigilantism this weekend, including that the majority of gau rakshaks were anti-social elements.
Rio live: Japan clinch gold in men's gymnastics
Rupinder Pal Singh shot the equaliser for India in the second quarter against Germany.
Why 9-yr-old fluorosis patient can't get Aadhar
A nine-year-old boy suffering from juvenile skeletal fluorosis in a remote village of Jhabua district has found that the disease has made it difficult for him to get an Aadhar card.
Bored of homework, kids flee homes
Two 13-year-old kids ran away from a city-based high school and boarded a south-bound train vowing not to return home. They did this to get rid of pressure of daily homework at schools and tuitions, railway protection force (RPF) sources said.
3 men attack passenger, jump off train, get hurt
Three men who approached Government Railway Police (GRP), complaining of being pushed out by passengers on the Unchahar Express, themselves landed in trouble when GRP investigators discovered that the complainants had themselves attacked a passenger on the train.
Samsung SUHD 4K Curved Smart TV KS9000 review: Your personal cinema hall
We reviewed the 65-inch Samsung SUHD 4K Curved Smart TV KS9000 priced at Rs Rs 4,40,900 to see what it has to offer.
10 best engineering colleges of India
Six cities in India are set to get new IITs. The Parliament passed a law in this regard last week.
Almost 1 billion Android smartphones affected by security flaw in Qualcomm processors: Report
Hackers can trigger any of these four vulnerabilities using a malicious app. “Such an app would require no special permissions to take advantage of these vulnerabilities, alleviating any suspicion users may have when installing,” adds the post.
Heartbreak for Abhinav Bindra, men's hockey team
Gagan Narang, Mananvjit Sandhu and Kynan Chenai stumbled in shooting, India's swimmers didn't make a splash and Laxmirani Majhi exited the Games.
Rio live: Japan clinch gold in men's gymnastics
Rupinder Pal Singh shot the equaliser for India in the second quarter against Germany.
Great Britain beat India 3-0 in women's hockey
India women hockey team came short against Great Britain as they lost their second Pool B match 0-3 at the Olympic Hockey Centre on Monday.
Biggest spectrum sale from Sept 29, govt eyes Rs 5.6L cr
The government will conduct the country's biggest spectrum sale from September 29 as mobile frequencies will be sold across seven bands.
India's home to Accenture's 37% staff
The buzzword in IT today is "digital", encompassing areas like analytics, big data, mobility, internet-of-things and new-age marketing channels.
Jaguar is fastest growing car brand in US
The memo that the US car market is finally slowing down apparently didn't make it to Coventry, England.
Salman not doing a special song in ‘Shivaay’
While Ajay Devgn's next directorial, Shivaay’s much-awaited trailer left the eager moviegoers stunned, the speculations over Salman Khan doing a special number for the film have been put to rest at the trailer launch of the film.
Krishna Raj Kapoor hospitalised
She has been admitted for age-related health issues.
Salman: I am friends with actors, birds and animals
"I have a lot of friends in the industry, both male and female, birds, animals, all. Whose name should I take? All are my friends here," said Salman.
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