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[wanabidii] Top Headlines: Let Afghanistan trade with India or lose transit route: Ghani warns Pak

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Daily Newsletter | Sunday, September 11, 2016
Let Afghanistan trade with India or lose transit route: Ghani warns Pak
Afghan President Ashraf Ghani has warned to shut Pakistan's transit route to Central Asian countries if it does not allow Afghan traders to use Wagah border for trade with India, local media reported on Saturday.
Another sleaze scandal hits AAP in Delhi
Another sleaze scandal has rocked Delhi's ruling AAP, with a case of sexual harassment registered against its MLA Amanatullah Khan on a complaint by his sister-in-law, forcing him to quit as city's Waqf Board chairman.
Japan may cut price to ink aircraft deal with India
Japan is negotiating the sale of Shinmaywa US-2 search and rescue aircraft with New Delhi not for any economic gain, but because it considers India a friendly country, Tokyo has said amid reports that the deal had collapsed over pricing and technology transfer issues.
Medals that make the mark
Marathons may not be about winning medals, but it certainly helps when the medal is a winner.
The temper trap
Mornings pass in a blur of activity in Swati's* household.Getting two kids and four lunch boxes ready before she and her husband rush to work leaves her exhausted.Especially as her children dawdle over breakfast.
Earthquake hits Haryana, Delhi-NCR
The epicentre of the quake was near Jhajjar in Haryana, the India Meteorological Department(IMD) said in a tweet.
Zen Cinemax 3 review: Decent for an entry-level smartphone
Priced at Rs 5,499, Zen Cinemax 3 features a 5.5-inch touchscreen display with 480x854 pixels and is powered by 1.3GHz quad-core and 2GB of RAM.
10 cheapest Android smartphones with 4G VoLTE support
Here are 10 cheapest Android smartphones offering 4G VoLTE support.
Manohar working against Indian cricket: Thakur
BCCI president Anurag Thakur has lashed out at International Cricket Council (ICC) chairman Shashank Manohar for deserting a "sinking ship" when he was the board president and also accused him of working against the interest of the Indian cricket board.
First blood to Guardiola as City beat United 2-1
Pep Guardiola enjoyed victory over his old nemesis Jose Mourinho as his Manchester City side won 2-1 at Manchester United in Saturday's eagerly anticipated derby at Old Trafford.
Ranji play-offs could be played with pink ball: Rathore
The selectors have given thumbs up to the ongoing Duleep Trophy with the pink ball and talks are already on to organise another set of domestic competition under the lights.
Railways defends surge pricing, says it's flexi-pricing
The Railways has clarified that the recently introduced flexi-fare system on Rajdhani, Shatabdi and Duronto trains is only an experimental measure and is not surge pricing.The new system will affect less than 0.15 million passengers out of total 23 million passengers, it said.
Rajan took many steps to put banking system in right direction: Pranab Mukherjee
"Of course more than often you listen to NPAs of banking system, which is no doubt a matter of concern. And Governor of RBI who has just retired, Mr Rajan, took many appropriate steps to put the system in the right direction," he said at the centenary celebrations of Karur Vysya Bank here.
Wadias drawn into Enforcement Directorate’s Lalit Modi probe
The ED, which probes violations of foreign exchange transactions and anti-money laundering laws, has asked a Wadia Group firm to share all details pertaining to a chartered flight from Mumbai to Chandigarh in 2010.
Kangana Ranaut: Uphold real men as heroes, not bullies
Kangana Ranaut revisits the ordeal her sister Rangoli went through and shares her views on the landmark judgement.

Actors who have played siblings and lovers

Bollywood films often revolve around relationships. And our Bollywood actors are so good and convincing at their jobs that they can fit in each and every role they play.
India passes the acid test
While acid attack victim Reshma Qureshi took the fashion world by storm when she walked the ramp in New York this week, back in India, a special court sentenced the death penalty to Preeti Rathi’s attacker, reigniting the issue of such rampant incidents in the country.
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