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Times of India
Daily Newsletter | Sunday, August 14, 2016
India takes up NSG, Masood Azhar issues with China minister
The Chinese foreign minister did not come to discuss either NSG or Masood Azhar. He was, according to sources, more focused on getting India’s cooperation at the forthcoming multilateral summits like G-20, BRICS, East Asia Summit etc in the coming months.
No talks on Kashmir, India tells Pakistan
The statement is consistent with the tone of statements made over the past few days by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh. Both have stated categorically that any talks between India and Pakistan would only revolve around Pakistan-Occupied Kashmir (PoK).
Rio: Lalita, Sania-Bopanna keep India hopeful
The mixed doubles can still hope for a bronze medal, while Lalita Babar became the first Indian to qualify for the final of an athletics track event at the Olympics in 32 years.
Teacher's hubby held for bid to rape kid
A 54-year-old husband of a tuition teacher was arrested on Friday after he tried to rape a six-year-old girl who had come for tuition classes.
Man burnt alive as house catches fire
A 48-year-old man from Mandi Mohalla was burned alive after his house caught fire in the wee hours of Saturday.
Train heist: CB-CID cuts open 4sqft hole to recreate scene
The CB-CID personnel investigating the train heist of August 9 are recreating the event by piecing together the probable sequences.
6 must-have travel gadgets
There are some gadgets that are perfect companion and help us make our travel enjoyable. Here are some of the devices you can carry along to make your trip a pleasant experience.
10 Netflix tips you must know
Video streaming service Netflix has made enjoying your favorite movies and TV shows a hassle-free affair.
How to disable Control Panel in Windows
After following the procedure, whenever someone tries to access Control Panel, they’ll be greeted with an error message saying that the operation has been cancelled due to restrictions in effect on the computer.
Rio: Lalita Babar, Sania-Bopanna keep India hopeful
The mixed doubles can still hope for a bronze medal, while Lalita Babar became the first Indian to qualify for the final of an athletics track event at the Olympics in 32 years.
Rio live: Attri-Reddy bag consolation win
India's focus on day eight will be centered around tennis mixed doubles pair of Sania Mirza and Rohan Bopanna who are to take on the US pair of Venus Williams and Rajeev Ram in the semi-finals at the Rio Olympics.
3rd Test: India up 2-0 after West Indies capsize
Set a target of 346, West Indies were all out for 108 with Mohammed Shami taking 3/15 on day five.
Govt notifies revised tax treaty with Mauritius
The protocol amending the agreement between India and Mauritius, signed on August 24, 1982 for the avoidance of double taxation and the prevention of fiscal evasion with respect to taxes on income and capital gains and for the encouragement of mutual trade and investment, was signed at Mauritius on May 10, 2016.
Briton formally arrested over Bangladesh cafe carnage
Hasnat Karim, a 47-year-old Briton, had initially been detained along with Tahmid Khan, 22, a University of Toronto student, as a suspect in the attack, which was claimed by the Islamic State group.
Gold perks up on jewellers' buying; silver remains weak
Silver, however, remained under pressure and lost another Rs 350 to Rs 46,500 per kg. Traders said some buying by jewellers to meet festive season demand from retailers led to the recovery in gold prices.
PIC: Suhana-Aryan help AbRam in drawing
Gauri Khan posted a picture of her children AbRam, Suhana and Aryan engrossed in a ‘collective’ fine arts session.
64-year-old Cinematograph Act to be amended
It is said that the CBFC will now have a two-fold role. There will be a separate Monitoring Committee and Revising Committee, both of which will remain independent of each other.
Watch: Ranveer Singh grooves on a yacht in Switzerland
Ranveer Singh is always on a high, be it on the red carpet or at a party.
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