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[wanabidii] Top Headlines: Rio Olympics: Sindhu, Srikanth keep India's hopes alive

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Rio Olympics: Sindhu, Srikanth keep India's hopes alive
On the tenth day of Rio Olympics, Indian shuttlers PV Sindhu and Kidambi Srikanth booked their quarterfinals berths to keep medal hopes alive on Monday, but boxer Vikas Krishan failed to assure a medal after losing his last-eight bout.
Rio live: Seema Punia in discus qualifying round
Steeplechaser Lalita Babar carries a billion Indian hopes to finally open the medal tally on the tenth day of the mage event in Rio.
Bloodiest I-Day in Jammu and Kashmir in 26 years
In the bloodiest Independence Day in the Jammu & Kashmir capital in the past 26 years, a CRPF commandant was killed in an encounter barely 5km from where Mehbooba Mufti gave her maiden August 15 speech as chief minister.
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Jamia V-C appeals to students to call off agitation
Jamia Millia Islamia vice chancellor, professor Talat Ahmad addressed a group of striking students and appealed to them to call off their strike assuring them that their interests would be safeguarded by the university "at all cost" on Monday evening.
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Meet 10 Indian-origin CEOs 'ruling' the technology industry
Indians have played a key role in the success of technology powerhouses globally.
New nano-material promises 2GB data speed per second
Researchers from KAUST in Saudi Arabia developed the new nanocrystalline material that rapidly makes white light out of blue light.
This tattoo can control your smartphone, computer
Researchers have created a temporary metallic tattoo that can be used to control your computer, smartphone and other connected devices.
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Rio: Sindhu, Srikanth keep India's hopes alive, Vikas exits
On the tenth day of Rio Olympics, Indian shuttlers PV Sindhu and Kidambi Srikanth booked their quarterfinals berths to keep medal hopes alive on Monday, but boxer Vikas Krishan failed to assure a medal after losing his last-eight bout.
Rio 2016: Vikas ousted, boxers sign off without medal
Former Asian Games gold-medallist Vikas Krishan (75kg) took a pounding from second seed Bektemir Melikuziev in the quarter-finals to bow out of the Olympic Games here, ending India's boxing challenge without a medal for the first time in eight years.
Rio live: Seema Punia in discus qualifying round
Steeplechaser Lalita Babar carries a billion Indian hopes to finally open the medal tally on the tenth day of the mage event in Rio.
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PM vows to ease tax woes of middle class
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday promised to ease the rules for middle-class taxpayers, while taking credit for this government removing various hurdles such as those related to refunds. "There is a class in the country, especially the middle class, the upper middle class, who is more troubled with income tax officials than the police. I have to change this situation, I am trying and I will change it," Modi said in his third Independence Day speech.
Cab, bus or metro, book a ride from same app
From buses and metros to the Olas and Ubers, our travel choices have increased dramatically over the past few years, and so has the ease of making these choices. A number of multi-modal transportation apps have emerged, including Trafi, Go Bengaluru, ZopHop, and YoRide, that combine transport modes including walking, cycling, buses, cabs, metro rail and autorickshaws to give you the best option of reaching your destination within a particular city.
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Ranbir Kapoor's movie date with Ayan Mukerji
It’s not uncommon for Ranbir Kapoor to catch a film at a local multiplex. Last Friday was no different.
'Working in B'wood is looked upon as a huge achievement in Pakistan'
Momal Sheikh states why she isn’t competing with Pakistani actors in Bollywood and how star kids face a tough time back home.
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